Soph X Revolution extra spice palette review

Hello everyone,

I was so excited when sophdoesnails once again announced she would be collaborating with Revolution, especially after the success of her previous palettes.  Her new palette with Revolution is called extra spice and it comes in gorgeous rose gold packaging and her signature on the palette is nude. She has reversed the packaging to her previous palette, I really like this idea.  Another change, would be that she has put the names onto the palette instead of on a plastic sheet like before, this is so helpful as I was constantly loosing the sheet.
The palette retails for £10 super affordable! The palette is for sale  on Revolution beauty and Superdrug online and in store as of now. She also releases 3 nude lipsticks called syrup, cake and fudge. I am just reviewing the palette today. However, let me know in the comments if you would like to see a review on these 3 lipsticks and I will do one.

This palette offers a range of shades some neutral and some that are much more vibrant pops of colour.

Packaging -

The packaging is very aesthetically pleasing. However, the only criticism I have is that the reflective rose gold packaging is impractical and can get very mucky quickly and it is a bit annoying to have to clean it all the time from fingerprints. It is pretty and this is only a small criticism.

Pigmentation -

The pigmentation of the shadows are really good. They are vibrant and opaque. The shimmers give a really bold and beautiful sheen to the eyes and can be built up to increase the intensity. I personally don't wet these shadows, this is because I feel as though the pigmentation is good enough without it.


Everyday - very pale purple with a white shift, duo chrome finish
Vitamin C - Yellow, matte finish
Brownies - deep brown, matte finish
Running Late - orange, matte finish
Sweet N Sour - electric orange, matte finish
Chocolate Orange - light brown, matte finish
Infinity - silver, metallic finish
Twenty One - red with a pink shift, matte finish
Mulled Wine - red violet, matte finish

Cheesecake - chestnut brown, matte finish 
Romance - burgundy with a pink shift, shimmer finish 
LA Sun - gold, shimmer finish 
Cookie Dough - soft brown, matte finish 
Enchanted - wine purple, matte finish 
Aurora - khaki green, shimmer finish 
Dreams - warm champagne, shimmer finish 
Lakes - dark olive green, matte finish
Reputation - charcoal black, matte finish 

One of the best aspects of this palette, besides the amazing quality, is the fact that it is cruelty free and vegan. It is also only £10! Therefore, making it affordable and something everyone can try. 

Pros - 

Cruelty free
Great quality
Amazing pigmentation
Blend able
Offers a varied amount of shades.
Suitable for all skin tones

Cons -

Packaging isn't practical
Less shades than her first collaboration palette
Less quantity per shadow than the first collaboration palette.  

Worth it? -

In my opinion, this palette is 100% worth it. It is affordable and offers a range of different shades suitable for all skin tones. There are so many looks that you could create with this palette, demonstrating its versatility.
The first palette by Soph x Revolution was one of my favourite palettes in my collection. However, this palette is just as good and is quickly becoming a favourite too!

Thank you for reading.
Sadie xoxo

Have you tried any of the Soph x Revolution palettes?

You can purchase Soph's second collaboration palette with Revolution - here


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