Makeup Revolution have done it again, they have launched another awesome, affordable eyeshadow palette that I'm just obsessed with. This time the lovelies at Makeup Revolution have added another eyeshadow palette to their popular Redemption collection, which always contain twelve eyeshadow's that are all placed in long, narrow pans and cost a very reasonable £4.00 and are usually great Urban Decay dupes. So say hello to the Makeup Revolution Iconic Elements Eyeshadow Palette*.
The Iconic Elements Eyeshadow Palette contains twelve eyeshadow's in total, eleven of which are matte and theres one shimmer to play with too. The shade range within the Iconic Elements Palette is gorgeous and right up my street, it's crammed with wearable neutral shades with a range of cooler tones and warmer tones. I must admit I do love the fact that this palette is more or less completely matte, I just find matte shades work perfectly for any daytime look and the fact the palette contains some well pigmented smokey shades you'd easily be able to rock a matte smokey eye on a night out too. The Iconic Elements Palette really reminds me of my Naked Basics 1 and 2 Palettes and could certainly be a possible dupe, if you put the six shades from each of those Urban Decay Naked Basics Palettes into one palette to make twelve shades you would have something that looked pretty identical to the Iconic Elements Palette, that might be something to bare in mind if your thinking of splurging as Makeup Revolution can save you some pennies he he.
As always I really don't have any complaints on the eye shadow's quality, you'll probably know by now that I'm a huge fan of Makeup Revolutions eyeshadow palettes. Each eyeshadow within the 'Iconic Elements' palette is very easy to work with, they blend out a treat and they last great on my oily eyelids without any creasing or fading most of the day. The palette also has a good amount of pigmentation too, the lighter shades within the palette don't really show up that well on my paler skin tone but that doesn't mean they aren't pigmented because they are, it's just because I'm ghostly at the moment ha ha. I still find the lighter shades within the palette very useful though, they work amazingly well as base shades all over the lid or as transitional shades to help blend out darker shades in the crease so they certainly wont be neglected. The darker shades within the palette really do pack a pigmentation punch and I've been enjoying these shades to define the crease, create smokey eye looks and even to fill in my brows he he.
All in all I think this is another absolute beauty bargain by Makeup Revolution, the shades within the palette are absolutely stunning and so wearable, so if your looking for a great matte eyeshadow palette that's packed full of neutrals Makeup Revolution have got you covered girls!
Have you tried the Makeup Revolution Iconic Elements Eyeshadow Palette yet beaut's?? What did you think?? I'd love to know!