MUA Undress me too Palette | Review & Tutorial

I’ve always loved MUA products, and for the price you really can’t go wrong. When I heard that the Undress me too palette would going to be a dupe for the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette I knew I had to try it out..

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I’ve always been a lover of neutral colours so there was no doubt that I would love these colours. I don’t own the naked 2 palette so I really can’t do an direct comparison but there are loads of blogs out there that have great comparison reviews. I think the diversity of the colours means you can create so many different looks, and it is a palette that you can use to create a day to night look.

I decided to go ahead and do a quick look using the palette, I kept it quite simple just to try out, and I can honestly say I was really impressed. The colours are quite pigmented and the payoff is amazing. I do think they can be a bit chalky, but for £4 I really can’t complain too much.

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Considering I was using the MUA palette thought it would only be fair to use their professional eye primer too.

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After applying a primer I started by sweeping ‘Naked’ across the eyelid making sure it creates an even base.

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I then applied ‘Tranquil’ over ‘Naked’ just to add some shimmer and a slightly deeper brown colour without being too harsh and ensured it was all blended in.

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I then took ‘Obsessed’ and applied it in the outer third of my eye and into the crease, again ensuring it was blended in with a fluffy brush.

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I then took ‘Fiery’ into the inner corners and inner third of my eyelid just to create a contrast with the deeper brown colour and again blended it in so there wasn’t any harsh lines.

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I then took ‘Corrupt’ into the outer third of the eyelid and just blended this out, making sure I didn’t bring it into the inner part of my eyelid. You can keep the eyes quite neutral without it, but this creates a bit more drama and definition.

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Finally I took ‘Devotion’ into the inner corner and lower lash line just to brighten the eye a little bit.

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Applied the MUA felt tip liner to the upper lash line followed by the Extreme curl mascara to the lashes and concealed as normal under my eyes.

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Took a bit of the MUA Undress your skin highlighter to highlight under the brow bone..

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And that was the finished look. Can’t say I was that impressed with the felt tip liner but loving the rest of the products, and the mascara really surprised me too. I’m looking forward to doing some more looks with the palette and I can see it as being something I would reach for on most days.

Processbeauty xo

2 thoughts on “MUA Undress me too Palette | Review & Tutorial

  1. […] Being the cheapest palettes I own, at £4 each these are such a bargain with 12 shades they’re great value for money. The shadows are so pigmented and the colours blend together so well. I know the Undress me too palette is supposed a dupe for the Urban Decay naked 2 palette so if you’re looking for a high street equivalent then this is it. I love the range of shades as there is a real mix of colours to suit every skin tone. Out of the two palettes I have to say I prefer the Undress me too. It’s the palette I always reach for on days when I know I want to create something different. These are worth adding to collection if you haven’t already. You can read my full review and tutorial here. […]

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