I used to be one of those people who brought all the YouTubers books even if I didn’t really watch them but then YouTubers started bringing out other things including clothes, phone cases, skincare and makeup. That’s when things got confusing. I lusted over the Zoella Beauty items and always found the Tanya Burr makeup range intriguing but I’m still confused on the cruelty free status of both. This all changed when I found out that Soph has collaborated with Makeup Revolution, possibly one of my favourite cruelty free brands.
Without even reading the current reviews, I knew I wanted to pick up both the eyeshadow and the highlighter palette so I can give it a go myself. I don’t actually watch her videos but I’m intrigued with the vibes she has gone for. At first, I wasn’t sure what to think and now I find myself reaching for this one over any others in my palette collection and these are the reasons why.
Firstly, the rose gold lettering and nude packaging is Instagram friendly, the palette has 24 shades which are generous in size and suitable for any time of year, it also has a massive mirror which is perfect for doing your makeup on the go. Thanks Soph. I appreciate you for creating such an amazing palette. You don’t get a brush but I’ve been using a mix of my Real Techniques brushes to apply the shades.
There’s a lovely mix a shimmer and matte shades as well as a range of darker and lighter shades. Did I mention how cute the names are? My particular favourites are: Copper Coin, Pumpkin, Tiramisu, Iced Coffee and Pancakes however I do see myself using all the shades. The shades are all really pigmented similarly to the Urban Decay Naked palettes although that’s a personal opinion.
So, is it worth a tenner? Personally, yes! If your looking for an affordable palette that you can use all year round with pretty good pigmentation then I would highly recommend treating yourself to the Makeup Revolution Soph X palette.
Have you got this palette? What’s your thoughts?
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