There are not many things as exciting as a good collaboration in the beauty community. The idea of two brands that you equally adore joining forces to create a product that you feel was designed especially for you is like a warm embrace. Makeup Revolution—famous for the vibrant pigments and cruelty-free formulas—are no stranger to a collaboration. The iconic brand is renowned for partnering with many influencers, and brands, to deliver a diverse and inclusive line of products. Here are our top ten picks!
It took all of one second for us to completely lose it when this collab dropped. Once we spotted the statement purple wall and trademark the gold frame, we knew it could only mean one thing: Friends! The Friends collaboration is a warm and nostalgic hug from the ’90s. The colours featured in the shadow palettes are almost as fun as the names given to them. The collab has a huge range that includes lipstick, lip-gloss, eyeshadow palettes and accessories. They even have a range of scrunchies; the ultimate 90’s must-have!
Makeup Revolution X Friends Collaboration via Makeup Revolution website
This fashion and lifestyle YouTuber collaborated with the brand to launch an array of amazingly pigmented palettes. One standout product for us is ‘Revolution X Patricia Bright Rich In Eyeshadow Colour Palette’ (£20.00). The pigments are beyond amazing and the choice of colour—and variation of finishes—are so varied and versatile.
We were super excited as soon as the ‘Tammi’ collab was announced. The beauty influencer launched a huge selection of tropical-inspired palettes and lip products. The ‘Makeup Revolution x Tammi Lip Set’(£10.00)—inspired by a glowing night sky—features two deep, rich lip gloss’ and one lip liner.
The UK based drag artist, and makeup extraordinaire, satisfied our frosted dreams with the ‘Revolution X Alexis Stone The Transformation Palette’ (£10.00). This palette is designed to assist with creating a seamless transition between shades and giving you a shimmering finished look.
The ‘Revolution X Jack Palette’ (£3.00). reflects the artist’s minimal attraction to packaging and simplicity perfectly. The single palette has a huge spectrum of shades; however, it does feature a shade of blue that can only be described as simply outstanding.
This collaboration is home to a palette that is nothing less than divine. The ‘Makeup Obsession X Belle Jorden Eyeshadow Palette’ (£5.00) has a glamorous and romantic feel to the selection of shades chosen. This palette is the perfect autumnal addition to any makeup collection.
One of our hero products from the Jake Jamie collab is the ‘Revolution Skincare X Jake – Jamie Watermelon Hydrating Face Mask’ (£8.00). The superfood-infused mask delivers hydration and moisture to ensure the juiciest skin for the perfect makeup result.
The Sebile collab has an amazing selection of products—lip products being an absolute winner. The ‘Revolution X Sebile Reborn Matte Liquid Lipstick’ (£4.00) has amazing coverage and a great selection of pigments.
If you love pastel colours, glowy skin and all things cute, you need to get your hands on the ‘Soph Highlighter Palette’ (£4.00). The palette claims to “do it all”, and has a huge selection of varied shimmering shades.
One can never turn away a highlighter that is described as “silky smooth”; ‘Revolution Pro Nath Highlighter Magic Glow’ (£4.00) is just this. The peachy marbled compact creates the most beautiful and shimmering result with minimal effort.
There are not many things as exciting as a good collaboration in the beauty community. The idea of two brands that you equally adore joining forces to create a product that you feel was designed especially for you is like a warm embrace. Makeup Revolution—famous for the vibrant pigments and cruelty-free formulas—are no stranger to collaboration. The iconic brand is renowned for partnering with many influencers, and brands, to deliver a diverse and inclusive line of products. Here are our top ten picks!
The Friends & Makeup Revolution collaboration is available on their website now, and the brand has even hinted that there will be more ‘Friends’ products dropping soon.
Words by Luke Nolan
Graphics by Frances Scott