Hot Spice Blush Palette

Makeup Revolution Hot Spice Blush Palette

I’m not a big wearer of blush, so love blush palettes. I don’t need a full-sized product but love being able to dip into multiple tones. Aesthetically the Makeup Revolution Hot Spice Blush Palette is gorgeous. At just £6.00 I decided to treat myself and see if this product lives up to the hype.

The Hot Spice blush palette contains eight shades. Two baked blushes with gorgeous marbling which remind me of MAC’s mineralise blushes. Three mattes and three shimmers. The shimmers have very finely milled glitter which I like. I hate chunky glitter in a blush.

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Hot Spice Blush Palette

The Hot Spice Blush Palette is described on the website as a blush, contour and highlight palette. Although the matte which shades I assume are intended for contouring are far too warm for me. All shades have pink / orange undertones. It’s definitely more of a cheek palette for me.


The marbled highlighting shades are highly pigmented. Slightly more pigmented than I would expect for a highlighter but they do blend out well. All shades are too pigmented so should be used carefully. Once I got the hang of how to get the best from this palette, I loved it. I like to mix all shades together to create a lovely blush tone.

There is a lot of fallout from this palette and the powders are slightly chalky. However for the price I think working around this is well worth it. The packaging is simple but effective. The plastic casing houses the powders and prevents fallout from exiting the compact.

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11 Responses

  1. Oooh thank you so much for this! The revolution palette is on my wishlist at the moment – while the others looked great its the only cruelty free one so is certainly the best pick for me 🙂

    Alice | Whiskey Jars Blog

    1. Sadly whilst it’s not tested on animals, it does contain CI 77491 which can be derived from animals, specifically cochineal bugs *I think*. You can read more about that here – but it’s worth checking. I read they are working towards going vegan in future as they get a lot of requests though so fingers crossed. I’m not sure if you’re fully cruelty free or not so if you get it I hope you enjoy! But I wanted to make sure you didn’t get the impression it was cruelty free from this post if you are <3

      1. Oh not at all! Thank you 🙂 I was aware they weren’t fully vegan but as I’m not vegan myself it feels faaaaairly hypocritical to stick to vegan products! I DO take issue with things not being CF.. I don’t know – maybe that’s a strange line to tow? Haha! I just feel like there is a difference between animal testing and animal products.. It’s a difficult one 🙂 Thank you for thinking of me and adding that info though! <3

        1. Ah that’s all good then. I don’t know about it being hypocritical, I think it’s entirely up to the individual as food is considerably more important than makeup, it’s an easier step to be vegan with makeup than it is food for example but I know what you mean! No I agree with you 100%, animal testing is another kettle of fish entirely as it’s so unnecessary. Thanks for your comments & reading the post. I hope you enjoy the palette 🙂 x

    2. It’s worth noting the Glow Kit is vegan *I think* but they’re definitely a CF brand & are on the PETA / Leaping Bunny lists x

  2. Baked Blushers are so pretty, I’ve always wanted one just because of how beautiful they look! I really want the Make Up Revolution palette but I already have too many blushers I need to finish up first!

    Sally – DiagonSally

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