A couple of weeks ago I received an email from Revolution Beauty with their next collaboration set to be available very soon. Now the last big collaboration they did that really got my attention was The Nightmare before Christmas range last year and I was so late to the party that I ended up getting the products much later on due to stock literally flying out. Every time I got an email for stock notification it was already gone by the time I got online. Now I could quite literally leave the Bratz, Friends and Pebbles Collaborations where they were without skipping a beat but a DC collection with the likes of Batman, Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Joker products…. Just take my money please.
The above photos show you the items I got in my ummm “small” parcel, I decided against getting any of the lipglosses as I don’t like sticky lipgloss, I much prefer matte products so I got the “Matte Bomb” liquid liptsick in a neutral and dark. There is also a bigger Batman palette, highlighters and may other items. It is certainly worth a look.
The first palette I used was the small “I am the Batman” Batman palette ” to create a autumn, dark everyday look. The coverage was good with very little product been used to get the colour to show. To be honest that is what I have come to expect with revolution palettes they have quickly become one of my favourites.
Here is what I used in this look (excuse the funny faces, its been a while since Ive done this lol).
- Too Faced – Hangover Good To Go moisturizer – works great as a primer
- Make up Conceal and Define Powder Foundation
- I am the Batman Palettes – Gotham, Dark and Vengance
- Nightmare Before Christmas Eyeshadow Palette Sally – Moonlight (Highlighter)
- Rimmel Soft Kohl Pencil eyeliner – Jet Black
- Makeup Revolution 5d Lash Mascara
- Matte Bomb Liquid Lipstick – Delicate Brown
The colours in this palette are some of my favourite, golds, oranges, browns are perfect for autumn and in all honesty for myself all around the year. I may even find a chance to use the yellow, you never know. The question is what palette shall we use next?