Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

Well, these are all the wow! I remember MAC did something similar (for three times the price) and was pretty wowed by those, too. The light catching ripple effect relies on magnets in the base that pull the particles into that pattern. I did sacrifice one of these to see what lies beneath the product, but it’s componentary that doesn’t easily come apart and it’s a flat base under the product with the magnets presumably  underneath that.

Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

Because of the base magnets, most of the product is packaging – you have quite a thin layer of actual powder on the top. Not that it matters – a little goes a very long way with these. Some of the shades are shifty meaning that they have a dual colour aspect.

Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

There are six shades in the collection which I’ve split into two lots of three below.

Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

In this picture, it’s Brown, Black and Burgundy.

Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

In this picture, it’s Gold, Copper and Green.

Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

You can see the shade shifts going on…  from bottom to top: Burgundy, Black, Brown, Gold, Copper and Green. The swatches came out more softly than the shades look in the pots but they’re still impactful – also… it’s quite fun to do this with the flat of your finger tip:

Revolution Magnetize Eyeshadow

You can also tip the pots completely upside down and the magnetized powder stays in – I promise! There’s so much you can do with this technology – hearts for Valentine’s shadows or blush, sunshine for bronzers, stars for Christmas. The Revolutions Magnetize Eyeshadows are £5 each HERE. You’re getting more than a fiver’s worth of entertainment in my view!

 

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