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Make Up For Ever| Artist Shadow

My loves,

Make Up For Ever introduced the Artist Shadow range, a collection of 210 highly pigmented eye shadows in celebration of the brand’s 30th anniversary. I knew they were in the process of creating these shadows and I honestly could not wait to get my hands on them. Make Up For Ever was kind enough to send me two brown shades which helped me create the perfect smokey eye. And what better way to show off these fantastic shadows then when attending a Fashion Show?

IMG_4695 IMG_4692Yesterday I attended Hilary MacMillan’s fashion show and I like to bring my A game with my makeup applications when I attend a Fashion Show and I knew these new Make Up For Ever shadows would be perfect. These shadows have intense pigment and superior blendability. I don’t generally like to wear my eye shadow really dark, but I am head over heels in love with these two colours. I cannot even get over how much I love them. It literally created the perfect smokey eye. I cannot wait to add this to my professional kit, my clients are going to crazy. I will most definitely have to get my hands on more of these shadows. I want all the matte shadows.

IMG_4650Artist Shadow has been three years in the making by Make Up For Ever Creative and Artistic Director Dany Sanz, who worked to create a breakthrough formula based on Pigment Atomization and Water-Blend Technology. Pigment Atomization is the latest technology used to maximize colour delivering up to 88% concentrated pigment which is the highest on the market. Water-Blend technology allows for utmost blendability and even texture.

IMG_4683IMG_4682The Artist Shadows consist of 210 shades of Matte, Satin, Metal, Iridescent and Diamond finishes. They are available as a single shade, as well as duo and trio palettes; each palette 100% customizable.

Available at Sephora and Make Up For Ever Boutiques $25.00(Single), $39.00(Duo), and $50.00(Trio)

What shades will you purchase?

Laurelle, xo



    • Thanks! I’m wearing Illamasqua Lipstick ‘Test’ with Bobbi Brown Lip Gloss in ‘Buff’ over top. For the blush, it’s from the Andy Warhol Nars Collection, I think it’s called ‘Amour’.

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