Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush) Review, Photos, Swatches

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow (Blush)Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow (Blush) ($21.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a bright pop of yellowed tangerine–mostly orange with very strong yellow undertones–and a satin finish. Surratt Beauty Cantaloup (P, $32.00) is lighter. Guerlain Orange Blush (LE) is more muted. NARS Puerto Vallarta (LE, $39.00) is darker. NARS Taj Mahal (P, $29.00) is more shimmery, redder. MAC Fresh Honey (LE, $27.00) is more muted. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

The texture is so smooth–it feels like a cream more than a powder, but it definitely acts and plays more like a powder than a cream on a brush, on the skin, and so forth. With the satin finish, there’s enough sheen to give the skin a light glow that’s natural without being frosted or metallic (and therefore, it doesn’t emphasize pores at all). At this point, it comes as no surprise that it is incredibly rich in pigment, so a little goes a long way, but that smooth, buttery texture makes it easy to blend on the skin. It is also denser, so there’s no excess product being kicked up, and I felt like I didn’t have to worry about how much (or little) I was getting on the brush a lot. On my skin, it wore well for nine hours before fading slightly.

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Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)
Make Up For Ever S732 Orange Artist Shadow (Blush)

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Makeup Look
On face:
  • Guerlain Parure de Lumiere Foundation
  • Urban Decay Naked Loose Finishing Powder
On lips:
  • Dior Mona Lisette
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Is it taboo to use this as eyeshadow? What about blushes in general? Are the formulas radically different from eyeshadows that it would be a hot mess? I would love to see a pigment like this on your eyes. Just a fierce color.

I could never use it as a blush, much too warm, as an eyeshadow though! MUFE have really made a powerful range of eyeshadows/blushes.
I try to stay away from Sephora, I have a feeling I’ll go mental when I see these in real life 😀

sorry if this was already mentioned but can you use the blush as shadows? there are a few “blushes” i like a lot to use as an eyeshadow rather than on my cheeks.
thanks for your help! love your reviews!!!

Hi Joe,

I’m sure you could, but just to be clear, they are considered eye-safe for U.S. so they’re labeled as blushes for that reason (as far as I have been told by the boutique). So you would have to use at your own discretion 🙂

This looks lovely on you, Christine!

Maybe I missed this in a previous post, but are the artist shadows labeled as blushes also eye safe? I know red/pink/orange is sometimes tricky as far as that goes…

Presumably they’re not eye-safe here in the U.S. at the very least, since they are labeled as blush vs. eyeshadow. They aren’t 100% crystal clear with a warning thou shalt not, but I think that’s why they labeled them “blush.”

MUFE is going to turn me into an orange-lover yet!

Usually, I only like bright tangerine or spicy pumpkin oranges, but MUFE seems to have nothing that I don’t like.

Christine, don’t you think the shade would have looked better with either a warm lippie or a reddish one?
,I don’t think those two shades go together well. I think in this case they should bet in the same shade range.
Just my opinion.

That just happened to be the color I was wearing when I was swatching through them – keep in mind that I’m not creating or doing a look here, so while I do try to pick a color I feel will work with most of what I need to swatch through, it may not always work perfectly. Much like I’m wearing two blushes in the photo 🙂 I actually do like the two together myself, as it reminds me of a sunset!

Wow, that’s a gorgeous shade – and it looks amazing on you! I may have to purchase this sometime, but do you think I could pull it off with my fair skin? I usually just use less of a product when i’m wearing a bold color like this one, but not sure if this particular tone would work well or not haha. You never fail to make me want to purchase more makeup, as if my first 50 blushes weren’t enough lol!

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