Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Makeup Revolution Radiant Light Highlighters Palette Review + Swatches

Well isn't this exciting? Meet my new Makeup Revolution Radiant Lights Palette........................

This launched just recently and i was very intrigued to try it. I couldn't even wait for it to come to Superdrug to see it in person, i just added it to my cart and ordered straight from Makeup Revolutions website.

I am a lover of the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder, and i couldn't help but notice how similar both these products were.

These Radiant Lights Powders can be purchased individually, but i thought for all 3 in a palette for £8.....well it's a given right?!

The packaging is a black sturdy palette with a very generous size mirror. It's actually pretty much the same style as the other palettes from Makeup Revolution.

It comes with 3 highlighters, all with different finishes and shades, making it suitable for all skin tones. I also like that each of the shades are different, so i have a choice on which powder i want to use.

Breathe reminds me of the Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder in Glow. I think it is a very close dupe! I have lightly dusted this over my face for a subtle glow and it looks so pretty! It is a very soft powder with no shimmer.

Exhale is slightly shimmery and i think it's one that i would wear on an evening out. There is no glitter, but the shimmer can look too much, so you have to apply it with a light hand. On my skin, it appears as a light shimmery champagne.

Glow is kinda a subtle version of MAC's Gold Deposit. This would look stunning on warmer skin tones, but also in the summer months paired with bronzer. It is a gorgeous soft gold shade, and isn't as vibrant as other gold toned highlighters. I would use this in the summer months on my shoulders and neck for that glow!

These powders are very light and smooth to apply. It's so finely milled that it appears very natural on the skin. None of these shades have glitter, and don't just sit on the skin. It gives the face a subtle illuminated look.

I can not get over how amazing these radiant lighting powders are and can't believe that the palette only costs £8! You can also buy them individually for £5 each.

Check them out on the Makeup Revolution's Website or in Superdrug.

Have you used any of the radiant light powders?


  1. Loving these swatches and been debating on whether I need this one or not. I find it hard to use in my routine.

  2. Libby Grindell7 March 2015 at 19:02

    I recently bought this and absolutely love it, I've been using the first one as a setting powder basically every day because it sets everything, but doesn't matte it down too much :) xxx