Now if you follow my blog then you know that I am all about that Makeup Revolution chocolate palette life. To be fair, mainly I’m about chocolate in general, but the combination of chocolate and makeup is next level attractive to me.
Anyway, when TAMBeauty released two new MINI chocolate bar face palettes into their I Heart Makeup/Makeup Revolution range I was super excited. I love tiny things. Like, anything that is normally big that is made into a little version… so cute. Aside from the packaging though, the products within really appealed to me and I have not been disappointed.
I’m going to start with the Bronze and Glow palette because this is my favourite contour palette duo. Full stop.
The ‘bronze’ shade is perfect for my skin tone. It is quite neutral so you can contour with it, but it isn’t too ashy either so you can use it as a bronzer too. These powders are really finely milled, soft and blend so easily.
The highlighter in this duo is stunning too – champagne in tone and the perfect amount of glow without being shiny or frosty. It reminds me very much of theBalm’s Mary-Lou Manizer. It is certainly extremely similar when sheered out on the cheeks but as you can see from the heavy finger swatches above Mary-Lou is a little more yellow toned.
Honestly, Bronze and Glow is a great palette. If you find this packaging to be too kitch and cutesy for your taste, Makeup Revolution also has the same powder products packaged in their Renaissance Glow palette which has much more classy packaging but identical products.
The Renaissance Glow is designed to be a dupe for the Charlotte Tilbury ‘Filmstar Bronze & Glow’ Face Sculpt and Highlight… meaning that the powders in the chocolate Bronze and Glow are also a dupe! Winner 🙂
I wasn’t initially as attracted to the Light and Glow palette as the Bronze and Glow palette but… chocolate packaging!?! Saying that, when I heard that this might be a dupe for Too Faced’s Candlelight Glow highlighting powder in Rosy Glow, I was intrigued.
Now I don’t own Rosy Glow to do a direct comparison for you but from the swatches I have seen online they certainly do seem very similar.
I have really enjoyed the light and glow highlighters – and they are both highlighters! I thought at first the pink shade was a blush but it is a pink highlighter with a gold shift. You could use this as a blush topper, but even on my fair skin the pink shade can be blended out to a lovely glow or mixed with the white/gold shade for extra bright shine. These are both very pretty!
The white/gold highlighter reminded me of the Makeup Revolution Vivid Baked Highlighter in Golden Lights. As you can see above, the colour is certainly a dupe but the formula is obviously very different as one is a standard powder and one is a baked highlighter.
So. A million photos later let me rap this up. I really like these two little chocolate face palettes. I think the quality is great and if the colours work for your skin tone then I totally recommend these. If you are interested in trying them for yourself you can find the chocolate face palettes on TAMBeauty for about AU$10.
Have a great day!