My Favourite Face Palettes

I never thought I would own so many face palettes.

But I do and I refuse to put them in the bin until there’s no product left.

In reality, they all do the same thing: contour, blush and highlight. But I need them all. Obviously. I need six different face palettes that do the same job.

Oh the life of a beauty blogger.

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I’ve spoken about each of these palettes in utter depth but of course, I want to get another blog post out this week so naturally, it’s me just repeating myself by pushing all my palettes together for a few hundred words.

Charlotte Tilbury Instant Look In A Palette (£49)

I’ve had this palette for just over a month and it’s my weekend go-to.

As my only high-end face palette, I try to keep this to one side for days when I have more time to spend on my makeup rather than a quick 15 minute job at 6:30am before leaving for work.

This palette is beautiful and covers the entire face: eyes, bronzer, blush and highlighter.

I would say that this is well worth the money as it will last for quite a long time and it produces the most amazing natural makeup look.

MakeUp Revolution

It’s no surprise that I own multiple palettes from MakeUp Revolution as they are one of my all time favourite drugstore brands.

The Renaissance Glow Palette (£8) is the dupe for Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze palette and despite having not tried the CT one, I can confirm that the MakeUp Revolution one is stunning.

With contour on one side and highlighter on the other, it’s a brilliant palette to pop into your handbag for touch ups throughout the day. This is constantly in my handbag for days in the office if I feel the need to give my face more of a glow.

The Sculpt & Contour Palette (£3.50) is my go-to palette for work.

With three elements; contour, blush and highlighter – it has everything you could possibly want in a palette and the shades are just superb for my skin tone. With never having tried a blush from MakeUp Revolution before, I was intrigued to see how it would match up to expectation and believe me, it is incredible! You are given a sun kissed glow with the contour, a lovely radiance from the blush and to top it off, the highlighter gives a subtle pop to keep things professional.

Lastly for MakeUp Revolution, we have the Ultra Pro Glow Palette (£8) which has quickly become one of my favourite highlighting palettes of all time.

If you love highlighters, you need this in your life. There is such a variety of highlighting colours and I can not even begin to describe how much of an incredible glow each of them give you. This is definitely coming with me to Crete in June.

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Rimmel Sculpting Palette (£6.99)

I have very quickly become utterly obsessed with this palette.

So much so that I already have got another one waiting in the wings for when I hit even deeper on pan. The palette contains three elements (much like many other); bronzer, blusher and highlighter.

I’ll be honest: I use this purely for the contour as it is unreal.

I do wish that I would use the blush and highlighter a bit more and maybe I will because Rimmel are definitely under rated when it comes to their palettes.

Sleek Solstice Palette (£9.99)

Fun fact: I was once told by a fellow blogger that I’m not a “real blogger” until I have this palette in life and ironically, I actually already owned it at the time.

Sleek are one of the brands whose products I hardly ever own because I simply don’t know what’s the best of the bunch. However, I do know that this palette is just beautiful, especially the purple highlighter as the glow is just out of this world.

EL xx
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