A pretty big claim, yes. But I stand by it, and if for some reason you only decided on buying one Makeup Revolution, then I suggest you look no further than the Ultra Blush and Contour Palette. Even if you don't want to buy this (crazy people) then just stop to admire just how gorgeous the colour are please. This blush palette contains 8 shades ranging from matte, shimmer and merged baked blushers, and that includes two colours for contouring and highlighting.
Over the past few weeks, on an almost daily basis, I've been wearing all the shades to contour, highlight and add some colour to my cheeks. Not many palettes can have that claim with them, as there is always a dodgy colour thrown in somewhere, yet a £6 palette has done it.
I have the newest colour to the Ultra Blush and Contour family, Golden Sugar, which I'm sure you can guess is full of golden tones. Even better, the pinks in this are not too pink and girly, making me look around 13. If anything the swirly light pink is rather similar to the Ambient Lighting Hourglass blush. On my pale days the darkest brown shade can be a bit too orange to work as a contour, however this could work nicely on warmer and deeper skin tones. And my skin once I have had a tanning session.
All the shades themselves are are slightly powdery, but the pigment totally makes up for it, but are extremely soft and a dream to blend in, especially when I go blush overboard. No more can really be said on the beauty of this palette, except what are you doing without this in your makeup bag? Just how your cheeks are coping is beyond me.
Makeup Revolution Ultra Blush and Contour Palette in Golden Sugar £6
Have you tried the Makeup Revolution Ultra Blush and Contour Palette?