Profusion Cosmetics | Brand Introduction and Review

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A few weeks ago I was introduced to LA based brand, Profusion Cosmetics. After twenty years of success in America, Profusion took the leap and launched in the UK this month. I was kindly sent three products from their range of makeup to test out, keep reading to see how I got on...

Within this post I'll be reviewing and showcasing swatches of three palettes from Profusion Cosmetics. Their Naturals 24 Shade Eyeshadow Palette, Strobe & Glow 9 Shade Highlight Palette and Pro-Eyes 32 Piece Professional Eye Kit. 

Naturals 24 Shade Eyeshadow Palette (£12.50)

If you're looking for pigment, this is your palette! Never in all of my life have I owned such a buttery, pigmented and super versatile palette. With 24 shades ranging from super light base shades to deep and sultry plums and navys – this palette has it all, from mattes to silks and metallics to glitters. My favourite shades would have to be Amour (a deep plum hued shade), Excited (a pretty rose gold hued shade) and Pixie (a stunning and light shimmery champagne shade). See below for a full selection of swatches of each of the 24 shades from this stunning palette.



Strobe & Glow 9 Shade Highlight Palette (£12.50)

Glow baby, GLOW! This palette will have you glowing in next to no time. Complete with 9 gorgeous shades that glimmer, shimmer and glow – this stunning palette highlights and strobes your face in all of the right places. Each of the nine shades are super pigmented metallic and glittery. With warm shades, cool shades, shimmery shades and full-on glittery shades – there's a shade and hue for every makeup look, occasion and personal preference. The shade Glazed is probably my favourite shade as it's golden and extremely glitzy, just take a look at the swatches below!



Pro-Eyes 32 Piece Professional Eye Kit (£15.00)

In comparison to the Naturals 24 Shade Eyeshadow Palette, the shadows within this palette aren't as pigmented at all. The shade selection, although stunning, just isn't pigmented enough (as you can see from the swatches). The matte shades in particular are very light and airy in comparison to the matte shades in the above palette, which is a big let down if I'm being honest. The metallic shades are much more pigmented, but this doesn't make up for the poor colour pay off of the matte shades. However, the eyeshadow primer, four concealers, two brow powders, two gel liners and three brushes do make up for the poor pigment of the matte shades.


I adore Profusion Cosmetics and their amazing products. I really adore and rate the Naturals 24 Shade Eyeshadow Palette and the Strobing Palette very, very high. The Pro-Eyes Kit however, isn't really my thing as I prefer shadows with more colour pay off.

I highly recommend Profusion Cosmetics and adore the two first reviewed palettes in this post.


Profusion Cosmetics is available to buy from www.profusioncosmetics.co.uk







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  1. The Naturals palette looks gorgeous! I see this brand all the time at Target and TJ Maxx but I've never picked anything up x

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  2. It's a stunning palette – so pigmented, beautiful and blendable too! You should definitely pick something up my love! Love from Mollie xxx

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  3. I love their products, great price and really nice quality

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