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I don't have the time or inclination to apply eye shadow on a daily basis but I do like to wear some occasionally. I read that you should not keep any eye makeup open for more than a few months because of the risk of bacteria growth so I like to have a cheap eye-shadow that I don't mind throwing away before it is all used up if necessary. MUA or Make Up Academy as its full name is is a bargain range available from Superdrug do fits that bill. A pot of eye shadow cists just £1. Palettes of shadows are also available but this review is about the individual pots. Each of these weighs 2g and is a wide, round container with a clear plastic lid. I apply all of my make up with my fingers rather than with brushes or sponges because I find it simpler and easier that way. The wide nature of the MUA pots make thua method of application nice and easy to do.
My two favourite shades to wear are a gold and a bronze. One gentle finger swipe of these will give a soft and subtle sheen to the lid. It is subtle enough to wear during the day and these shades really brighten my eyes. If I were to want a deeper metallic look I could easy build up the layers. If I apply in the morning I can still see the gold shimmer in the evening except if it has been very hot. I don't wear primer so this is a particularly good job from MUA. I think the matt shades take more building up of colour and don't last quite as long but I am more than happy with what I get for £1. I have never known this product to crease and it is soft and easy to apply without it breaking up. I recommend this product to anyone.
I love make up but I don't have a huge budget. So I am trying out the bargain Make Up Academy range that you can buy in Superdrug. The basic shadow costs a pound and is such fantastic value.
You can try loads of colours without stretching your purse a lot. I love watching the Youtube tutorials with all the catwalk looks but I can't afford to buy loads of expensive brands. The MUA powder eye shadow give you most of the colours but they don't give you the cool packaging. But who cares because they have a great colour pay off, and look fantastic. No need to apply loads because the pigment is spot on and one sweep across the lids gives a great smooth finish and a wash of colour or you can layer it with a second sweep for a really punchy colour. I like the matte ones best but there is also a copper that I really rate as it has a bit of shimmer and it really makes my blue eyes look a bit glam in the evening. They blend well which is a major plus if you are going for some of those multi shade effects. I don't want to spend ages with blending out so I don't get the sharp lines and edges.
The eye shadow lasts really well on my lids which is why I definitely prefer these to the other cheap brands that fade really fast. Because I don't have to put it back on all the time, each tub lasts me a long time. It doesn't crease for me.
I would recommend this to a friend because the eye shadow gives a good colour and doesn't fade super fast even though it is cheap. You can get mattes, pearls, plenty of colour choice and all for a quid. The tubs are a bit boring and you don't get a little brush but these are still definitely great value.
These eye shadows are a bargain at just £1 each. They are available from Superdrug and Superdrug online as part of the MUA range, which stands for Make Up Academy. This is a budget range of make up that compromises on price but not on quality. There is a good range of these eye shadows to choose from. The colours in my collection are green, purple, blue and natural.
The eye shadows themselves come in neat little round compacts with a transparent lid so you can see the eye shadow inside, which is useful. The plastic transparent lid lifts up revealing the eye shadow. Now, the eye shadow is highly pigmented for the price but you WILL need to use a primer before applying the eye shadow. I have found that this eye shadow does NOT stick well to your eyelids without using a primer. After using a primer however the eye shadow lasts ALL day, does not crease and looks really colourful and vibrant.
The colour is bright, noticeable and fashionable. You can easily blend two or three different shades together to create your own look. The eye shadows blend well together as I usually use two together to shade and define my eyes. These eye shadows really bring the colour out of my eyes and overall they just look a lot more expensive than they actually are!
I have used these eye shadows on holiday before, so I have transported them around with me. They didn't break up in the compact, they just kept their shape. I thought this was impressive considering their price. Normally cheaper eye shadows crumble but these didn't.
I would recommend these eye shadows to everyone. They're a bargain and there's definitely a shade for everyone too. They're also small enough to just pop into a handbag or make up bag. I just love these eye shadows!
MUA - Exclusive to Superdrug.
Ever since I first discovered MUA a couple of years back, I have been hooked and now own a lot of different products.
===Price & availability===
The eyeshadow retails for just £1 and is available in a range of different colours and either matt or pearl. I chose copper as I prefer to have a smokey eye effect when wearing eye shadow. The range is exclusive to Superdrug or you can buy direct from the MUA website, I prefer Superdrug as their free delivery threshold is normally quite low and quite often they have three for two promotions running.
