Sunday, 30 August 2015

Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Jamie Chung MUFE Palette

*Press Sample
make up for ever jamie chung palette swatch review

The problem with blogging breaks is that critical periods for certain reviews can be missed. I received the Jamie Chung Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You Artist Shadow Palette ($56 CDN, $111 CDN value, 4 full sized shadows) a while go but I can't seem to find the product on Sephora's website any more. I hope some of you were able to pick this one or the Andreja Pejic palette up. As you know, my love for these shadows are strong

make up for ever jamie chung palette swatch review


Though I have already experienced a lot of the MUFE Artist Shadows, I really loved how perfectly curated both the Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Palettes were. Those four shades will make you be ready for most occasions.

make up for ever jamie chung palette swatch review

make up for ever jamie chung palette swatch review

I chose Jamie's Palette since I wanted a bit more color and though I already owned ME-108, the olive D-320 shade really called out to me. I love the MUFE eyeshadow empty palettes and am very pleased with this mini-4-pan refillable size. I will very likely interchange the colors now and then to make different combinations for whatever my travels. The mini palette has the same foam and clear plastic protector as the large empty palettes (which I LOVE).

The shades swatched and worked as the rest of the Artist Shadows have with the exception of S-642 which needs a bit more oomph with a brush to pick color up. 

make up for ever jamie chung palette swatch review

make up for ever jamie chung palette swatch review

Even though this was the more 'colored' palette compared to the more neutral Andreja Pejic shades, it still gives a natural everyday look if you don't use the ME-108 shade as your main lid color. The back of the box gives some ideas for different looks. You already know I'm a fan of these shadows so I won't spill too much more love about them here but I do hope you give them a try, create your own trio at Sephora or have picked up one of these palettes.

MUFE Artist Shadows, love them? 

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