Makeup Revolution 'West End Girls' and 'Born to Die' Palettes

Now, seeing as Makeup Revolution clearly don't stock enough eyeshadow palettes already (oooh the sarcasm) they decided it was about time they released five more, the 'I Heart Obsession' palettes. I was surprised to find two in the mail to show you lovely lot - 'West End Girls' and 'Born to Die'.

The 'I Heart Obsession' palettes are mostly made up of neutrals, with the odd splash of colour. 'West End Girls' and 'Wild is the Wind' contain the boldest colours of all five palettes; I think 'Paris' will be the most popular with its pinky neutral shades (think Urban Decay 'Naked 3'.) Now, lets get down to business...


'West End Girls' is a mix of colourful shades and subdued neutrals - in truth, the entire bottom row could be used as highlighters! This would be a brilliant palette if you want something to quickly take you from day to night.
Yellow gold, warm medium brown, plum-wine with blue and copper sparkle (awesome), deep blue with blue and copper sparkle, dove grey with gold sparkle (loove) and a forest green with a black base.
The bottom four shades are a barely there pinky cream (weakest pigmentation of all colours), pale pink with crystal sparkle (looks almost like gloss in certain lights!), a pale golden tan and a white gold.


'Born To Die' is made up of a selection of (mostly) cool neutrals. I imagine these would work perfectly for those with a Snow White type complexion, or those after a 'work safe' palette.

Gleaming silvery white, warm tan, two taupes close enough they only really needed one, a cool toned brown and deep graphite with silver sparkle.

Bottom row is made up of a super pale pink, medium brown, a rich deep brown and slate purple (love.)

Both palettes have great pigmentation in the sparkly shades, though I always use a sticky base to show them at their best. The deeper matte shades have ace pigmentation too, but the paler colours are a bit weak. I find these easy to apply and blend and think they're fab little treats at just £3.99 each!

PRICE - £3.99 per palette.
AVAILABILITY - Larger Superdrug stores and online.

Do either of these take your fancy? What's your favourite Makeup Revolution palette? Let me know! Comments up top!

* Products received for review purposes. All opinions 100% mine and 100% honest - as always! *

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  1. Would love to give them a go, gorgeous colours! X

  2. They look incredible, I've been so impressed with Makeup Revolution! The second one looks so pretty but the first one has some amazing shades too! :) xx
    Gyudy's Notes Of Beauty

  3. Gorgeous swatches! Next time I go up the UK, I'm definitely checking out this brand.


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