March 6, 2019

Make Up For Ever Let’s Gold Eye Palette Features 18 Earthy Tones for Spring 2019

Earthy tones? Make Up For Ever Let’s Gold Eye Palette has ’em! This new, limited edition Spring 2019 eyeshadow palette is probably one of the biggest I’ve seen from Make Up For Ever (unless you’re creating your own custom palette with their single shades) and it looks right up my alley.

With a mix of matte, metal, and chrome finishes this 18-pan eyeshadow palette contains three different tutorials to guide you in creating gorgeous looks this Spring!

Shades include:
Precious (chrome), Fortune (chrome), Treasure (chrome), Glorious (chrome), Igneous (chrome), Molten (chrome), Hotshot (metallic), Famed (metallic), Bullion (metallic), Trophy (metallic), Smelted (metallic), Jewelry (metallic), Pure (matte), Mine (matte), Digger (matte), Soil (matte), Wealthy (matte), Lavish (matte)

Now the question begins of whether or not I need this. It’s very tempting….! Very tempting….!

Make Up For Ever Let’s Gold Eye Palette is $45 and available now!

Where to buy

Sephora

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  • kjh

    I think i’ll be annoyed at the d/c of old mufe for the rest of my life, and wouldn’t consider it. Does not appeal, anyway. Good price and adequate variety, anyway.Rosier than it is gold, though.

  • Hannah

    These shades look really nice, but on first glance I thought this was a budget brand. Something about the packaging doesn’t look as high quality as I’d expect from MUFE, though I’m not sure I can pinpoint exactly what’s giving me that vibe.

    • Isabella Muse

      you know what, I didn’t think about that but you’re right! It does sort of look like one of those no frills palettes at TJ maxx or something!

  • Charlotte

    This palette reminds me a LOT of Lime Crime’s Venus XL-II – and that’s not a bad thing. I love the Venus’s color-story but I’m leery of supporting Lime Crime (plus, $65!!), so I’ve been hoping someone would come out with similar shades. Also, as a hazel-eyed person I’m loving the moss green trend!

  • Linda Whitener

    Nice colors, but instead of spending $45 I think I’d pick up the Makeup Revolution Jewel Collection Eyeshadow Palette (the “Gilded” version) at one-third the price. Looks like there’s a fair amount of overlap, color-wise. (But then, I’m a notorious tightwad.)

  • Mariele Storm

    Please, sir, may I have some more cool-toned palettes?

    For real, these warm toned palettes are killing me. Looking like I have a perpetual eye infection is just not on my beauty wishlist. But I should be glad there aren’t more cool-toned palettes… then I’d actually want to spend my money. 😛

    I will admit that the left side of this palette looks vaguely wearable, but I’m not down for $45 on half a palette I’m sure I’ve got dupes of, y’know?

      • Mariele Storm

        Ooh, I haven’t. Thanks! I think I have dupes for most of the purple/grey shades, which look the most interesting, but that pigmentation looks wonderful!