Hey there! so first up, yes my picture is a bit different, i really want to up my photo game so i hope you enjoy! Anyway ive just finished 2 weeks were i told myself i couldnt buy anything i didnt need, and i did exactly that (well, ok almost). Anyway, that ended this tuesday and well….by 2am tuesday morning i had placed this order!
i knew that as soon as i could i would be getting some bits from the revolution halloween range, i tend to buy everything from the halloween range every year. I choose not to do that this year, the lipsticks while they looked pretty i had all the colours from revolution already, i already have there past 2 SFX palettes that i barely use and the lighter palette i just know i wont touch, so i was good! The only thing i want that i didnt pick up because it was out of stock was the liquid highlighter in blood of my enemies, because unsurprisingly a red highlighter had sold out fast!
I normally buy straight from the revolution website, but i needed nail polish remover and superdrug had a offer on revolution halloween makeup so i thought i might as well buy on superdrug! and im glad i did because it arrived very quickly. And of course, i couldnt resist picking up a few bits not from there halloween range i wanted to try.
So quickly get the boring stuff out of the way, i got the Artificial nail polish remover £2.49. I honestly didnt see its might to be for artificial nail removal i just wanted a remover! but actually this could work well because it should be pretty strong.
One of the other boring products i got was the Fruity orange & satsuma shower gel 99p, i tend to always buy an orange shower gel of some sort whenever i order online! this is a lovely one.
Finally for boring, i got the Barry m base coat, top coat and nail hardener 3 in 1 £2.99. I was really in need of a base coat/clear polish, as i wear clear polish all the time regardless, ive had this one before and its a very good one especially at its price point!
Alright, fun things! Revolution added too there skincare, and i knew that i couldnt pass up trying the Revolution skincare intense skin exfoliator 30% AHA + BHA peeling solution £7.99. This solution is an intense exfoliating treatment, i will get back to you on this once ive tried it, im slightly scared but excited!
Unsurprisingly i knew i had to try the Revolution conceal and define foundation F0.5 £9.00, i have tried and quite like the concealer, but what made me wanna try this apart from the fact that its revolution and i adore the brand, is that from the first reviews it looked very high coverage and had a super shade selection. I went for the palest pink toned one i could possibly go for, i think it should be a good match, expect a review coming up!
Revolution launched a new range of pigment pomades very quietly a few weeks ago and there was no way i couldnt try them! im always looking for cream eyeshadows that actually work well, those these pomades can be used for anything, eyes, eyebrows, lips etc you name it. I picked up the Revolution pro pigment pomade in jet black £5.00 because i would be so pleased if this pomade actually stands up to others! i may have finally found a dupe for my colour tattoo.
Onto the halloween goodness! theres no way i was saying no to the Revolution haunted liquid highlighters £5.00. I picked up the ones in lovers wrath and envy, though i hope to be able to find blood of my enemies to complete the set! but they are beautiful, brilliant skull bottles and they have a wonderful pinky/purple or green sheen to them, i need that red one!
Last but not least we have the Revolution beautiful darkness eyeshadow palette £6.00, ill be honest that originally i wasnt sure if i was going to get either of the palettes but im really glad i did. This palette is beautiful! and i really like the lay out of the palette and praise revolution the names are on the palette! review of course incoming.
So there you have it! everything i bought, have you picked up anything from the halloween range? let me know!