Makeup Revolution Flawless Matte Ultra 32 Shade Eyeshadow Palette* £8
There have been that many incredible new releases from Makeup Revolution in the past couple of months that it has certainly been hard to keep up. It has also meant that my Makeup Revolution wishlist has grown exponentially week on week (I've currently got my eye on the Pro Makeup Brushes, the I Heart Makeup Naked Chocolate palette and a few of the Lip Lava shades, to name but a few.)
I was very kindly sent one of two brand new eyeshadow palettes to launch on the Makeup Revoultion site in the past fortnight; the Flawless Matte palette. There is also the Beyond Flawless palette (link here) which is packed full of shimmering neutrals. And again, Makeup Revolution have really hit it out of the park with this particular product.
Despite owning quite a number of eyeshadow palettes, I really do lack a substantial amount of matte shades. I think it might have something to do with the fact that I'm very magpie-like, so any time that I see shimmer, glitter or sparkle, I'm all over it. But it has left me yearning for more matte shades and it's rather rare to see an entire palette dedicated to solely mattes, especially when it comes to neutral colours. And that's why the Flawless Matte palette couldn't be more perfect or appropriate for me.
Like all of the Makeup Revolution eye shadows that I have had the pleasure of using prior to this one, the quality is truly superb. The pigmentation is fantastic and each and every shadow is soft and buttery on the eyelid. And much like the Eyes Like Angels palette that I reviewed back in July (link here), you are getting 32 ultra professional shadows for £8, which works out at just 25p a shadow. It doesn't get much better than that now does it?
If you've ever been on the lookout for a palette dedicated entirely to matte shades or if like me, your eye shadow collection is sorely missing some essential matte shadows, then this is where you will find them.
What do you think of the Flawless Matte palette? Have you tried Makeup Revolution before? If so, what has been your favourite discovery? And if you've not yet tried any of their range, what do you have on your wishlist?