Monday, 27 January 2020

Revolution Powder Matte Lipsticks Review + Swatches

It is only January and we are already on my third Revolution post of the year. They continue to kick butt when it comes to new releases and this month saw the release of the Revolution Powder Matte Lipsticks. There are 12 shades available, and so there is bound to be a shade suited to your skin tone and favourite colour.
The Revolution Powder Matte Lipstick is a collection of 12 crushed velvet shades, whether you are a fan of more natural nude tones, or you want to make your lips pop with bright reds, fab fuchsias and brilliant berries, you will find them in this collection of lipsticks. The Powder Matte Lipsticks come in a brushed rose gold casing, and I love that they have used the logo on the lipstick to show you which colour is inside.
Formula-wise, the Powder Matte Lipsticks are not at all drying and even though they are matte, they glide onto the lips lovely and smooth. The formula is fairly long-lasting, especially the bolder shades as they are very well-pigmented and comfortable to wear, as they don't dry out the lips. They retail for just £5.00 each, which in comparison to the MAC version, are much cheaper, and you could buy at least three for the same price.

The shades included in the collection are:
Bon Bon - Warm Burgundy
Captivate - Orange-toned Red
Fascination - Blue-toned Red
Flamingo - Neon Pink (Think MAC's Candy Yum Yum)
Frost - Light Peach
Love - Baby Pink
Lust - Orchid Purple
Naked - Light Nude
Ornate - Dark Berry
Rosy - Warm Pink Nude
Spice - Ginger Nude
Teddy - Medium Pink Nude
The majority of the shades are extremely wearable on a daily basis, but I also love that they have included some brighter, bolder shades. My favourites have to be Flamingo, Frost, Naked and Spice and I would definitely recommend checking these out.

You can find the Revolution Powder Matte Lipsticks online at Revolution here.

All the Loves,
Kathryn xxx

*These items have been gifted to me, but all opinions are my own

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