Revolution ‘Courage’ Palette Review

Hello sweets!Hope you’re all well!

Today I thought I’d do a review post on a palette from Revolution’s brand new ‘Wild Animal’ range! I bought this palette about a month or so ago, as I was straight away hooked on the leopard print packaging (shock) and I haven’t stopped using it since!

So – the range consists of 3 brand new palettes that I personally think all include a wide selection of shades that are absolutely perfect for autumn! I was instantly drawn to ‘Courage’ (the palette I’m reviewing today) as it obviously looks freaking awesome with the leopard print lid- but mainly because the shades are right up my street! It consists of mostly browns, warm coppers and vibrant burgundies which are just beautifulll and so well suited to this time of year in my opinion! I tend to opt for purples/reds/smokey browns all year round to be honest as I feel they’re the most flattering colours on me, but I love to really amp it all up for A/W!

Besides ‘Courage’, there is also ‘Fierce’ – which has the coolest tiger print packaging and contains mainly shades of oranges and crimsons (if this doesn’t scream Halloween I don’t know what does)!? And lastly, there’s ‘Integrity’ which has awesome zebra print packaging and consists of loadsa different rainbow colours! So for £10 each, I honestly think these palettes are fab – they all contain 18 shades of matte and shimmer pigments that are sooo bloody long lasting and intense! You can also easily create endless looks just from one palette which is incred!




Before I waffle on further, I need to tell you about another one of Revolution’s latest ranges; ‘New Neutral’ (linked here). I’m so bloody in love with their satin matte lipsticks – in fact I feel they could be Revolution’s best yet! The quality is in my opinion, similar to that of MAC’s or Charlotte Tilbury’s! And for £5, can you really complain? Again, the packaging has completely stolen the show here, gold and leopard print = perfection? I purchased the shades ‘Stripped’ and ‘Velvet– ‘Stripped’ being a dusky pink nude (a close dupe to Tilbury’s famous Pillow Talk) and ‘Velvet’ being a deep mauvey nude.

I picked these shades as I felt they would flatter my skin tone the most out of the whole collection, but there are 4 other colours ranging from neutral nudes to rich plums; so something to suit everyone! I find the formula really smooth and creamy to apply and super comfortable to wear all day long! I’d also say the lipsticks give more of a matte finish than satin – meaning plenty of intense pigment that won’t be going anywhere til’ you want it to!


Top Left: Revolution ‘Courage’ Wild Animal Palette / Middle Right: Revolution Pro ‘New Neutral’ Lipstick in ‘Velvet’ / Bottom Left: Revolution Pro ‘New Neutral’ Lipstick in ‘Stripped’




Okay- so back to the palette- all in all the shades are a handy selection of warm bronzes, autumnal coppers and gorgeous pinks and burgundies, which I think makes for the perfect palette for the upcoming festive season! If you prefer to keep things natural and low-key then the matte browns and subtle golden shimmers are for you, however if you love an intense, glam look, then the warm coppers and burgundies are your besties! Of course you can use as many or as little shades in one look as you wish, which is why this palette is so worth the tenner!

The pigment is also insanely vibrant and long lasting, meaning no dragging colour over your lids – these shades blend seamlessly! What more could you ask for eh?





Revolution ‘New Neutral’ Lipsticks in ‘Stripped’ and ‘Velvet’

So I hope you enjoyed reading about Revolution’s new range! I’d love to know your thoughts- will you be purchasing any of the ‘Wild Animal’ palettes? Or what about the ‘New Neutral’ lippies? What’s your go-to palette at the moment? 

Speak soon lovelies! 

C ♥

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