Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 Palette full review and swatches.


So I finally brought a product from Makeup Revolution last pay day; the Makeup Revolution Redemption Palette in Iconic 3. Known as a dupe for the Urban Decay Naked Palette I finally managed to find the palette in stock in my local Superdrug.

Makeup Revolution Iconic 3

The palette contains a total of 12 shades including pearl, matte and shimmer finishes, all neutral variations of the colour pink. The eyeshadows include both lighter and darker shades.

Makeup Revolution Iconic 3
Makeup Revolution Iconic 3

So, what did I think of the Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 palette itself? I know the brand have got a lot of coverage for themselves in recent months but wow am I impressed. These shadows provide massive payoff from just one swipe, which for some reason I really wasn't expecting.

Go Makeup Revolution! They have created a bargain buy that I really believe provides the result of something you would expect to be far more expensive.

As to the formula of the shadows themsleves, that is near perfect as well. Some of the shimmer shades do tend to flake as you apply the eyeshadows to your brush, but at the bargain price of £4 it's not something I am going to complain about. The pearl and matte shadows don't seem to do this at all.

Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 swatches
Makeup Revolution Iconic 3 swatches

The swatches are all in order of the eyeshadows on the palette, starting from the lighter shades.

Overall, I love this eyeshadow palette from Makeup Revolution and can't wait to get trying more of their products. All of the shades included are ones I would wear everyday, and I love the variation of finishes. The payoff is fantastic, and they also seem to last all day. I'm definitely glad I finally delved into Makeup Revolution. If you want to pick up a palette they can be found in selected Superdrug stores and online.

Have you tried any Makeup Revolution products? What have been your favourites? Let me know in the comments below.


12 comments

  1. All of these shades are beautiful! I know how you mean about how you don't always expect one swipe of the brush to be enough coverage but these sound great!

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  2. I hear absolutely everyone talk about this brand and I'm still yet to buy something from it. This palette looks stunning, just what I need as well!

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  3. It reminds of the Naked Palette! Only way cheaper - so that is such a plus haha :) I've heard so many good reviews about this palette, I really must give it a try!

    xo Mel || Sketch & Scribbles

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  4. They really are, well worth the £4 they cost, if not more than that! -Kristy

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  5. Haha that was me before I purchased these, definitely worth investing in a few products and this could be your first purchase. -Kristy

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  6. That's what it looks like to me; I've only tried the first Naked palette but I'd say these are nearly as good quality in comparison too. Yes you must! -Kristy

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  7. These palettes are just amazing. Love their pigmentation.

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  8. I haven't tried their palettes but for the price I really want to, love the shades in this one!

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  9. They really are. -Kristy

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  10. They are definitely worth checking out if you get a chance :). -Kristy

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  11. I've got a couple of Make Up Revolution palettes on order at the moment, hope they hurry up and arrive cos I'm really looking forward to trying them out!

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  12. OOh I hope it hurrys up for you, this ones definitely amazing and I'm sure the others will be too - don't think I've heard a bad thing about Makeup Revolution. -Kristy

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