Hello lovely readers, I'm back! I can tell you that in the last few weeks I have been busier than I've ever been in my life. But, I've finished my degree! I'm sad to have left because there are so many friends that I won't see again (some are off to exotic places the lucky buggers!) but I'm happy for the memories and will cherish them forever (cheesy I know). I am, however, really excited for the future! I begin learning to drive soon, I have holiday plans with the boyfriend and I'm in the process of applying for some pretty exciting job opportunities, the future is looking up!
Any who, back to what this blog is intended for, the makeup! I wrote in a blog post here that I had my beady little eyes on the Naked 3 palate, but as a poor student my dreams of owning one were long off. Then, I spotted a review video on Youtube that compared the Naked 3 palate to this little beauty. You can imagine my excitement and quickly logged onto the Revolution website and ordered one. As I don't own the Naked 3 palate, I can't comment on how good a dupe it is, but the review of Miss Budget beauty is linked below, definitely give it a look if you're interested.
The look of this palate is very sleek and neat for the price and one of the nicest looking palates on the highstreet. Similar to those by MUA, who apparently own the Revolution brand. The shades available range from champagne shades to dark greys and browns. I've had some fun creating some gorgeous eye looks, perhaps I'll share and do some tutorials on them soon? They last reasonably well, although you can increase the longevity by dipping your eyeshadow brushes into Mac Fix plus or spraying some Urban Decay All Nighter spray. Overall, I am very happy with it.
So, considering the Naked 3 palate is £37 in some stores, how much is this little beauty. Just £4. Yes, you read it correctly, only £4!. Even with postage this little beauty didn't break £7. If you're interested, I'd definelty recommed investing in one, you can order one from here. As always it's been a pleasure!