For those interested in the Undressed Too Eyeshadow Palette I decided to review MUA Makeup Academy Undressed Eyeshadow Palette today. Although the color selection differs from the new palette you can still get a feel for the formula, pigmentation, etc….as I’ve found many of their palettes are consistent quality wise.
Let’s take a look!
Coffreet D’Or Shine Fit Eyes are kinda the younger hipper sister of the old Coffret D’Or Fluffy Shine Eyes launched many a moon ago. Packaging is revamped, it’s now a cream versus a mousse, and the sparkle finish is here too.
I loved the Fluffy Shine Eyes myself and hated to see them go so I was happy when the Shine Fit Eyes launched as I thought it would be a similar product to fill the missing void Fluffy Shine Eyes left.
Take a look!
Who’s up for reliving the 80’s with the new Make Up For Ever Technicolor Eyeshadow Palette ($45)? I see neons I think 80’s! Leg warmers, scrunchies, pop beads….remember pop beads? Come on there has to be someone that remember those.
Technically the Make Up For Ever Technicolor Palette is an eight shadow collection of classic neutrals and statement colors inspired by 1930’s cinematic transition from black-and-white motion picture to color imagery.
But I’m just seeing the 80’s flash before my eyes.
I remember when Pop Lid Neon was kinda my absolutely need to have item back in 2008 and this palette kinda got me all nostalgic about it (god going back to that post I am literally scared of my bad swatch photos! haha!).
So do you need the Technicolor Palette?
I feel like Emily the Strange this morning wearing NARS Persia Single Eyeshadow. It creates that sunken in goth girl eye look. I used it with a bit of brown as the shade is too intense to be worn alone. Even though, if it was up to me, I’d probably wear it all over my lid and happily go around with bright tangerine lids.
Shrug, I’ve worn weirder shades in the past I’m sure.
Love bright shades of orange?
You need this!
I have a thing for hot pink eyes this Spring contrasted with black and the new Dior Couture Colour Eyeshadow Palette Cherie Bow Edition in Rose Charmeuse is the perfect way to get the look.
I would never think hot pink and black would be a good pairing but I must say it makes my brown eyes look huge and sultry!