The Carmi Make Magic Palette is the newest collab with Revolution Beauty. It costs £5 and has a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is not vegan as it contains beeswax and carmine but is cruelty-free.
The skull nail polishes are £4 each from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug. They have 12.5 ml of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened (although nail polish doesn’t really expire). They are vegan and cruelty-free.
The Revolution Pro – Regeneration Trends Astrological Palette costs £8 from Revolution or Superdrug. It has 14.4g of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is not vegan but it is cruelty-free.
Revolution now has nail polish. Along with the usual cream colours they released a set of neon polishes. I bought two at £4 each. They have 10ml of product and 12-months shelf-life once opened. They are vegan and cruelty-free.
The Angel is the next mythical creature to join the I Heart Revolution family. In this post, I’ll be looking at the Angel Heart Palette and the Heavenly Lipgloss.
The palette costs £7 from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug, has 12 x 0.75g of products and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It’s vegan and cruelty-free.
The lipgloss is £3 from Revolution Beauty or Superdrug, has 2.2 g of product and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It’s 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 flawless foils cost £5 each from Revolution Beauty. They have 2g of shadow and 2ml of primer and a 12-month shelf life once opened. It is not Vegan.
Over the next 9 months, I’ll be wearing a foundation a month and testing it out with various primers, application techniques and post my review here. I’ll also mention any issues when the foundation is used with cream-based products such as blusher or highlighter. Before we continue, I have oily skin, a few fine lines and the occasional issues with breakouts. I don’t have an issue with dry skin so if you do you might find we have very different results from the same foundation.
The four primers I’ll be using are, Illamasqua – Hydra Veil, this one is a water-based gel primer. Evelyn Ion Cosmetics – Green Tea Primer, this one is a water-based dream primer. The Body Shop – Instablur Primer, this one is a silicone-based primer. Revolution Pro – Prime Oil, this one is an oil-based primer. I’ll also go without a primer to see how it performs without any help.
Other variables include using fingers, sponges or brushes to apply the foundation to see if it makes any difference in the finish or performance with these methods. I’ll also use cream, powder and liquid blushers and highlighters to see if there are any issues too.