Monday, 18 July 2011

12 comments:

Lilley said...

THis looks perfect for me. Shame I own far than enough eyeshadows right now.

Have you tried the MUA Proffesional Bronzer?

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Irishenchantment said...

this is a lovely palette are they out in stores now? maybe if you try them with a shadow brush instead of sponge applicator the damage wont be as bad?

shel xx

Kirstin said...

I love those colours on the swatch! A lot nicer than I expected! x

kia said...

lovely colours, not sure I will get it yet - will have to swatch it in superdrug :) x

Corina said...

Hey, any idea where I could find MUA products in Europe? Sadly, Superdrug only sells in UK, and Google doesn't help. :(

britishbeautyblogger said...

Hi Corina.. just checked for you and in about 6 weeks time the UK web site will be equipped to send outside of UK.. so patience!

Mrs L... said...

Very pretty eye palette! You are lucky you don't have oily eyelids. I do but thank goodness for eye shadow primer! :-)

Karen said...

i have oily eyelids so I'm wondering if using an eye primer will help keep these shadows on longer (if I was to buy) and use this palette.

Corina said...

Oh, thank you so much for the great news!
Now this looks like an even cheaper alternative for Sleek palettes, I can't wait to try it :)

Andrea said...

You used the sponge applicator that came with it? I didn't think anyone actually did that! I'm sure that using the appropriate brushes would not mess up the palette in that way.

Carys said...

wow this pallete looks amazing :) for £4 i would'nt mind the coloures being a bit messed up after using them i could cope with that for the price :D

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musicndaydreams said...

I'll definitely be checking these out! Perhaps a replacement for Sleek palettes??

Lois xx