Freedom Makeup: Review & First Thoughts

Freedom Makeup

New makeup brand alert! I get so excited when a new cosmetic brand is created, and at a cheap price too it’s an offer I can’t miss. From the makers of Makeup Revolution comes the new brand Freedom Makeup.

At first glance it’s hard not to compare the brand to Makeup Revolution, the website has very similar features. Plus, a few products are alike, for example, Freedom have a Pro Blush Palette in Bronze and Baked which resembles Revolutions’ Ultra Blush and Contour Palette in Golden Sugar.

But enough of that, let’s get down to what I purchased!

Pro Eyebrow Kit

Pro Eyebrow Kit

Can never have too many brow kits! I got the shade light/medium as I’m very paranoid of going too dark. The kit includes mini tweezers and a mini double ended angled brush, now, I haven’t tried the tweezers but the brush, no love. It’s stiffer and a lot wider than I’m use to, where as I prefer a more flexible and thinner angled brush as I have more control, getting the perfect brow shape. (£3.50, purchase here)

Pro Lipsticks


(L to R: 112 – 119 – 117)

Pro Lipsticks

At a pound it’s hard to say no, but what is hard is choosing! I find that some websites shades look different in real life so I didn’t want to get many just in case, selecting 112 Sooner or Later (here), 119 Adorn (here) and 117 Juicy Lips (here). All shades look gorgeous and very moisturising but sheer, doing the swatch picture I had to layer the lipsticks up to bring out the true colours. However, for £1 you can’t really complain.



Bronzed Professional Pro Warm

I started using gradual tanner on my body two weeks ago which resulted in my body being darker but my face staying pale. So currently I’m using bronzers as a face powder to match the rest of me. I thought I’d try this product as there’s a mix of shades so I can easily match my body, while avoiding the horrid orange face! (£4, purchase here)

And that’s it!

Overall, it’s a great affordable brand for people just starting out, being creative or just adding to their makeup collection (aka me!). However, I don’t understand why the brand is separate from Makeup Revolution, they’re made by the same people. If the two combined it would save me money on shipping fees, probably resulting in buying more products and getting free delivery. Maybe I’m just being fussy, but if you want to check out the brand yourself you can do so here.

Have you already brought anything from Freedom Makeup? Tell me below.




2 thoughts on “Freedom Makeup: Review & First Thoughts

  1. I have never heard of Freedom makeup before but love that this is from the people behind Makeup Revolution. The Pro eyebrow kit looks amazing, I’d probably switch the brush and use my trusty Anastasia one 🙂

    Charlee XO | CharmedCharlee

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