Makeup Look Featuring Makeup Revolution Re-Loaded Newtrals 3 Palette

Hey guys!

I recently purchased the Makeup Revolution Re-Loaded Newtrals 3 eye-shadow palette from Superdrug. The warm colours just really called to me and for £4 I couldn’t leave it behind. I have been playing with it a little bit since and I wanted to share one of the looks I created using it!

Step One – Base: For my base I used NYX Honey Dew Me Up Primer (£15), then I went straight in with my long time favourite foundation; Estee Lauder Double Wear (£33.50). I blended this using the Real Techniques buffer brush. I haven’t used this foundation in quite a while and I still absolutely adore it.

Step Two – Eyes: I first did my eyebrows using the ABH Dipbrow pomade (£19) as always. For this I used a Morphe small angled brush. Next I went in with the Revolution Conceal & Define concealer (£4) all over my lid with a Morphe s4 brush. With a Morphe s27 brush,  I set this with a cream coloured eye shadow from a Zoeva palette. I then went into the Makeup Revolution Newtrals 3 palette (£4). With the same brush, I applied the pale pink shade (1st on 1st row) all through my crease. Next on a Morphe s21 brush I took the palest purple shade (1st on 2nd row) and applied this on top of the pink shade, and also brought it down to the outer v of my lid too. Next, on the same brush, I took the brighter purple shade (4th on 1st row) and applied it on the outer v of my lid too. I then used the dark purple shade (5th on 2nd row) and using a Morphe s12 brush I applied a little of this very precisely on the very outer edge of my eyelid.
Once all this was blended I took a small flat brush – the Morphe s30 and half cut my crease with the Makeup Revolution concealer I used earlier. I used the lightest highlighter from the Makeup Revolution x Soph highlighter palette (£8) and applied it on top of the concealed area using my finger.
I used the Soap & Glory Supercat liner (£6.50) to create a wing, then added the MyLeah eyelashes! With a pencil brush, I blended a mixture of the purple shades from the palette I used earlier on my lower lash line, then I used Mac In Extreme Dimension 3D Mascara (£20) on my lower lashes.

Step three – Face: With a Morphe s4, I used the Makeup Revolution Conceal & Define concealer under my eyes, down my nose, on my chin and on the centre of my forehead. I set my entire face with Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder (£3.99) – for this I used a Morphe s15 brush. Next I used the Zoeva Contour Spectrum Palette (£15) to contour and bronze, I used a Morphe s13. I added some Rimmel Lasting Finish Blush (£3.99) in the shade Santa Rose on a Real Techniques contour brush. Using the highlighter palette mentioned earlier, I used the palest shade (as on my eyes) onto the top of my cheek bones, my cupids bow, the tip of my nose and on my brow bone. Finally I used a nude Primark lipstick, then added Bare Minerals Moxie Lipgloss in the shade Dreamer on top ($18).

That’s the completed look, what do you think?- I must say I have been impressed with this eyeshadow palette, specially for the price! If you would be interested in a full review with swatches, please let me know in the comments below.

Thanks for stopping by!

Jazmin xx

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