MAKE UP FOR EVER // ARTIST SHADOW

In celebration of the brand’s 30th anniversary, they are relaunching their first ever product, eyeshadow.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow M-558 D-552

The new Artist Shadow Collection now includes 210 new shadows in 5 different finishes (210!!!). The collection took 3 years to put together and is the biggest range of shadows available on the market. Isn’t that incredible?

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow M-558 D-552

The powders offer up to 88% pigment delivery, and to this I can attest. These babies blend so easily (like, I barely even had to try) and are so concentrated that you hardly need to touch your brush to the shadow to get enough colour.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow Tutorial M-558 D-552

These shadows are so finely milled that I didn’t even feel as if I was wearing anything on my eyelids. If you can remember, I have quite sensitive eyelids which can be provoked when wearing glittery shadows, but these were totally fine, creating a light wash of colour and shimmer.

To match my brown eyes and the colours I like to wear (a.k.a. neutral), I was sent a duo of a crystalline grey-beige (D-552) shade and a matte dark taupe (M-558).

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow Tutorial M-558 D-552

To start, I cheated by adding a little of a white shimmery Dior shadow to the inner corners of my eye, but swept the shimmery shade, D-552, across my lid and blended the matte brown, M-558, into the crease and creating a little ‘v’ on the outer corners of my eye, blending a little of M-558 halfway down my lash line. To finish, I traced along my lower lash line with the matte shade, lined my top lashes and applied a coat of mascara. I am wearing Burberry’s Lip Glow in Oxblood on my lips.

To further celebrate their birthday, MUFE has released a cute video showcasing their products.

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