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Thursday, 28 May 2015

MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic : Swatches & Review.

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MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic
The MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic retails for $42US or $49CAN for 9 x 0.06 oz worth of product. Basically each pan is 6/7th the size of the Artist Shadow pans at 0.07 oz. This contains all permanent product from MUFE but not all of the shades sold in this palette are sold individually at Sephora either. ;)

MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic box.
MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic box back.
Ingredients
MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic cover.
MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Volume 2 – Artistic back.
Instruction booklet cover same as palette art.
Instruction booklet. Has 3 looks with the trio's.
I-872 Pearly Pink, D-552 Crystalline Gray Beige, ME-512 Golden Beige, ME-910 Electric Magenta, ME-232 Turquoise Blue, ME-700 Amber, S-924 Purple, ME-302 Peacock, ME-930 Black Purple.

Products: Most of these shadows are buttery in nature and VERY pigmented. I found the shadows glide on with little effort as well. Formula wise these all seem to have the same base formula, The difference is that the shades themselves are shimmery or metallic in finish.

I stand for iridescent which these shades have a translucent quality to the colour shift they posses.
D stand for Diamond and these shades have a brilliant shimmer.
ME is for Metallic finish and they have a high shine to the shades.
S is for Satin and these shade can be either low luster matte or pearly in finish.


Colour:
I-872 Pearly Pink is a white base shade with a pale pink shimmer.
D-552 Crystalline Gray Beige is a pale cool beige with white shimmer.
ME-512 Golden Beige is a pale gold frost.
ME-910 Electric Magenta is a hot blue based pink with a satin finish. (Not sold at Sephora)
ME-232 Turquoise Blue is a bright blue with a pearl finish. (Not sold at Sephora)
ME-700 Amber is a light warm gold with a metallic finish.
S-924 Purple is a almost matte blue based purple. (Not sold at Sephora)
ME-302 Peacock is a is vivid teal based on a red brown. This shade can pull completely teal or smoked out to show more of the brown. 
ME-930 Black Purple is a dark warm purple based on a blackened brown. Again smoked out you will see more of the black brown in this shade but it still reads more plum over all.

Wear: They last 6-8 hours on their own.

Packaging: Cardboard magnetic palette with a mirror. It crazy heavy thought because both the mirror is thick and the palette base is made up of dense card stock to make the wells for the eyeshadows. The artwork on the two Artist Palettes are the same except this on has more vibrant colour strokes than the Volume 1.

Shadow popped out.
The palette comes with a magnetic base that make this palette shadows removable but they also GLUE the pans down into. The glue is rubbery so you can lift the shadows out with a knife or a pointed tip spatula.

Also compared to the Urban Decay Electric palette the pans in both have the same width but the MUFE ones are deeper to hold 0.02 oz more or product. The UD ones are 0.04oz but you get 10 shades compared to 9 in the Artist palettes. 

Daylight swatches: I-872 Pearly Pink, D-552 Crystalline Gray Beige, & ME-512 Golden Beige.
Flash swatches: I-872 Pearly Pink, D-552 Crystalline Gray Beige, & ME-512 Golden Beige.
Daylight swatches: ME-910 Electric Magenta, ME-232 Turquoise Blue, & ME-700 Amber.
Flash swatches: ME-910 Electric Magenta, ME-232 Turquoise Blue, & ME-700 Amber.
Daylight swatches: S-924 Purple, ME-302 Peacock, & ME-930 Black Purple.
Flash swatches: S-924 Purple, ME-302 Peacock, & ME-930 Black Purple.
Verdict:
This is another REALLY good deal product wise and the single shadows retails for $24CAN. This palette basically covers the price of two shade with 6.75 extra shades!

Also this one contains more "artist" colours in the sense they one not sold at Sephora are more along the lines of pure tones.

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