===The eye shadow===
The eye shadow comes in a little circular black pot which has a clear panel to the front so I knew exactly what colour I was getting, you don't get a brush with this however I prefer using my own brushes rather than the ones with a little pad on the end (what you would normally get with a little pallet).
When I first applied, I was amazed at how easily the eye shadow glided from my brush onto my eyelids and when using with other colours from the range, I found that is blended really well. The real test for me that at the end of a night out, my eyes still looked as good as they did when I first applied, quite often with cheaper eye shadows, I find that they seem to fade away but this range has excellent staying power.
I would definitely recommend this eye shadow and give this 5 out of 5 stars.
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Make Up Academy single eyeshadows are designed to be super highly pigmented, smooth and easy to apply. They are priced at just £1 each.
I personally think the packaging of these eyeshadows looks much more expensive than they actually are. They are made of plastic but do not feel cheap or flimsy. The compact is also a very decent size so you;re getting a good amount of shadow for your money. You don't get a brush or applicator with it, just the shadow on its own.
The powder does indeed feel very smooth. It has a lovely silky feel and is not at all chalky like other cheap eyeshadows. It picks up easily onto a brush or applicator and transfers easily onto the skin, applying very smoothly and it's easy to get a nice even coverage.
I have a few different colours in this shadow and they are all highly pigmented so you can get a really nice vibrant colour with them. They blend really well too so you can easily mix colours and create lots of different looks.
They last pretty well but I do find they can start to crease a little after a few hours. For £1 though I think they perform really well. They are very easy to remove with just any old cleanser, wipes or makeup remover, there's no need for a specialist product.
I have quite sensitive skin and often find cheap eyeshadows irritate, but these ones haven't caused me any problems.
At this price I would definitely recommend these eyeshadows. They are certainly not the best I've tried, but they are far superior to any other cheap shadows I've used, and feel much more like a premium than a budget brand.
I am always looking for new make up products in boots and super drug and cheap products don't put me off buying me because you would think because hey are low priced they aren't going to be that good. Rather than using an eyebrow pencil I tend to go for an eyeshadow as I just think it's easier and less messy to apply and you can put on as much as you want with a slanted brow brush for definition too. So my friend at work always colours in her brows and I couldn't find one to suit me as they were always too light or dark but she recommend this one and door a £1 I wasn't going to say no. So I went and bought one. The eyeshadow comes in a small round tub with a lid you just lift up to get to the product it's appears your get allot of the product which is a good thing. So applying - the powder transferred onto my brush very easy just a nice amount the powder was smooth and wasn't a struggle to get on the brush so this is why I liked it and I was quite shocked for it only being £1. This product is available in many different shades which I love and will purchase more in the future. Unfortunately I dropped the product and it smashed so I had to throw it away and this was a few months back and since I've not been able to get the same colour but I will defiantly keep checking until I can get another
MUA (Make Up Academy) are a Superdrug' own make up brand which supply's a good range of products from eye-shadow to primer and everything in between. All at a very reasonably low price.
The brand has a very broad eye-shadow collection on offer. Currently there are a total of 24 pearl and 5 matt shades, ranging from darker shades that are perfect for autumn/fall to stunning neon brights, all at only £1 each. On first use of these eye shadows I was amazed at how incredibly pigmented they were. Because of this you only need a small amount of the product. They apply very well and blend easily without leaving an uneven tone or colour and stay on literally all day without fading or creasing. MUA's eye shadows are also very light weight to wear and do not feel sticky or greasy even after they have been on all day.
I have had so many MUA eye shadow and I've hit pan on all of them, they are a definite must buy and make a fantastic edition to any make up collect.
I'm always on the look out for a makeup bargain, so when I heard about MUA's range of £1 makeup I couldn't resist having a look. I purchased a liquid eyeliner, a lipstick, and an eye shadow, and after using the eye shadow quite a lot, I thought it was time to write a review. This eye shadow is part of the 'Pearl' range, single eye shadows that have high pigments and smooth and easy application. The shade that I'm reviewing is number 22, which is a pale pink.
USING THE PRODUCT
This eye shadow doesn't come with it's own applicator, but for £1 you can't really complain. While I was buying this, I also bought some mini eye shadow applicators in Superdrug and they are perfect for applying this. You can get 10 mini applicators for under £2. The first thing I noticed about this is how easy it was to apply. For £1 I didn't expect this to glide on as easily as it did, and I'm very impressed. It doesn't crumble around the eye, which a lot of cheaper eye shadows tend to do. It has crumbled inside the pot a bit, but this is to be expected since the product gets pushed around by the applicator a lot.
