Its 7:36 am on Easter Saturday and I’m awake writing this this little post with a hot cup of tea. I feel more productive in the mornings, especially now that it is getting a lot lighter and brighter in the mornings.
In the spirit of all things Easter I wanted to do a re-cap of one of my favourite palettes at the moment – The Makeup Revolution Chocolate Palette in Pink Fizz.
Im pretty sure I have already featured this in my blog but in the spirit of all things chocolatey, I wanted to show you beauties again!
Very suitable for the time of year I know, but this palette has always been my go to product. The colour range is beautiful and it just screams pastels, shimmers and glitters.
So here are the beautiful shades and SUCH beautiful names to go with them! I have to say, I have used a lot of Makeup Revolution products and ALL of them have been so pigmented, amazing quality and long lasting.
This one is no exception.
Can we just talk about the packaging? Its very much like the Two-Faced Chocolate Bar, but I think I prefer this one if I’m honest! It also come with a signature sweet chocolate scent which makes me hungry whenever I apply….
So here is a closer view of the colours, as I said before, loads of shimmery shades that are ideal for Spring and mostly pastels. I have highlighted three of my favourite shades, the first is on the top row and its called ‘Sparkling‘. When I swatched it, I fell in love. Its a pretty beige champagne colour and would look amazing as a highlight shade on the lids and inner corner.
The second shade is on the second row and it is called ‘Bubbles‘. Again, another highlight shade and its a gorgeous highly pigmented creamy white shade.
Lastly, we have ‘Pink Fizz‘ on the third row. This is a good all rounder that would look incredible on its own or as a crease shade. The great thing about this palette is that it can be used every day and dressed up for the night as well.
It is such a great price too, only £7.99.
Check it out HERE.
Have you guys tried this palette or any of the other Chocolate Palettes?
Let me know what you think!
Can you keep a secret?
Keep an eye out later for another post, featuring a tutorial with a POP of colour!
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Speak to you guys soon,