Makeup Revolution’s Vintage Lace Blush palette review with swatches

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  • Manufacturer: Makeup Revolution
  • Availability: released in June 2019
  • Contains: 4 blushes
  • Cost/Amount: USD$12.00
  • Would you purchase again: yes
All of the entries for the year 2020 were completed before March 2020. Most items were bought in, or before, 2019. And so, despite the pandemic where buying makeup is definitely a lower priority, I'm still publishing these posts.
Makeup Revolution’s Vintage Lace Blush palette

I am not a huge fan of blush palettes, because so often they’ve got several colors that won’t really look great on me. This palette is small enough that while two of the colors are not great as blushes, the other two work very well for my coloring - and the two that lean a little too orange to look good on my cheeks will work fine on my eyelids.

The lace pattern is part physical grooves, but mostly the interference overlay. That overlay won’t be totally gone the first time you use the individual color, but it’s pretty thin. Expect to be down to the base shade within a (very) few uses. The underlying blushes are very soft - easy to pick up, apply, and blend out. If the brush is too stiff or if you swipe too hard - like you might for the Tarte Amazonian Clay blushes, for example - you may get a bit of extra dust kicked up or picked up.

Photos that show how the product actually performs...! See how I create my swatches

Makeup Revolution’s Vintage Lace Blush palette The left hand holding a bottle of nail polish and displaying all manicured fingernails, with 2 coats of Color Club's Seas the Day polish.

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