Wednesday, July 04, 2012

Makeup Academy: 'Going for Gold' Eyeshadow Palette.

I want to show you another new release from Makeup Academy for today (July 4th). This is the limited edition Going for Gold palette*, this has been created in honour of the upcoming London 2012 Olympic Games. It contains 10 square pan large eyeshadows that are of the usual MUA eyeshadow quality.

MUA Say:
To celebrate the much anticipated 2012 London Olympics, MUA has introduced the champion of all make-up palettes, a limited edition Going for Gold Palette!

Made up of 10 fabulously shimmering eyeshadow shades in the new square pans, MUA urges you to get in the winning mood and go über glamorous to cheer on your team. Whether you’re going for a subtle highlighting effect or attention-grabbing statement eyes, you will be sure to dazzle with the Olympians.
I really love this one, it is packed full of every gold, silver and bronze shade that you could possibly need for any look. I love the bright yellow and copper tones because they really enhance my blue eyes. All of the shades are smooth, buttery and nicely pigmented..

They are really blendable and will make for a great Olympic inspired look, and will also be perfect for festive looks at Christmas I think!

Check this out here, or in selected Superdrug stores.


hiikkis said...

You think just like! I think yellow, copper (actually orange and brown too)makes blue in eyes more vivid. I'm "old chick" and if my hubby says after 20 yrs that he loves my blue eyes, well I wan't to enchance those not flatten them with blue shadows (most pallets have those 1-4 couple) -LOL

laurasallmadeup said...

I love the look of this palette. I like how MUA have changed the design of it with square shadows instead :) Can't wait for mine to arrive in the post, hopefully today! :)

Laura xx

Unknown said...

I agree, bronze and copper tones are definitely best to brighten them up. :) I like to wear lots of different colours, but those shades really make my eyes stand out.

Unknown said...

I like the new design, though I'm not sure if it is permanent. It means two less shadows which I am sure some people will hate! :)