If you know me personally, you'll know that i never wear any eye makeup besides mascara. However not because i don't like eye shadow, but because i suck at it. Whenever i try to recreate a look, i always end up looking like someone has punched me in the eye, or ive had an allergic reaction -as fun as that sounds, its not quite the look i was going for. However i'm going to try practice the art of eye shadow application. (ooh fancy) As a beginer to the eye shadow world i didn't want to spend a lot of money on eye shadows for me to completely demolish them, yet i wanted a range that were affordable and were still good quality. -To which i stumbled upon the 'MUA Undress me too palette' which i had read a lot of good reviews about online.
Colours L-R obsessed, corrupt, wink, Reveal
MUA UNDRESS ME TOO PALETTE £4
As you can see from the pictures, the packaging is a white, simple palette -which i'm not too fussed on if i'm honest, i think it looks a bit cheap, but for £4 what can you expect. (I much preferred the packaging on the original undress me palette) Inside it comes with a double ended sponge applicator which i personally wouldn't use, but would defiantly be handy if you were new to makeup and don't own any brushes.
The eye shadows in the pallet are all neutral colours, 3 being matte and the other 9 being shimmery. (i think)
I was really surprised by the long wear ability of these eye shadows. They stay on all day, only the colour moving slightly, however can easily be stopped by using a decent eye shadow primer. Recently I've been using the colour 'obsessed' to fill in my eye brows and it has been working really well -I'm thoroughly impressed considering how affordable the palette is.
The pigmentation is great, which you can see in the above picture (the colour are just random swatches of a few from the palette)
Overall I really recommend this palette, especially if you are young and only just getting started in makeup as the palette is great quality and very affordable.
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