Sunday, 3 March 2013

MUA Undress Me Too Palette - Reviewed!

This is the second Undress palette from MUA, the first being a dupe for the Urban Decay Naked palette. It only took them a few months to bring out a dupe for the Naked 2 palette, meet the Undress Me Too palette. The palette is actually part of a range which i'm testing a few products out from too.
The palette comes in a white plastic case and includes 12 shadows. 3 of the shadows are matte the other 9 have shimmer too them. The palette comes with a sponge applicator which I personally find hard to use. 
The shadows are just smaller than a 10p coin. The shadows themselves are a little hard which is good because you don't get a lot of fall out on the other hand they're not the easiest to blend. 
The shadows are well pigmented especially the shimmery shades, the matte ones aren't as pigmented but are good for a drugstore brand. I find they last well all me, again the matte shades not as long as the shimmer one.
So how does it compare to the Naked 2 palette? Well they look very similar indeed. The main difference is that the Urban Decay shadows are a lot more creamy and blend easier. They're also a little more pigmented than the MUA.
Top MUA, Bottom Urban Decay
The shadows are pretty spot on dupes for the Urban Decay with only a slight few differences in some of the shades. All in all the MUA palette is a great dupe and if you're looking for a neutrals palette on a budget I would definitely recommend it. 

MUA Undress Me Too Palette retails for £4.00.

Have you tried the MUA Undress Me Too Palette?

8 comments:

  1. I've had the Naked 2 on my list for ages now but cant justify the pricetag, I might give this one a go first!!

    Photo-Jenn-ic



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    1. I would definitely recommend you trying it then! :)

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  2. I bought this the other day and was so impressed with it. As you said the matte shades aren't as long lasted but I find a primer sorts that out. Looking forward to your other reviews in the MUA range :)

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    1. I agree, you definitely can't go wrong for the price :)

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  3. Also have to add I much prefer the white packaging to the black.

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  4. Such an informative post! I just bought this and have wanted the Naked and Naked 2 palette for ages but since I have MUA's I guess I don't need it. I have still to try it out but I'm super excited- your swatches are great.

    Julianne
    http://www.julzobsessions.blogspot.co.uk/
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  5. I used to absolutely swear by the MUA palettes but after investing in UD Naked 2 I don't think I'd go back. MUA is a great budget version but I find the UD ones so much easier to work with and I find the shimmer is slightly finer milled so lasts better.

    Great review and the colour match is so good.

    M

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