The Revolution Ultra Sculpt and Blend Collection costs £14.99 from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug. It’s a cruelty-free set, with no animal hair.
Venus is the original warm-toned palette from Lime Crime that started a trend.
I decided it was time to bring in some more of the new Velvetines lip liners to my collection. I bought four new shades to use with my lipstick collection.
The Lime Crime Software blushes cost $22 each from Lime Crime or £22 from UK Suppliers. They have a 12-month shelf life once opened and 4.4g of product. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
The Tropical Paradise Palette from Revolution is another in the range of collabs that they have done. This time with Tammi Clarke. It costs £10 and has 20 x 0.95gs and 3 x 1.1g of product. It is Cruelty-free but not vegan. It has a 12-month shelf life after opening.
The Sunkissed Freckle Pen is $18 from Lime Crime or £18 from UK Suppliers. It is vegan and cruelty-free. It has 2.5ml of product and a 6-month shelf life once opened.
I missed these palettes the first time around, so when they showed up on the site again I knew I had to get them. They cost $20 each from Lime Crime. They have 6.68g of product and a 24-month shelf life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
The Dragons Heart palette continues the I Heart Revolution Dragons vs Mermaids vs Unicorns series. It costs £7 from Superdrug or Revolution Beauty. It has 12 x 0.75g of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. This one is not vegan but is cruelty-free.
One of those things Lime Crime had been missing was lip liners. Well, finally they released a set of colours. So, of course, I had to buy a few to see if I liked them. Today we’re looking at only two of the shades. Magic and Plastic. One I bought directly from Lime Crime and the other I bought from a UK supplier Cult Beauty.