A rich selection of golden hues and dusky brown eyeshadows? I hope I'm not the only one who thinks this sounds like any beauty-fanatics dream. Personally, I'm a massive fan of neutral palettes. They're ideal for creating an alluring smokey eye that's perfect for both the daytime and evening wear. Constantly on the hunt for a new one to add to my collection, and trust me when I say I have a massive collection, I recently bought MUA's Undress Me Too Palette. Following the pleasantries of my previous MUA experience, I was skeptical on whether this palette would live up to it's reputation. But, believe me it did!
Once again MUA have amazed me by offering a quality array of shadows for a bargain price. Within the palette there's a mix of metallic and mattes, once again highlighting the brands passion for both extravagant and subdued looks. Personal favourites of mine include 'Lavish', a rosy brown that can be used as a base on your lids or a fill-in for your eyebrows, and the slightly bolder 'Corrupt'. After all, every girl needs a brash shadow to create that alluring Megan Fox smoggy eye, right?
The application of the shadow is extremely smooth. I don't use the eyeshadow bud that was included in the kit as I prefer to use brushes, but the colours are extremely pigmented and almost identical to the hues in the case.
As for longevity, I face fairly few problems with the shadows. Pardon the pun. Both darker and lighter hues stay on my lids all day, which is ideal for a girl who hates mid-day touch ups! For a muted look, a primer isn't needed. However if you plan on creating a more daring look with metallics I would recommend using a primer just to emphasise the lighter colours and keep the shimmer intact.
I'm not a massive fan of drug store products and in recent years I've tended to opt for slightly more expensive brands like Urban Decay and MAC. This is probably one of the many reasons as to why I'm surprised that I'm ogling over the MUA range and preaching to everyone, yes everyone, about how good it actually is! In a society where we assume the price tag works in correlation to the quality of the good, for MUA it's the complete opposite. A cheap product that has a luxe quality? Personally, I couldn't ask for anything more. Let me know if you've tried out any MUA products in the comments below.