I have had this palette for a few months now. I got it as a free gift with purchase, but never really got around to using before recently. I've tried quite a few of both the Makeup revolution and I♡Makeup palettes now and so far I've been pretty pleased.
Price: £3,99 or about $6 at Makeup Revolutions webshop
Packaging: While the design looks pretty neat, it's not super functional. I normally use a bigger eye brush for my lighter Shades and a smaller crease brush for darker Shades, so it puzzles me that the lightest Shades are the smallest in this palette. It can be difficult to fit your brush into the small shadows, so that's a bit of a drawback for me. The outer packaging seems sturdy and travel friendly.
The quality is the typical quality that I have come to know and love from both Makeup revolution and I ♡ Makeup. If you are not familiar with their shadows, I can tell you that pigmentation is great, they are easy to Work with and easy to blend. It's pretty amazing for the Price.
When all that's said, this palette did not wow me. Mostly because of the color selection. I'm more of a neutral/burgundy/rose gold kinda gal and I don't care for grey or black shadows all that much. All the Shades that I do like, are in the smallest pans, wich annoys me a lot.
I can't fault the palette for not containing the colors I like, not everyone wants 10.000 naked palette dupes. So I think this pretty much comes down to preference. If you like those dark smokey and Jewel toned shadows, then this would be a nice little palette to have. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the quality of this palette, it's just not my type of shades.
With that being said, I would still recommend it to anyone who likes these types of colors, just keep in mind that it can be hard to get to the smaller shadows, it's not impossible but just a little tricky. The quality and staying power is good, and you can't beat the price. They also have a neutral version of this called "go to heaven" wich I think I would really like, but I have not tried it yet.
Have any of you tried this palette? what do you think of the design/layout of this?