One of the most popular posts on my blog is my review of the Sleek Face Form palette here. People obviously can’t get enough of the contouring marvel. You might also have noticed that I am recently very obsessed with new brand on the block Makeup Revolution, some of their products have become firm favourites of mine. Well you might be interested to know that Makeup Revolution recently released a palette to give Face Form a run for its money.
In case you haven’t come across Sleek Face Form before it is a contouring palette. So it contains a bronzer, highlighter and blusher in one neat little kit. The texture of the powders in the Sleek kit are lovely and I really like it as the bronzer is matte and the highlighter doesn’t go on glittery. Lots of people love the blusher in the Face Form palette but I find it has a hint of redness to it which doesn’t really suit my skin on a bad day!
When I bought the Makeup Revolution Ultra Sculpt and Contour Kit in Ultra Fair I didn’t expect it to be such a close copy of the Sleek one but it really is. As you can see below the palettes are almost identical. Apologies for the state of my Sleek palette, it had an unfortunate incident involving my wooden floor . But as you can see the palettes are almost identical. The blusher in the Sleek palette is a little more orange but the Makeup Revolution blusher has a little bit of pink to it which I think is more flattering for pale skin tones. The powders have the same texture and wear exactly the same as the Sleek one. The only other difference is in the packaging, the Sleek kit has a nice large mirror on the inside whereas the Makeup Revolution one only has a small narrow one at the top of the lid.
The real clincher here is that the Sleek palette costs €12.99 but the Makeup Revolution one costs about £3.50 (€4.50). Unfortunately at the moment you can only get Makeup Revolution in Ireland from the Superdrug in the Omni Park Shopping Centre in Santry. You can order it online here but the postage is £4.95 which isn’t great value if you’re only buying one thing! But if you’re near Santry or at a Superdrug in the UK it’s well worth picking this up.