I knew nothing about Makeup Revolution until my friend gifted me this palette saying I should try it out as it was a dupe for the Urban Decay Naked 3 (more on this in the next post). Seeing it and noticing that there was an extreme similarity, I didn't put it into my "try out" rotation and it was forgotten for a while.

I haven't purchased anything from BH Cosmetics in a while so I decided to make a small purchase and by the looks of it, I might just be making another purchase, haha. Reviews and swatches on products mentioned in this post with be posted shortly. I'm still trying to back into the swing of things as well as figuring out a posting schedule. So once I have it figured out, stay tuned for regular posts again!

A friend of mine told me about how much she enjoyed these brushes, so I ordered these since they were on sale. Upon opening, the brushes are soft to the touch, are dense and are a nice length. I think that I'm going to be using these a lot since I really like dual-fiber brushes.

This eye essential set cost $7USD which makes this quite a steal. I can'r say much about this just yet except I don't think I'll be enjoying the fluffy blending brush. As I was lightly brushing my finger across the bristles, I saw a few hairs flaking off of the brush. I think this one is going to be a major  shedder.

I'm really into warm blushes lately, so when I saw this blush palette, I knew I had to have it in my collection. Filled with soft peaches, roses and browns, it makes a nice addition to my current blush collection.

Like I don't have enough eye shadows, right? But this palette is currently $12USD on the site and I couldn't help myself. This is screaming fall (even though its currently summer *dies*) and I adore the berries, pinks and browns in this palette.

Lastly, I ordered the Studio Pro Ultimate Brow Palette. I normally use brow pencils, gels and pomades, so I'm interested to see how these powders will perform.

I can't wait to play around with these babies and report back! Hope you all have a great week!

Smashbox is one of those brands where I kind of skip over when I'm at Sephora or Ulta. Not exactly sure why that is, but I was all smiles when I was gifted this palette from a friend last Christmas. I apologize for the extremely delayed review of this palette as I've been doing some makeup decluttering and didn't get a chance to test out this baby. Even though this is a limited edition palette, those like me, who aren't familiar with the brand, can have a glimpse of how their products perform or what they have to offer. So I hope you enjoy this review.