Yep, I have some more Make-up Revolution for you to 'oooh' and 'aaah' at today! This time in the form of one of their eyeshadow palettes, 'Girls on Film' - you ready?!
'Girls on Film' consists of a hearty mix of neutrals, pinks, purples and metallics, with twelve shimmer and six matte shades. I picked this out of their huge array of palettes since it would be ideal for both daytime (ooh taupes and neutrals) and evening (you see that cranberry shade?!) looks.
The packaging is pretty typical for these kind of palettes, a sturdy black number with a HUGE mirror inside the lid. Yes, it also comes with one of those pointless sponge applicator things - seriously, why do they even still manufacture those any more?! - which will swiftly find its way to the bin!
The outer sleeve is printed with a picture of the palette, and the names for shades can be found on a plastic insert inside the palette (like Sleek palettes). I'd advise keeping the insert and taping it over the picture on the box, this way you wont lose it and you'll always have the names for refer back to :)
The shimmery shades have that oily type feeling, which means that a primer is essential to keep them in place all day. Texture aside, you'll find these to be beautifully pigmented, buildable, blendable and very wearable indeed - perfect! Yep, even the mattes are pigmented, which makes a nice change in palettes like these.