Lucy has a massive chocolate palette collection that you can check out on her Instagram!

 

 

 

My Thoughts on the Revolution 24K Chocolate Gold Bar Palette

The chocolate gold bar palette performs surprisingly well for a $15 palette that is frequently on sale. It is a good mix of shimmery and matte shades and the mattes perform ok. This is not Colourpop’s matte formula, it is more in line with less pigmented mattes that you’d find in typical drugstore brands. However it is still usable and not one of those formulas that make you feel like you can’t even see it when you put it on!

It is mostly warm toned browns and peachy shades and it did perform well on my fair skin. Those with darker skin tones might find that the mattes are absolutely useless though so keep that in mind.

Revolution Beauty Chocolate Bar Palettes

Makeup Revolution Beauty Vintage Lace Blush Palette review

 

Other Products

For this look I also grabbed the Makeup Revolution/Revolution Beauty Vintage Lace Blush palette. These are beautiful super-sparkly blushes with a lace pattern imprinted on them. No matter how hard I have ever tried, I cannot capture the sparkly glitter in these blushes! Not everyone loves a glittery blush but I like to pop it on when I want a little sparkle but not a full on highlight. There is also a Vintage Lace Highlight palette but I did not purchase it because I have so many hightlights already. I have used all 4 of these shades and while I do have to use the darkest shade sparingly it is what I am using in this look.

Day 5 – Makeup Revolution x Soph palette

When I first did my look with the SophX palette, the first collab between Revolution Beauty and SophDoesNails/SophDoesLife, I was disappointed in the look. I wanted the purple shade that I put under my eyes to be much more purple. On the eye it is nothing like it looks in the pan! It looks much more of a red-purple fuchsia shade on the eye. I guess I was having a bad day because I decided I was going to declutter the palette all togehter! Then, I saw the photos the next day and the look was not nearly as bad as I thought it was.

It is for sure not as good quality as the 24K Chocolate Gold palette but I am not going to declutter it just yet. I am going to use it a few more times so I can decide how I truly feel about it.

Makeup Revolution Beauty SophX SophDoesNails palette

 

The Makeup Revolution x Soph palette has 3.25/5 stars on Revolution Beauty’s website. It is no longer available at Ulta.

Score

24K Gold Chocolate Bar palette 7 out of 10

Soph X palette 5 out of 10

Where to Buy

24K Gold Chocolate palette $15 Revolution Beauty or Ulta.

Vintage Lace Blush palette $12 Ulta or Revolution Beauty.

SophX palette $15 at Revolution Beauty.

Makeup Revolution Beauty 24K Chocolate Gold palette

Makeup Revolution Beauty SophX SophDoesNails palette

Product List

Day 6 –

  • tarte Maracuja Creaseless undereye concealer 12N fair-light neutral
  • tarte Tarteguard tinted moisturizer light
  • Too Faced  Peach Perfect Mattifying Setting Powder  
  • Stila HUGE Extreme lash mascara
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow gel caramel
  • Nudestix cheek and lip tint Belle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Day 5 –

  • Osmotics Real skin flawless facial tint SPF 45 Light
  • Osmotics concealer light
  • Sleek Rule on eye pencil “Awake at midnight”
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills Dipbrow gel caramel
  • Estee Lauder Sumptuous extreme mascara
  • Colourpop Ultra satin lipstick Strip

 

Have you tried the Makeup Revolution 24K Gold Bar or SophX palette? What do you think of them?
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