Revlon ColorStay Looks Book Eye Shadow Palette in Maverick

By Tuesday, August 13, 2019 , , , , ,

*Post features PR sample.
930 Maverick
Stand up and stand out, Maverick.
You're a rebel with a cause who shines in one of a kind colour. -the back of the package.
Revlon recently launched their Looks Book Eye Shadow Palettes. Aesthetically they are tiny, slim, adorable and feature each palettes name down the front.  Inside is a palette with 8 shades, matte, shimmer and metallic (the Insider palette is all matte). While I honestly thought this palette would be larger before I saw it in person, I was quite happy to see how tiny it actually was.
Maverick features a predominantly burnt orange shade range with some gold tossed in for good measure. At first, it reminded me of the Urban Decay Naked Heat / Naked Petite Heat palettes, both of which I have.
 It is slightly smaller than the petite (or a basics) palette, and also thinner, making it a great palette for a purse, touch-ups or even a trip. Most of the shades don't align with the Petite Heat palette, they, for the most part, are pretty different.
On to the pigmentation. This palette amazed me with its pigmentation! I was in shock. I haven't swiped a palette for pay off like this in a long time, none the less from a drug store brand. They are bold and have great pigment to them. They also are incredibly buttery which lends to blending out really well.
An extra bonus is that this palette is made in Canada! Which you know, always gets me.
Overall I am loving this little gem, it has shades I like, a good amount of mattes as well as metallics and shimmer. The pans themselves are a bit tiny, but with the right shadow brush are no problem to navigate. The pigment and buttery texture make this palette well worth its cost. I am going to head out and get the Insider palette because I really want to try an all matte one.

Have you tried any of the Revlon ColorStay Looks Book Eye Shadow Palettes yet?

*Product was sent from PR for review. All views and opinions are my own.