HOW DOES IT LOOK?
I'm incredibly impressed with how this looks. I actually have a Rimmel eye shadow in a similar shade that doesn't look as good as this. The colour from the Rimmel one doesn't transfer well onto my eyelids, whereas this one is vibrant even with one layer of product. This can be used for heavier eye makeup for a night out, or a more subtle look during the day. It pairs up well with black liquid eyeliner, the contrasting colours really compliment each other and makes the colour of my green eyes really stand out. I usually use two layers of eye shadow for this, to make a more vibrant look. This also looks great by itself, with some brown eyeliner on my lower eyelid, or no eyeliner at all. This is a more subtle and understated look, perfect for going out on a warm summer's day.
DOES IT LAST?
Surprisingly, it really does last for a long time. The majority of the time I use eye shadow primer with this, which makes the application even easier. With primer, this product glides on as if it was a cream eye shadow, and it lasts all day/night, even in humid conditions. However, I've also used this without primer, and it still lasted for most of the day. The colour didn't fade at all and I was very impressed considering the price.
This eye shadow is available in a variety of shades, from Superdrug, or directly from the MUA website. Delivery costs from the website are £2.95, so if you're only looking to buy a few things, it might be worth looking in your local Superdrug instead. The shades include Blues, Greens, Purples, Pinks and Browns. I will be buying some more very soon, you can't go wrong for £1 each! The packaging is very simple; the product comes in a dome shaped case, it's easy to open without getting the product on your hands.
I'm very happy with this product, I really didn't expect it to be this good for £1 and I will be definitely be buying other shades. This is an absolute bargain considering how long it stays on for. Highly recommended.
Item: Mua Eye Shadow
Colour: Shade 9, Pearly (Purple)
Bought in: Superdrug
This was a little extra I popped in my basket when I was shopping in Superdrug as it was just £1! Couldn't pass a little £1 make up treat.
Packaging and design:
This eye shadow comes in a plastic pot with a clear lid and black back. The lid has a dome shape and has "MUA makeup academy, eye shadow" written across it. You can see the colour through the pot so that makes picking a pot easy. The dome shape looks nice but in all honesty I would prefer it was flat as it takes up those extra valuable little bits of space in my make up bag and makes it awkward to fit it in. The back of the pot is black in white writing has details of the ingredients, size and manufacturers. Ample info. The lid lifts off with a forceful click so I feel confident it won't click open by accident.
Application and colour effect:
This little pot doesn't come with any applicators but at £1 I don't find that to be a problem I applied it with a little make up pad and swept it along my lower eye lid. The colour is shimmery and dark at the same time so I was able to layer up a nice deep colour with 3 swipes. The one I bought is dark purple and it also had an iridescent look to it which I really like. I can wear this for around 2 hours before it creases and needs a touch up. As it is a bold colour that I would probably only wear on nights out that's fine as I would usually want to check my make up by then anyways so a quick patch job is ok. As this only cost £1 I wasn't expecting as good coverage as a more expensive eye shadow, but saying that it has a deeper and nicer colour than a few other more expensive ones so even though requires a touch up the colour makes up for it.
Overall I would prefer if this eye shadow came in a flatter pot and didn't need to be retouched but compared to the colour and price those are negligible issues, so only taking one star off. 4 star product, will buy more next time I need a bold colour or when this one runs out!
I love eyeshadow, and wear a matte brown every day to line my eyes and on my eyebrows. I had been using a benefit shadow but once it ran out I was unwilling to fork out for another very expensive benefit eyeshadow kit so went on the hunt for a cheaper alternative. I think this shadow was the first item I bought from Make Up Academy and have been converted ever since. The £1 price tag caught my eye and I love the flexibility of only having to buy one colour rather than a gazzilion in some expensive kit. It was a simple matte brown (shade 19) which was exactly what I wanted and I use it on my eyes and my eyebrows.
I would definitely recommend this product as it is SUCH good value and pretty decent quality. You're buying both an eyeshadow and an eyebrow shadow for just £1!
I am an avid eyeshadow wearer, i have many different brands and many different colours of eyeshadows, i simply cannot get enough of them. When i heard about Superdrug's MUA brand having eyeshadows for £1, i had to try them out.
