Well, I think Make Up For Ever has done it again. By now I’m sure you’ve all seen at least a few of the 210 shades of Artist Shadows that MUFE released this summer in celebration of their 30th anniversary. The range of colours is incredible, from pure white to coal black, there isn’t a colour they haven’t created. There are 5 finishes, matte, satin, iridescent, metallic and diamond.
MUFE kindly sent me two of the Artist Shadows to try based on my eye colour and colour preferences. Of course I love purple shades, and having green eyes means that purple tones will make them pop. I received shades I916 Frosted Mauve and ME930 Black Purple. Frosted Mauve is a pretty, light lilac shade. Black Purple is a dramatic, smokey eggplant shade with a bit of glitter. Frosted Mauve is a great highlighting shade, while I’ve been using Black Purple in my crease and as a liner.
Both shades are very pigmented (the Artist Shadows offer up to 88% pigmentation, which is the highest on the market!), but Black Purple is even more proof of the quality behind these shadows. I barely need any of the shade on my brush for great colour pay off. I will admit I was a little apprehensive at first because the shade is a lot darker than what I’d usually use, but a little goes a long way, and the shade is very buildable for when I want to bring the drama.
Each shade can be purchased individually, or you can purchase empty shadow palettes to create your personalized palette. With 200 shades to choose from, the palette cloves are almost endless! Available exclusively at Make Up For Ever boutiques and Sephora, the shadows are $24 CAD/$21 USD each. Be sure to grab an empty container to safeguard your new shadow. The containers are 1$ each (for 1, 2, and 3 shadows), and if you buy two artist shadows, you’ll get a $9 discount. If you buy 3, you’ll get a $20 discount (so 3 shadows will be $17 each, 2 will be $19.50 each).
The Artist Shadows are just another testament to the quality line of products offered by Make Up For Ever. Make sure you head into your nearest Sephora or MUFE boutique to play with all of the shades!
What Artist Shadows are on your list?