Plus, it contains a blush, a bronzer, a setting powder and a highlighter. The hard plastic makes it study and the mirrors are nice too. But I am 50, so when I was younger makeup was just makeup. Side Hustle was especially disappointing and really needed the wet brush. For anyone curious, I'd like to share that it was determined that no more than 50 palettes could have possibly been impacted within the two batches of the Wants that were found to have this problem. The powders are soft in texture but still have some firmness to them.
Joy is a beautiful, coral-peach with a slight sheen and gives a wonderful glow to the cheeks. Youtuber, , recently released her first ever collaboration with Makeup Revolution, The Emily Edit, consisting of an eyeshadow palette called The Wants and a face palette called The Needs. Most of the shimmers in the palette worked fine on the lid but Belle Violet, Pizzazz, and Heart Beat applied better using a wet brush. It the companion palette that you need when you are missing something and don't want to look around for another palette, you can grab this one and it will have that staple piece that you need. Her reviews are always spot on and she features a really wide array of different products. As for the eyeshadows, the selection is decent, though I wish these was a shade between Faith and Peace. I can't compare this to any other Makeup Revolution shadow formulas, as this is the first palette I have tried.
I am so tired of seeing the same flashy, fake YouTubers get most of the collab opportunities. No referral links, surveys, giveaways, or seeking to buy or sell! Comparing Gratitude and Kindness, they apply virtually the same on my skin. Makeup Revolution recently collaborated with Emily Noel, a popular YouTuber, on 2 palettes: The Needs, a collection of face powders and eyeshadows, and The Wants, a 24 pan eyeshadow palette. Kindness is a pressed translucent powder. I'm just thankful that mine didn't have it because I've been using that thing almost everyday because I enjoy the colors in it.
You can create countless looks and endless creativity. It all depends what you're looking for in a shadow. I love rose gold, so this gets a thumbs up from me! Review of the new The Emily Edit the wants palette with Makeup Revolution. The rest of the mattes were on the sheerer side, and I had significant problems with Corduroy, which I was pretty bummed about. The glitter did make it a bit gritty, but didn't add too much of a noticeable shine to the eyes. Makeup Revolution The Emily Edit: The Needs Palette back of box The back of the box see photo above has a picture showing the products contained inside. For this look I used The Cream all over the lid as a base shadow, Prayer with Midwest through the crease, Laugh Cry to deepen the crease, Cheer in the outer corner, and Cupcake on the inner lid and Hearbeat on the outer lid.
I think it's wonderful that someone like Emily was able to collaborate and create a product so close to her. I think this palette ticks all the boxes for anyone who wants to streamline their make-up application, have everything to hand in one place or have a travel friendly option. There are more matte shades in this palette so at least the matte formula is very good and pigmented. I've been trying these out for the last month and, boy, I have some major thoughts about these palettes. Courage is a warm toned bronzer. Shade Description s : The Cream — white cream, matte finish Midwest — light tan, matte finish Oh Heavens! The colour range is really nice and appealing to the eye as you have your neutral warm tones and cool tones in one palette. Overall, I think that this is a solid, fantastic palette for anyone who wants some everyday essentials in one place, or for those looking for a travel friendly option.
This is great to have, especially in the larger pan size. Some people have found it on palettes they purchased in store while others have found mold on palettes they purchased online. The idea is to have a big eye palette, The Wants, with different tones and shades to unleash your creativity! The setting powder can work under my eyes or to set my eyeshadow. I do love the shade selection but wish there was one shimmer shade. Both palettes contain matte and shimmer eyeshadows.
En estos momentos no está a la venta porque al parecer hubo un problema con una partida de estas paletas y las están volviendo a fabricar, pero seguro que volverán a sacarla a la venta pronto. Face Products: This palette has a bronzer, blush, highlighter and a setting powder. I like her because she loves makeup! As for me, I felt like I needed to reach to another palette in my collection to complete a look. Las sombras brillantes en cambio, tienen una pigmentación buenísima. She created 2 looks with both palettes. Si queremos un aspecto más natural, debemos aplicar poca cantidad.
I used this palette for my most recent Palette of the Week, so I have 5 looks with The Wants palette: I used The Cream as a base over the whole lid, Midwest through the crease as the transition shade, Dues Paid to deepen the crease, Top Story all over the lid, Pi Phi patted on the outer corner and Oh Heavens! Revolution's owner Adam Minto told me they suspect it has something to do with the aluminum pans holding the product in these batches. Which is so awesome because they are so affordable and their stuff is actually very decent and good! I do like the idea behind this palette and it would be a nice all-in-one palette if the colors work for you. However, this does not show up that much on the skin. Gratitude is a subtle highlight that can be built up or worn more subtle. Below are swatches of each shade being built up on my arm. Click through to read my thoughts, see swatches, and my warning before purchasing. Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below.