MUA has 22 different colour "pearl" or shimmery eyeshadows and 4 matte ones. of the pearlescent shades i bought:
Shade 1- a light sandy colour that makes a fantastic highlight under the brow.
Shade 11- a dark brown which sadly ended up in the bin (more on that to come)
Shade 29- an olivey khaki green, this one is a particular favourite of mine.
Shade 30- a gorgeous rusty colour
of the matte shades i bought:
Shade 18- a rich, true purple
Shade 20- black
It would be nice if MUA extended their range of matte shadows, 4 is not enough!
I ordered these eyeshadows off the MUA website, but they are also available in many Superdrug stores. Consult the website if you are unsure if your local Superdrug stocks MUA.
When my long-awaited parcel arrived i could not wait to see inside. I bought over £30 worth of products to qualify for free delivery, which would have been £2.95 otherwise. It was a great excuse to spend slightly more than i would normally have, well thats my excuse anyway and i am sticking to it!
When i opened the box it became apparent that one of the eyeshadows had broken in transit, there was glittery brown powder absolutely everywhere, all over the contents of the box. Seeing as the eyeshadows are only £1 i wasn't overly bothered by it, but having to clean off everything else was a pain. I did not pursue a refund from MUA as i am not the type to complain and it seemed more hassle than it was worth really. If this was a high end eyeshadow with a price tag to match then obviously i would have felt slightly different!
Happily, the rest of the eyeshadows i ordered were fully intact and have remained so.
The packaging of these shadows is very simple, a round disc with a black base and a transparent lid so you can see which colour you need. It is sturdy and opens and shuts easily. The pan doesn't look overly big but is deceptively deep, i haven't made as much as a dent in any of them, even in the one i use the most. I can see myself having to chuck these out in a couple of years time as they are past their use by date.
The actual eyeshadow is very pigmented, and when combined with an eye primer they really do pop. They don't create a lot of fall out and they are very easy to apply. The pearl ones are lovely and shimmery and do not crease at all. And the mattes are so richly pigmented, i can create a really bold look with these. They glide onto the skin smoothly and are easy to blend out with a blending brush.
Handy tip: I like to wet the tip of a lip liner brish, dip in to my chosen shadow and line my lower lash line. Voila! DIY eyeliner in any colour you want.
In conclusion, i recommend these eyeshadows so much. I am rapidly falling in love with MUA cosmetics. I love that their range gives anyone access to good quality makeup no matter the size of their budget. I wish the range had been around in my teens when pocket money didn't stretch very far (Jeez, i'm sounding old-i'm 24!)
So yeah, buy these eyeshadows! They get 5 Dooyoo stars for having such fantastic colour pay-off, being easy to apply and blend and for being so affordable. I can see myself purchasing the eyeshadows in nearly every colour like i am going to do with their lipsticks. I hope MUA carry on producing such fantastic products with such a modest price tag. Well done, MUA.
~*~*~ MUA Eye Shadow ~*~*~
I wear eye shadow on a daily basis, so throughout the year I do get through a lot of eye shadow. During the week, for work, I use subtle and natural colours and if I am going out for the evening then I like to wear darker colours, blacks, greys etc. I come across MUA products in my local Superdrug store and I immediately dismissed them because they were so cheap and I thought the quality would be poor. I have used a lot of cheap brands in the past which have been a waste of money. I decided to give MUA a try after reading a lot of good reviews on Dooyoo, so the next time I went to Superdrug I picked up this eye shadow for £1.00 and two other items, as it was on a 3 for 2 offer.
This eye shadow comes in a round, plastic case. The base of the case is black in colour and the lid is transparent. On the top of the lid, in black writing, it states ' MUA Makeup Academy, Eye Shadow'. On the back of the case is an information label which contains the ingredients, eye shadow colour and how much eye shadow is included (2g).
The colour I purchased is shade 1 pearl. It is a pearly, beige colour which is shimmery. It is a light, natural colour and perfect for day time wear. There is no applicator included in this eye shadow, to be honest I never use the included applicator anyway so this didn't bother me. You can apply this using your finger or an eye shadow brush. I actually find that it goes on more evenly when using my finger. The final colour is very subtle but shimmery. I like using this eye shadow when doing a smokey eye look as it blends very nicely with other colours. The eye shadow lasts all day on the eye lids and doesn't crease. It is good quality considering it only cost one pound.
