MUA Undressed Palette Review

Sunday, December 21, 2014

This palette is from MUA, which is well-known for its good quality products at affordable prices. All of their products that I've previously tried have been successful and I hoped this palette would live up to my expectations. At only £4, I couldn't miss the opportunity to try the Naked palette dupe. Today, I'll be sharing my opinions on this palette, so I hope you like it!



The packaging of this product is similar to that of the other products from the brand. It isn't lavish, but does the job. It is minimal, with a mixture of black and transparent plastic, making it sturdy but hard to open. It is very slim and lightweight, so this is a travel-friendly option. The only thing missing from this is a mirror, which I feel would be useful.

There are 12 colours in this palette, meaning there are many possibilities to create gorgeous looks. In my opinion, all of the eyeshadows are wearable and would look beautiful for any occasion. Each shade is based on those from the Naked palette and, despite not having that palette, many people have said that they are almost exactly identical.

The pigmentation of these eyeshadows isn't the best, but they can easily be built up for a more vivid wash of colour. On me, they last for quite a while and don't crease on my eyes. There tends to be a bit of fallout with some of the shimmery shadows, but this can easily be brushed away or covered with concealer.

Overall, I think this palette is great and I'd recommend trying it out. Whether you're looking for some new eyeshadows or not willing to spend a lot of money on the Naked palette, I'm sure you'll love this and wear it often, especially since it's extremely cheap!

Thanks for reading and I hope you like this post! If there are any more products you want to see a review of let me know and I'll be sure to write one. Thanks for reading and I'll see you soon.

Love from Daisy x

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6 comments

  1. I have this and It's brilliant for day to night I wear the browns and pinks for daywear and with a primer they do last all day - I love it!

    Leanne x
    www.oohsimplething.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I know, it truly is a great palette considering it's extremely cheap! I really like your blog by the way :) x

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  2. Hey Daisy great post! Have you tried the MUA Undress me Too palette? It's been my go - to palette for some time now. Xx

    www.henryskat.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I haven't, but I think I will sometime, I've also heard great things about it! Thank you xx

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  3. This is one of my most used palettes I find it perfect for every day wear and it is such a bargain!
    Kirsty x

    PrettyBugBlog.

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    1. I know, I've really been loving it lately and I can't wait to see what looks I can create from it! x

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