Planet Revolution First Impressions| JustNadiene

Planet Revolution Review | JustNadiene

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The latest Revolution launch is planet Revolution, a clean evolution beauty brand. Offering clean formulations, conscious packaging and affordable choice, Revolution is once again disturbing the beauty industry. Most importantly planet Revolution is acting as a testbed for the entire Revolution business.

Planet Revolution’s product range includes accessories make-up and skincare. I purchased a selection from the range, which I will review in this post.

Planet Revolution Eyeshadow Palette

Planet Revolution Earth Marble Eyeshadow Palette £18

The world’s first recyclable palette is made from Fibreformtm which is actually wood pulp making it biodegradable. Inside there are six shades with a mixture of both matte and shimmers. There is a selection of 6 palettes so far and all formulas are 100% vegan and cruelty-free.

It performed to the same standard as all the Revolution brand palettes with the shimmers offering a high amount of sparkle which is what I always enjoy. The tones are quite cool in this particular palette which is worth noting is worth noting if you have a warmer skin tone.

Planet Revolution Serum

The Clean Hydration Makeup Serum £10

Formulated with hyaluronic acid and grapefruit to provide skin with some much-needed hydration and leave it feeling refreshed. The bottle is made from glass making it recyclable although the rubber stopper and gold cap are not.

The serum is a lot more fluid than I expected so better when placed in the palms before application. It provides a very refreshing feeling to the skin after use.

Planet Revolution

Re-usable Beauty buds £5

Inside the PCR container are 2 reusable cotton buds. Easy to clean and 100% cruelty-free and vegan.

These have generally been something I have been looking to try as I do like to use a beauty bud to tidy up both my eye looks and brows. I find I do need to use a firmer hand to get them to perform to the same standard as a disposable one. Outside of that, I love they come in a container so I don’t lose them as easily and also they just wipe clean after use.

True Moisture Mattifying Olive Moisturiser £10

Described as a ‘mild moisture gel’ with mattifying abilities. It uses a combination of upcycled olive stone powder (salvaged from olive oil production in Spain) with upcycled rice powder and moisturising squalane from olives to be simple but hydrating.

The moisturiser is certainly between a gel and a cream which I really didn’t expect to be actually true. It is very lightweight and a surprisingly small amount goes a long way. I probably use a little less than a pea-sized amount for my entire face.

Multi-use colour crayon nude £6

The multi-use crayon comes in a selection of 8 shades. With a creamy formula to make it easy to blend and use all over the face.

Planet Revolution

Colour Pot Lip & Cheek Tint £6

This comes in a selection of 5 shades. Each can be used all over the face and look great without any other makeup on.

I do love colour pots in the summer as they make it look like you made an effort when really you are too hot to really care. The shades cover a fair amount of skin tones and the products are buildable so you can have either a hint of colour or more intense. I do hope they add a coral shade as to the range though as I feel this would work nicely with tones similar to me who don’t want to quite go full pink or red.

Detoxifying Coffee Eye Cream £8

Made with a blend of green coffee seed extract (recovered from coffee bean processing) and plant-derived squalane the eye cream detoxifies and smooths the skin around the eye area.

I used this every day after purchase and I really liked that it was light but moisturising. You only need the smallest amount to cover both under eyes so it was better value for money than I expected.

If you want to try them for yourself then the Planet Revolution is available on their website or at stockists including Beauty bay, Superdrug and ASOS.



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