The Acid Brights palette comes with a generous selection of 12 shades. I've not tested each one out yet but so far I love the pigmentation and brightness in almost all of the colours. The white shadow is the exception as it doesn't show up much. The palette comes with a double ended sponge applicator which can be useful to 'pack' on colour but I tend to use a soft brush to blend. Bright colours, especially for eyes are not my thing at all but I'm trying to be more adventurous with my makeup and feel I can get away with these brighter colours in the Summer more than any other time. This is the perfect palette to take to a festival.
For this look above I used the deep pink on the far left of the palette all over my lids, adding some bright orange into the inner corners and blending a mix of orange and yellow into the crease and under the brow. I did add a touch of the lime green under my brow bone too, blended with the yellow/orange. Pop a bit of the purple and deep pink under the eye to tie it all together. I didn't really plan what I was doing I just shoved some colour on my eyes and hoped for the best. I quite like the 'sunset' theme to these colours and it reminds me of a cocktail I used to make in my old bar job called a Malibu Sunrise!
I'm keen to try out a fresher look with the blues and greens too. These colours are available individually on Revolution's website too for £1 each. They also have more subtle palettes that have been said to replicate Urban Decay's Naked palettes. I'm pretty impressed I just hope this brand stick to their promise to produce quality products at very low prices. I'd grab hold of these palettes now, I predict they'll be a sell out.