Tuesday, September 30, 2014

MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette Swatches

I bought the limited edition MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette because I had to have it.  That's a good reason to buy something, right?  The colors are so saturated and gorgeous and amazing and oh my goodness.  I thought I do some simple swatches of it for your viewing pleasure.




Colors from left to right:
   M-536 -- "Milk Tea" -- this works well as a blending color for my skintone
   I-524 -- "Pinky Beige" --  nice highlighting shade
   I-550 -- "Olive Gray" -- pretty shimmery taupe
   D-652 -- "Celestial Earth" -- this has some sparkle
   ME-728 -- "Copper Red" -- very pigmented!
   ME-230 -- "Peacock Blue" -- gorgeous jewel tone (my favorite)
   D-926 -- "Blueberry" -- this has some sparkle
   ME-930 -- "Black Purple" -- great liner color

Some odd names for some of the colors (like Olive Gray)...

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I love the mix of neutrals and jewel tones.  What a beauuuuuutiful palette.

Expect some many eye/face of the day posts using this.

The MAKE UP FOR EVER Artist Palette retails for $42 USD at Sephora.

10 comments:

  1. Gorgeous!!! #need

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  2. haven't heard too many reviews of this palette, but holy smokes is it super pretty!! Need to go and check this out!

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  3. Ah, this palette is so ultra pretty! I saw it in store and totally swooned- it basically includes all of my favourite shades of shadows. Thanks for the swatches! xo

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  4. Weird color names indeed. But very, very pretty ones!

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  5. Yeah, that was my first instinct too!

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  6. I'm surprised it's not getting more attention/press. It's fantastic.

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  7. The peacock blue sealed the deal for me. It is crazy beautiful.

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  8. They are wonderful! There are so many possible color combos, too.

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  9. Peacock Blue makes sense, but Copper Red and Olive Gray seem odd. And even Blueberry because it's not the color of a blueberry at all. In any case, they are gorgeous.

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