So I was recently contacted by MakeupGeek to try out some more of their products! The company offered to send me 12 eyeshadows, 5 pigments, and 2 gel liners! I was so flattered and excited to try out more products from MUG, so I jumped on the opportunity! I am going to split this review up into 3 parts, just so that there isn't one massively long post! I am going to start off with the shadows! I really hope that you all enjoy this review and find it to be helpful!
- Each photo was taken in artificial light.
- Swatch photos were taken with flash.
- Swatches were done over Lorac Behind The Scenes Eye Primer.
|Beaches & Cream|
|Left to Right: Bling, Beaches & Cream, Creme Brulee, Cinderella, Cupcake, Hipster|
Beaches & Cream: Beaches & Cream is the perfect transition shade! It's an almost skin tone shadow is is great as a base color to aid with blending. This shadow has a slight hint of orange but it is a more neutral shadow.
Creme Brulee: Creme Brulee is a matte warm toned, light brown shadow. I would compare this shadow to MAC Cork.
Cinderella: Cinderella is a gorgeous light rose gold pink with a satin finish.
Cupcake: Cupcake is a matte dusty rose pink shadow. This shadow would be great to do a smokey eye with and use as a transition color in the crease!
Hipster: Hipster is a cool toned taupe shadow that has a satin finish. This shadow has a slight gray undertone to it.
|From Left to Right: Taupe Notch, Latte, Last Dance, Drama Queen, Mermaid, Nautica|
Latte: Latte is a matte, warm toned deep brown shadow
Last Dance: Last Dance is a reddened purple with a slight hint of pink. This shadow has a satin finish.
Drama Queen: Drama Queen is a beautiful deep purple with almost a hint of black as a base. This shadow has a satin finish.
Mermaid: Mermaid is a vibrant sea foam/blue shadow. This shadow has a satin finish.
Nautica: Nautica is a gorgeous royal blue with a satin finish.
As you can see, these shadows are incredibly pigmented. The matte finish shadows blend like a dream and I don't ever notice any streaking or skipping in my crease when I am blending. The satin finishes have no glitter in them but have a gorgeous slight shimmer. They are impeccable shadows.
I always use MUG shadows in my everyday wear and I use them a lot in my tutorials as well. I find that I gravitate more to them than my MAC shadows ( I know, shocker!!!).
I would highly recommend you try out these shadows. They are definitely worth every cent!
You can purchase the pan shadows here for $5.99 each. Each pan contains 1.8 grams of product.
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