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Posted by on Nov 11, 2013 in Makeup | 0 comments

MUA – Undress Me Too Eyeshadow Palette

MUA – Undress Me Too Eyeshadow Palette

I know that all the beauty blogs are full of reviews of this Undress Me Too Eyeshadow Palette from MUA. I have tried to make this review a bit different from everyone else’s by actually creating 3 different looks using the palette. I think the reason that this palette has been reviewed so much is firstly because it is just such great value and everyone can afford to buy it, and secondly because it contains such a great array of neutral colours. The Undress Me Too palette contains 12 round eyeshadows in a range of nude beiges and browns with a mixture of shimmery and matt finishes, and a small double ended sponge applicator (in general I don’t mind sponge applicators although I do find this one a bit hard). The shadows have actually been named which I think is great, so often MUA just gives its colours number references of ‘Shade 1, Shade 2….’ etc which is a trait that I’m not keen on. The base of the...

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Posted by on Sep 8, 2013 in Makeup | 1 comment

MUA – Undressed Eyeshadow Palette

MUA – Undressed Eyeshadow Palette

I know what you’re thinking… ‘Not another review of MUA’s Undressed Eyeshadow Palette…’. Well yes, apologies, it is another review of MUA’s bestselling Undressed Eyeshadow Palette, but I’ve tried to make this review a bit different from everyone else’s by actually creating 3 different looks using the palette. I think the reason that this palette has been reviewed so much is firstly because it is just such great value and everyone can afford to buy it, and secondly because it contains such a great array of neutral colours. The Undressed palette contains 12 round eyeshadows in a range of nude beiges, browns and greys with a mixture of shimmery and matt finishes, and a small double ended sponge applicator (I know some people don’t like sponge applicators, but I don’t mind them and I find you get less powder ‘drop off’ with a sponge applicator than you do with a brush). The shadows are all named ‘Shade 1, Shade 2….’ etc which is an MUA trait that I’m not...

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