Monday, 16 September 2013

Review// MUA Undressed Eyeshadow Palette

Review Time (yayyyyy) and you are bound to have heard of this one. The whole blogging world has been set a twitter by the MUA Undressed Eyeshadow palette that was released this summer. It has became such a buzz as it mimics the rather fabulous (and expensive) Urban Decay Naked palette. I have yet to own the Naked palette and after reading so many reviews, decided I would try this one first. This little beauty costs just £4 for 12 different shades.

First things first, for just £4 you cannot ask for fancy packaging. That being said, this looks really neat and classic. So far so good. The back (seen above) shows the numbered eye shadows which is always handy and is utilized by  tutorials on You Tube. If you have time (and if you do buy this, I would recommend to do) check out the various tutorials as there is a surprisingly wide variety of different looks online.

Included in the set is also a two headed eyeshadow tool. Presumably, you use one end for the lighter shades and darker on the others. I have a large collection of brushes that I use to apply my eyeshadow so I probably wont make use of this but it is a useful tool for people who may not have brushes.

 The range of shades begins with shade one, a light shimmery white to a dark grey/blue and a range of brown and gold shades in between. With just these colours you can create a great range of looks which will suit blue, brown and green eyes. Most of the colours are a shimmery consistency, and only two with a matte finish.

(Swatch starting top left with shade one until shade 12 bottom right)

Because I don't own the Urban Decay Naked Palette, I can't compare. That being said, there are so many reviews online that do just that, I don't feel the need to go too much into a comparison. As far as the quality is concerned, for £4 I am very impressed with the ability to blend and the finish of these eye shadows. You can find that there is a lot of fall out after using, but not as much as you may find in other high street eye shadows. Shades 3 and 5 are not really that visible on the swatch but these colours are usually the best at defining your eye crease whilst still looking natural.

Overall, I am very impressed and will definitely be using this on a day to day basis. Great quality for the price and excellent value for money. Happy customer!

Thanks again for reading and if you have any suggestions of products I should try please comment below.

Lots of love,

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