The Makeup Revolution ‘All about Bronze’ Palette

Hello hello beauty blogging world. I thought I would reignite the review roll with products I just have to tell you guys about! I admit I am a contouring junkie. I don’t like to follow trends, hell I do my best to go the total opposite way but contouring has stolen my heart and refuses to let go. Even though know people are being re-diverted into the strobing craze I still am just as obsessed with contouring and continue to try more and more products. So be on the lookout cause I don’t intend to give up on trying more stuff, particularly drugstore contouring products since every drugstore brand seems to be coming out with a contour related product.
Tangent off aside, how about I actually get on with the review.
Does it work for fair skin?: I feel like this palette is designed and caters for fair skin. None of the shades are extremely dark but fair skinned individuals can still get a pretty noticeable contour, if you have a medium skin tone-ish, this will be a very natural palette for them.
Is it blendable?: yes! It isn’t chalky or too difficult to blend out
Is it easy to use?: Very much so. It isn’t annoyingly pigmented to the point where stuffing up is inevitable and the colors aren’t dark to the point where if you were to stuff up you can’t fix it up. This is great for beginners as any mishaps won’t be a disaster
Natural or full on?: Pretty noticeable for fair skin individuals, natural for medium skin tones. Two of the shades are not matte. These ones are the marbleized and you’ll easily be able to spot them in the palette.
Packaging: There aren’t any major issues with packaging. In the beginning it is a bit tricky to open but that isn’t a lingering issue. If you do have other blush palettes from makeup revolution that is where the packaging begins to become annoying as the packaging among all of them looks identical and you actually have to flip to the back to see which one you are dealing with. So I do wish each of the palette packaging was a bit more distinctive.
Does it last a good amount of time?: longevity is pretty average. I wouldn’t call this super long lasting but it doesn’t fade away too quickly either.
Contour on fleek?: It’s quite easy to get a contour on fleek with this baby. I’m always happy with the results when I use it.
Price: $12.60 AUD so so affordable and worth the price
Availability?: on the Makeup revolution site. UK peeps can probably find this in store.
Shade range?: There isn’t other shade options with this palette. What you see is what you get!
Who would love it?: fair skinned individuals who are struggling to find a contouring product that works for them. Medium skin toned people who are looking for a natural contour, anyone who loves drugstore contouring products.
Who wouldn’t love it?: peeps who are looking for a crazy contouring product. People who only use completely cool toned bronzers
Rating: 9.5 / 10.
Would I repurchase it?: Hell yes! I have a backup so ya’ll know it’s good.
Overall thoughts?: This is a really great contouring palette. Easy to use, minimal fuss. There aren’t many contouring products out there that cater for fair skinned individuals so this is a life saver. I also really love this palette for eye shadow, neutral shades hello what more could you ask for. This is definitely has left an impression with me among all the contouring knick knacks I have acquired. I really recommend you guys should check it out.


That’s it for the review peeps and peepettes. Who else without shame loves contouring? Who has had enough of it? Comment down below. I shall see you guys in the next post.

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  1. The Sunday Mode

    December 2, 2015 at 11:31 pm

    I'm very fair skinned so I feel like this would work really well for me. I do love a good highlighter but I can't get enough of the sculpted look either!

  2. Miss Jaded Blogster

    December 3, 2015 at 4:54 am

    Yes you definitely need this in your life! It's perfect for if you want a very noticeable contour but it actually works with fair skin, a lot of contour products for fair skin are too natural.

  3. Jacquard Flower

    December 12, 2015 at 10:48 am

    Love the look of the palette. There are some great shades. Gemma xx

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