Whilst writing this review I was holding the eye shadow and I have just dropped it. Unfortunately it has broken up into little pieces. Due to this I would say that the case is not very protective (found out the hard way) so I wouldn't recommend keeping this in your handbag if it is going to be knocked about a bit.
Overall this is a nice eye shadow which is an absolute bargain for £1.00. I wouldn't say this is my favourite eye shadow but for £1.00 you can't really knock it. If they made the case sturdier and included an applicator MUA could charge a lot more for this eye shadow and I personally would be more likely to purchase it again. I am going to give this eye shadow 4 out of 5 Dooyoo stars. If you are after something cheap and cheerful than this eye shadow is for you. It goes on nicely and lasts all day.
Eye shadows now for me are an item that I use to subtly enhance my eyes on a daily basis rather than to cause shock - now on a night out that's obviously going to be a different story. So when I was making my make up academy order a few months ago - I wanted to add another subtle but pretty colour to my collection. I normally have very little preference to what colour I but for some reason since I was younger, I've had this thing where I love having pale pink eye shadow and lots of black eyeliner. At the time my mum called it my Alice cooper phase - which was lovely of her, however my love of pale pink eye shadow remains almost ten years on.
~*~ MUA ~*~
Make up academy as it's also known as, is another range of bargain cosmetics that are turning up on our high street. Found in Superdrug and online (they might be elsewhere but I haven't seen them) - they are a range that start at just £1 for an item, which considering the cost of more upmarket cosmetics is a bargain, and well we can't all afford to spend £25 on a mascara - no matter how good it is. So MUA for me along with ELF, has come a long way in my opinion over the past few months, and has some celebrity endorsement in the shape of Alexandra Burke, if that's celebrity endorsement! MUA is a good brand for beauty bargains, beauty basics and the occasional item that you would normally spend £10 on but can get it for £1 that's just as good. Don't write off, cheaper beauty brands because you never know what bargains you might pick up - without realising it!
~*~ Pearly Eye Shadow ~*~
I love a good soft eye shadow because there's nothing worse than applying something really harsh and full of bits to your sensitive eyelids. I've had eye shadows in the past that have been really harsh on my eyes, and when I've come to take it off at the end of the day it's really hurt my eyes. This one though in its black holder, with clear lid - with MUA 'Make Up Academy' and 'Eye shadow' written on it so you'll not be in any question as to what you've got, it's blatantly obvious! Flip open the lid and you get a fairly decent sized eye shadow in front of you - it's just the eye shadow though, you don't get anything like a brush with it at all it's just the eye shadow, but if you're like me you've got more than enough eye shadow brushes and the little padded applicators than you know what to do with!
Really given how much it costs you can't expect too much in your little packet of eye shadow - once you've got it open you can apply it with your fingers, applicator pad or an eye shadow brush. I find a brush makes it get a little bit too powdery for my liking and you find you lose a bit of the shadow as it becomes lose on the top. So I always use an applicator pad to apply this, because it doesn't leave anywhere as much residue on top of the shadow, so it will ultimately last me a lot longer than if I was using one of my eye shadow brushes. I have used my finger when I've been in a bit of a rush, but I find that if you use your finger too much the eye shadow gets a bit clogged up and it becomes really difficult to get anything off - because it's got moisture in it from your fingers - so my advice is don't use your fingers for eye shadow!
Application is really easy, just simple as wiping it over your eye lid - admittedly it'll depend on what kind of colour you have as to how much you need to apply. I normally make sure my applicator pads have a good covering across the entire head of them, and I can get relatively good coverage with just one application, it depends what else I've got on my eye lids though - with my pale pink eye shadow I normally have an eyeliner of some sorts on my lids as well, so I like to blend that in with the shadow, so I might find that I use two good applications per eye. Which is sufficient coverage to last me all day to be honest, I can put that on before a day at work, or a day out shopping and it'll still be there at the end of the day. For a night out I normally tend to apply a bit more on my main lids, and I'll have another colour as a highlighter so I try to apply more so that I don't have to take it out with me in my bag. Even on a hot night out, or at a sweaty gig I've never had to worry about it coming off it seems to stay put without one of those popular items out there that keep eye shadow in place. So when it comes to taking it off at night there is always something to take off - even if it's only a little bit there is still some colour left on my lids.
