MUA – Eyeshadow Trio in Legendary
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A couple of months ago I purchased a huge MUA make-up haul, and included within it was this Trio Eyeshadow in Legendary. I really love MUA’s budget make-up and it’s great for trying out new colours and trends if you don’t want to shell out a lot of money.
Want to see what else I bought in my MUA haul? Have a look here.
This MUA Eyeshadow Trio palette consists of three eyeshadow colours – a dark pinky brown powder shadow with ripples of chocolate brown running through it, a pinky peach powder shadow with undertones of gold and finally a pale cream coloured powder shadow with ripples of pink and chocolate running through it. The rippled colour effects remind me a bit of ice cream! Nestled inside the palette there is also a small double-ended foam applicator – I don’t usually mind using these applicators as I find you get less powder drop-off than from a brush, but the thin end on this one is very difficult to use.
You can see the colours clearly on the close-up image below.
To get the look below I applied the palest cream shimmery shadow all over the eye area right up to under the brow bone. Then I applied the mid pinky peach colour all over the eyelid, and used the darkest brown colour as an accent on the outer corner of my eyelid. I love how these colours look in the palette, but I don’t really think that the middle colour, the pinky peach, really suits my colouring – it makes me look as if I have red, sore eyelids. I do love the palest colour though, it would make a good shimmer wash to use as a base underneath any other eyeshadow colour, or you could use it as a highlighter and just rub a little onto the browbone or cheekbones using your finger.
I have found that the colours apply to the skin much paler than they look in the palette and you have to apply quite a lot to get a deeper colour. There is also quite a lot of shimmer/glitter drop-off from these shadows too that takes quite a bit of tidying up after applying them. I think they look beautiful together in the swatch image below though.
If you like the look of these MUA Eyeshadow Trios you might like to read my review of MUA Eyeshadow Trio in Blue Babe.
UPDATE 17th Jan 2018 – Sadly MUA have discontinued their Eyeshadow Trios in favour of larger palettes. Check out their huge collection of eyeshadow palettes, there are some great ones available, starting from just £3.50 for 6 eyeshadows, right up to 25 eyeshadow palettes for just £8.
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