MUA Luxe Enchanted eyeshadow palette!

So last week I really wanted to create a rose gold eye look. I posted for advice in a group i’m in on Facebook and the lovely Hannah recommended the MUA Luxe Enchanted eyeshadow palette to me. I went to Superdrug that day to buy it and instantly fell in love with with it and I really wanted to review it for you as soon as I could!



Firstly, how pretty is this palette? I love the unique design and how all the shades are fused together. The MUA Luxe Enchanted eyeshadow palette contains 5 silk shadows all shimmery shades which are gold in tone. It’s quite small, but good things come in small packages right?

The packaging makes the product feel really high end, it’s super sleek and I love the contrast of the black and white. I love how the shadows are laid into the palette, the different shapes and gradients contained within are so unique. It looks like a shimmer block except it’s for your eyes!


The shadows can be worn alone or blended together to make a different shade. There are so many options for these, one layer of the shadow gives a gorgeous subtle shimmer on the eyes, perfect for a subtle look, but you can also build these up for more intensity to really make your eyes pop.

To create my look, I started with the nude pink gold shade and put this all over my lid. I then chose the god shade in the middle and blended that into my crease. I finished off with the bronze tone and created a v shape on the outer corner of my eye. I then went back into the pink shade, after i’d wet my brush with MAC Fix Plus and patted it on to the lid to create a more intense look. I added a flick of eyeliner and some falsies to really make my eyes stand out.


**these swatches were done with 2 layers of each shadow.

I really love the MUA Luxe Enchanted eyeshadow palette. It’s such a great staple to have in your make up collection, the looks you can create with it are perfect for party season which is almost upon us. I love this so much, I’m thinking of buying the Enrapture palette as well.

Have you got this palette?  what do you think to it?


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