I have this shade in the lightest colour available, it's still very orange and I have to use a lightener (white foundation mixer by NYX). It's a matte foundation but not overly matte and not too drying, it gives the skin a skin like finish and does give you a satin finish. It lasts all day for me and I don't have to blot my skin as often with this foundation. I also got it in the sale for £2.20 for 36ml which is crazy. I'm definitely stocking up next time they have a sale.
I've only got this in the Spice edition, I can't speak for the other palettes (I've heard they are not the best) however this warmed toned one is supposed to be a dupe of the UD Heat palette. I grabbed it for £7 on eBay and it's incredible! The quality of these shares are just as good as many of my high end palettes (they don't smell as nice and they are powdery) but got the price it's gonna worth it.
I bought it after smelling it in store, I have trouble with perfumes lasting on my skin but this one tends to, for me a win! it smells sweet and I do like it, don't over-spritz however because it's strong.
I like it, I don't love it. It is unisex so the muskiness might be the reason for me not adoring it as I tend to lean towards sweeter scents, however it does smell like jam and does have it's sweet depths. I wouldn't throw it out :)
I adore this perfume, it's my perfect scent however it just doesn't last on my skin. I've bought both the toilette and parfum version, the parfum is obviously stronger but none of them lasted. I bought both from John Lewis/Debenhams so not online where they could have been watered down, my skin just doesn't want it to last XD
It's typical, the Britney Spears Midnight Fantasy which is £20 for 100ml lasts much longer on my skin and when this is £104 for 100ml it's hard to justify it.
I do love this mascara, but I also love a few others. I don't see it being completely different to my others but it does flake a small amount throughout the day (not massively but you may notice a few black dots, I just flick them away) - It does maximise my tiny lashes and it lasts a very long time and doesn't smudge so for me it's a winner.
I love this concealer, however the coverage is not full so it doesn't quite work on spots and under the eye it creases. I tend to use it for face highlighting whilst using my collection 2000 concealer for spots which has much higher coverage. It blends wonderfully, I also use it for area's of the face needing more coverage.
For £4 (usually also 2 for 3 in Superdrug) you can't go wrong (making it £2.66 each).
I have this in Olympia, the highlight and the contour are beautiful. Not sure they are worth the price tag as I got them relatively cheap on an auction on ebay after the user had tried it and it wasn't her shade. It's amazing, beautiful colour, not too warm and has a hint of pink in it for people with a cooler skin tone (looks more natural than many other contours)
Makeup revolution is a decent brand for the price, the smell of these eyeshadows put me off. They blend and have decent pigmentation, the reds are trending and work - I would rather pay a little more and get a high end palette personally.
It's not bad, however the lightest shade is still a little dark and almost too pigmented for light skin tones. You can't go wrong for the price though. Also the highlight is a little too glittery for my liking.