Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes for Fall 2015

Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes
Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes

Jamie Chung Artist Palette ($48.00) (New, Limited Edition, Online Exclusive)

Jamie Chung, an actress by day and fashion blogger by night, is best known for her cutting-edge sense of style and creativity. Her playful spirit and passion for transformation through makeup shine across all of her campaign looks.

  • M532 (Sugar Coated Candy)
  • S642 (Sahara)
  • D320 (Golden Khaki)
  • ME108 (Steel)

Andreja Pejić Artist Palette ($48.00) (New, Limited Edition, Online Exclusive)

Andreja Pejić, international fashion model and runway muse, is the first transwoman to be the face of a top cosmetics brand. She recently broke major social barriers by going public with her physical transition while continuing her modeling career. Pejic has graced top fashion and entertainment publications, including becoming the first transgendered model to be featured in American Vogue, through which she gained international acclaim for being a bold risk-taker and inspiration to the transgender community. She epitomizes beauty and personal strength and isn’t afraid of expressing herself through the many different facets of her personality through MAKE UP FOR EVER.

  • I526 (Pearl Beige)
  • I544 (Pink Granite)
  • I662 (Amber Brown)
  • D652 (Celestial Earth)

Availability: July 16th, 2015 at Sephora

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Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes
Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes

Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes
Make Up For Ever Be Bold. Be Unexpected. Be You. Artist Shadow Palettes

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I would totally go in for one or both of those except…I already have S642 and ME108 from the first and I already have I662 in the second.

Still, if those are full size and that is their regular 4 pan/Small palette, that is a great deal!

Kind of disappointing that palettes with the name “Be bold. Be unexpected” in the title are so…neutral and expected. I do like that there is one that is cooler tone and one that is warmer, but I also think the textures should have been mixed up more to make them more versatile.

The biggest plus I see in these it’s essentially a buy 3 get 1 free price, which is nice if you don’t have them in your collection.

I noticed Sephora has the palettes mixed up on their site, when you click on Andreja is shows Jamie’s palette and vice versa…I hope they fix it shortly. These are gorgeous.

I already have two out of four in Andreja’s palette thought and I like the colors in Jamie’s palette more and with matte,satin,shimmer,metallic in one palette is a goody in my book 🙂

Ooooh. That Andreja Pejic palette might have to be mine. Maybe.

(The tagline is kinda funny and Zoolanderesque, to me, though. “Be bold! Be you! Just like everybody else!” Heh.)

D320 is stunning! I need to seriously consider getting the Jamie Chung Artist since those colors are amazing and could create some really dynamic looks!

They’re still coming soon – they went up yesterday, and I reached out to get a press release (so I could get the shades included) and it said the 16th for the launch! Sephora has been “pre-loading” new items so they’ll have the listing up but it’ll be coming soon/out of stock.

Christine, do you know if these are the smaller pans (as in the Nudes You Need palette) or the larger ones, as sold individually? If I have one complaint about the new MUFE shadows, it’s that they are TOO LARGE for personal users. I can see that they’d be great for makeup artists but for me, a smaller pan (and corresponding smaller price tag) would be so much better.

I have no idea, but they list the value at $96, they should be since $21 x 4 = $84… though how the case is worth $12 is a stretch.

I believe a standard shadow size is .07oz and the site says that the palette is 4x .08oz. Could they be larger? That would be awesome.

Well, that’s that. .I will be getting the Chung palette. Those colors are really unique and beautifully put together. Perfect for fall!

I already have 2 shadows from the first kit (Golden Khaki & Steel) and the 2nd kit is another fifty thousand shades of brown. While the colors are nice, the color combos don’t look that “bold or unexpected” to me. Plus you don’t save all that much money by buying this kit vs. making your own. With this kit, it’s $14 a shadow ( $48/4) . But if you create your own, it’s about $14.70 a shadow ( 3 shadows x $21 = $ 63 – $20 Sephora discount = $43 + $1 for case = $44/ 3 ), so you are only saving about $ 2.70 Total by buying this kit. For that small price difference, I would rather just pick my own “bold and unexpected” colors.

I’m on the fence on these. I usually jump on every MUFE palette as I adore these shadows. But, essentially with the Sephora discount after adding the trio compact, you pay $43 for 3 shadows. So, here you are paying $5 for the fourth. A steal if you don’t have any of the shadows. My dilemma- I have 1 of the shadows contained in each quad! figures. So, really, I would be buying a $5 backup and I really have not dented a single MUFE shadow.I have so many neutrals-likely dupes. I was hoping for some colors when I saw the names. The Nordstrom sale has not been kind to my wallet. I need to think on this. I may be better off scooping up some colors when I can. I wish mufe would do a fill-your own sale..that would be so grand!

Christine, have you looked at the photos Sephora has up compared to yours? The names on the compacts appear to be reversed to my eyes. Are they or am I officially stir crazy?

They’re reversed on Sephora, but if you notice the names on the compact, Sephora’s images are the same (the photos of the signatures line up I believe!), but they’re listed wrong by shade (on the little squares).

Both of these quads are beautiful…
I just don’t understand why there are TWO repeats from the “Nudes You Need” palette in the Andreja Pejic palette…kind of a bummer to me

I just noticed that! OMG and it’s pretty boring with the 2 Brown’s that are almost the same. I would definitely be pulling other shades to go with that quad.

The Be Bold palette looks fabulous with colours I love – the Khaki and the Steel. Knowing MUFE it is sure to be good. Can’t wait for the reviews.

Ok, these are “neutral” quads I can get behind if the pan sizes are decent. I’m hoping they’re the regular size. Then I could pop some out if I want and mix and match with my brighter shades. That would be so great.

Agree that neither is “bold & unexpected”, but that said, I really like the Chung palette. Appreciate a matte base color and think the inclusion of grey makes it a bit more interesting.

The Jamie Chung one looks very interesting and not too common of a combo either! But I think I will just put my own two trios together as planned, because there are just some shades I’m dying to get my paws on. Neither of these quads have even one shade from my (long) MUFE wishlist.

Well, I’ve been wanting to pick up some MUFE shadows and the brand appeals even more now–I’ll be picking up Andreja’s palette for sure.

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