Friday, 23 January 2015

MUA Twelfth Night Palette

MUA have done it again with another amazing palette. I am always so surprised when I try out these £4 palettes, because for the price you can't really have high hopes, but they are always so incredible, and the Twelfth Night palette is no exception.


Each shadow is buttery in texture and extremely blendable on the eyelids. Not only this but there is not one shadow in the palette with a bad colour payoff. With a mix of cool and warm tones, and neutrals and colours this is a super versatile palette. 



I only have a few negative things to say about this palette, the first is that I found after a while the shadows did crease on my lids, but that was without a primer. The second problem I had was that there was a slight amount of fall down when I applied the shadows, but this is always expected with shimmery colours. All of this was forgotten however when I turned the palette over and saw the cute names. Does anyone else get annoyed when makeup is given boring names?

1. Ice 2. Myth 3. Frost 4. Oudh 5. Coal 6. Fir 

7. Hush 8. All Spice 9. Ivy 10. Plum 11. Enchant 12. Star Shine
All Spice is a very similar shadow to MAC Club in the way that it has more of a brown/red tone when it is applied to the lid, but when it catches the light it definitely looks green. It looks lovely with Ivy blended on the inner half of the lid (as shown below). The other shadow which I have absolutely loved using is Oudh which is a very shimmery warm gold, which looks perfect on its own across the lid. 




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