With the right eye make-up remover it's really simple to remove with a cotton ball, and it leaves my eyes settled and not in any pain at all. I've never found it to make my eyes red either, the fact it stays in place all day without needing any application makes me want a lot more of these eye shadows. My complaint about most eye shadows when I apply is that they end up under my eyes, especially ones that have a bit of glitter too them - it just never goes away. This one even though it's a pearl shade and it has a bit of glimmer to it doesn't do that, even if there is a bit of colour it'll wipe off with a damp cotton ball or a facial wipe and you don't see it again. This pearl shade that I own is lovely, it's soft, it's flattering, has a really reactive colour in the sunshine and you can barely tell it's there. All for £1 you can't complain at that really!
~*~ Price and Availability ~*~
This is available from MUA (Make up Academy) for £1 a palette, on line, or in Superdrug stores in varying colours, I'd be here all day listing them so you're best off having a look for the colour you want - but they are a bargain price for an eye shadow that I now wouldn't be without!
MUA have a number of amazing products that are so incredibly cheap for such great quality. One of my favourite products is definitely the selection of individual eye shadows they have available. They have two kinds of individual shadows which are "pearl shadows" - often more metallic or shimmery than the name suggests, and "matte shadows" which do not have any shimmer or glitter or sparkle and are just a basic matte shade.
Altogether there are 34 shades to choose from, most of which are pearl shades as they seem to be more popular. Though some of these shades can also be found in different palette collections, they are ideal on their own so you're not spending more than you need if you're only after one colour or are even looking to replace an individual one you've already used up beforehand.
They are only £1 each and are of great quality; they are rich in pigment and attracts to your brush easily and smooths over your eye lids evenly without any creasing or patchy areas. Though I do recommend that an eye primer is used to extend the wear of the eye shadow.
You can find a handful of their most popular shades at any superdrug store that has the MUA shelves or spinners, though only bigger stores with a larger MUA selection will provide you with a full collection of eye shadows. This has been a recurring issue for a number of people as there aren't a lot of superdrug stores in some areas that have a huge amount of their product range available. Failing this, if you can't find them instore, your best bet is to buy them on-line from their MUA store where you can buy all different shades. Of course if you're unsure about how the colour will look, just google the shade and search for some beauty blogger's reviews as they usually have pictures to show you the results.
As most of my eyeshadows are in the form of big paletts, mostly from Urban Decay, I thought it was about time I treat myself to some singles. With paying for the wedding and still being a student, I don't exactly have a lot of free cash lying around. However, I have heard so much about budget brand Make Up Academy (MUA) and I figured I should finally give it a go. MUA products are available from Superdrug and prices start from £1. What I ended up buying was four different singular eyeshadows, all costing £1 each. (Shades 1, 2, 11 and 12)
MUA eyeshadows come in small round plastic pots. The bottom half is black plastic while the top is clear plastic. The lid, which flips up, has on it the MUA logo, the full Make Up Academy name and it also states that this is an eyeshadow. If you flip the pot over, the bottom shows the product information and ingredients as well as the number of the eyeshadow. For some reason, I really dislike round packaging. I think mostly because if I want to put products in a box, they don't fit neatly. However, the packaging isn't that big of a deal and for £1, who really cares.
Anyway, my first uses of MUA was shades 2 and 12, which are a silvery cream colour and a grey/ brown. I bought shades which complimented each other so I could mix them together. I also decided to not use a primer with these as I wanted to see how they lasted on their own. The eyeshadows themselves are soft to touch if you use your fingers which instantly made me think that they would feel nice on my eyelids. When using a brush to apply this eyeshadow takes a fair bit of work which was unfortunate. I used both a light and dark colour and with each one, I had to go over the colour a lot with my brush to get enough on it to put it on my eyelids. Maybe this was because they're new though as they have gotten better as I have used them more.
MUA eyeshadows are easy to apply. When brushing the colour over my lids, I found that even though I had quite a lot on the brush, there wasn't much excess falling off and onto my face. With the darker one, there was a little bit but it wiped away very easily. The colours also mix really well together and even putting one right on top of the other didn't make my eyes look like I had far too much make up on. However, without a primer, these eyeshadows didn't last all day but again, they were only £1. They still lasted a good few hours without beginning to wear off though so I was happy with how they did.
At the price, I definitely can't complain about MUA eyeshadows and will be buying more in the future.