Monday, 5 May 2014

Mua Undress Me Too Palette Review

Hey! Sorry for the slight gap between my last post it's because I have been so busy recently especially revising for my final exams! I decided to do my first blog review for this post.

I recently bought the MUA undress me too palette as I has heard lots of good reviews and even heard it was a dupe for one of the naked palettes! It's only £4 which is so affordable and I loved the colours in this palette. I am going to show you the palette and give swatches for each individual shade too.

The colours are mainly neutrals as well as a few metallic shades which create a great smokey eye. I love the range of colours this palette offers and how pigmented the eyeshadows are too! I also love the mix of matte and metallic shades which can be mixed to create beautiful natural or bold looks. The only small thing I would change about the palette is changing the foam applicator to a brush so that the colours would be easier to apply.




The first colour in the palette is called Naked and is a great base colour as it looks natural and creates a light colour to build other eyeshadows onto.



The second colour in the palette is called Tranquil,  it is slightly metallic and has a little bit of shimmer which I really like but it is still a natural shade.



The next colour is called Devotion this is one of my favourite shades in the palette becuase it has lots of shimmer, it looks so pretty and it is great for a stand out eyeshadow look.



Exposed is the next shade in this palette, it is a grey/brown tone and only has a little bit of metallic glitter which means it works well in a smokey eye look.




Then is the shade Shy, this is again is a natural eye shsdow and is a very similar colour to Naked but this has a slight shimmer.




Reveal is a light brown colour which looks natural and can be worn as a day to day eyeshadow and again it does have a little hint of shimmer.





The next shade is called Fiery, this is a really pretty copper coloured shade which I particularly like because it is different to any other eyeshadow I own.





Wink is again a natural brown shade which a very small amount of shimmer which makes it ideal foe everyday no makeup look. I find this shade works very well with Reveal.



Next is Lavish which is one of the matte shades of the palette it is a pretty shade and I use it as a base colour because it works with other colours and compliments nearly all of the brown and grey shades in the palette.




The next shade in the palette is called obsessed and is a dark metallic brown which I use in the outer corner and crease of my eye because it works so well with the other neutral shades in the palette and looks good in a smokey eye.



Dreamy is a really pretty metallic golden brown tone which I love in a gold eye look. It's a really versatile colour because it can be worn in a natural daily look or in an evening look.


The final colour in the palette is Corrupt, it's a black matte shade which can be used as a great alternative to eyeliner or in dark smokey eye look.



I really love this palette and I think it's a bargain at only £4 so I would definitely recommend it to everyone! I also can't wait to look at the other palettes MUA sell in their range to add to my collection.

Em



6 comments:

  1. I've heard a lot about this recently - it really does look great! :) Good luck with your revision/exams :)

    Style Sunrise

    :) x

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  2. Yeah me too I'd seen it in a lot of blogs and vlogs! Thankyou it's very stressful!
    Em x

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  3. I've nominated you for the Liebster Award!! I'm doing my exams too, super stressful right?

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  4. Thankyou so much for the nomination!! Yeah I am super stressed my first exam is on Monday!
    Em x

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  5. This review was really useful, thank you! I may have to make a purchase of it now! maireadfwarner.blogspot.co.uk/

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  6. Thankyou, I'm happy that the post helped you! I would definitely recommend it, the palette is one of my favourites.
    Em x

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