Makeup Revolution still have good ideas left. But perhaps that is why I just write about makeup, not invent it.
Girl Panic is one of their new Salvation Palettes, and the prettiest. There are 12 shimmer shades (rectangles) and 6 mattes (circles), Girl Panic is a mix of Pink Tones, through to Nude bases, Chocolate to Copper, with a couple of Silver & Smoked. Inside there is a large mirror and double ended sponge applicator. The names of the eye shadows are printed on the plastic sheet, and are taken from the Girl Panic's lyrics the Duran Duran song F.Y.I.
All lasted all day with minimal fading and creasing. All of the shimmer shades are extremely pigmented surprisingly, or not so as I should of expected with Makeup Revolution by now. And of course, as I did expect, the mattes are up to Makeup Revolutions high pigment standards. Girl Panic also got mentioned in The People's Sunday Magazine as a cheaper version to the new Yves Saint Laurent Couture palette coming out later this month. Impressive? I think so.
I can't say this has overtaken The Makeup Revolution Essential Matte Palette. Number 2. Which would take a lot of beating as to say I am obsessed with it is a understatement, but if you're going to opt for one of their Salvation Palettes, this would be the one.
Makeup Revolution Girl Panic Eyeshadow Palette £6
Have you tried the Makeup Revolution Girl Panic Eyeshadow Palette?