Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 Palette Review


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In the world of beauty, there is always one name that springs to mind when neutral eyeshadow palettes are mentioned. That name is Urban Decay. The Naked eyeshadow palettes have become a beauty blogger must-have over the past couple of years and are known for creating a natural looking smokey eye. Makeup Revolution (a fairly newish brand) have now created a palette that is the closest match to the Naked 3 that I have ever seen. I recently got my hands on it; keep reading for my review.

Makeup Revolution describe this product as a collectable eyeshadow palette with the perfect mix of pearl, shimmer and matte shades. I’ve been constantly reaching for this palette for weeks now and have been absolutely loving it. I’m not surprised that it’s been so popular, as it’s amazing. The buttery shades are all super blendable and pigmented (but can also be used subtly) and are great for everyday makeup looks as well as more dramatic night looks. The pinkish toned shades are all gorgeous, and are EXACTLY the same as the colours from the Naked 3 palette. There are 12 shades in the palette; 3 mattes and 9 shimmery/pearly shades, all of which complement each other beautifully.

This is a perfect dupe of the Naked 3 Palette, and at only £4.00 (£34.00 less than Naked 3) why wouldn’t you try it. I would definitely recommend it if your on a budget, as it’s such a great product for the price.

 Have you tried this palette yet? Please leave comments below.

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