Tutorial, Look and Swatches of Make Up For Ever Pro Sculpting Brow Palette and Artist Acrylip*


Make Up For Ever has been releasing a few new products recently and I am bringing you a post featuring the Pro Sculpting Brow Palette and the Artist Acrylips! As always MUFE releases quality products that become staples in my day to day make-up routine.


Make Up For Ever recently released these brow palettes and YES! it has THREE shades. Most brow products come with two shades, so I find it very hard to be able to find a suitable shade that you can tailor specifically for you.

The palette above is the Harmony 2 - brown to black ($52 cad). The left side contains the three brow shades - I apply the lightest shade on the inner brown so that it is lighter and less harsh - I then apply the darkest shade on the tail of the brow. I use a blend of the middle and dark shade in the middle of the brow so that it can properly transition over. Last thing you want is unnatural sharpie brows. One thing to note is that the brush provided for the brow powder application, the angled brush is really too firm. I find that I am unable to pick up product with it as it just kicks up the powder. It is do-able with the wax to set the brows though, but I would like to see the brush improved to make the palette a complete set.

In the picture below, I show step by step how I fell in my brows:
First, I brush my brows in place and then set it with wax, then in the pictures below - 
Top = my bare brows
Middle = filling the front/inner part of the brow 
Bottom pic = full brow filled with tail filled as well. 
I finish by adding the highlighter cream under the brows to add some dimension.
As you can see it just frames the eyes, add some liner and yay! done! :) 


Below is the steps above repeated in the picture with the final product paired with shade 200 in the acrylip.



While the doe foot application is great, it is a bit harder to be precise with it. The formula however, is very forgiving, so the doe front application allows for one swipe application with ease and without being patchy at all. These Acrylips are ultra pigmented and buildable. One layer = more muted and matte (like I did in the swatches below for shades 200 and 301). For shade 400 I was so in love with this red that I put two layers on and it became glossy and super dramatic. I used to be very scared of using red, nor did I find it right for me - but with the proper shade...it really worked out and made me confident when I wore it.


Shades featured above from left to right: 400 Iconic Red, 301 Poppy Orange and 200 Candy Pink - ($29 cad each).


From top to bottom it is 400, 200 and 301.


MUFE has also released new loose shadow pigments called Star Lit Powders that I am DYING to get my hands on, they all look AMAZING, especially this jewel toned blue. Also, they released the Star Lit Liquid that is a liquid highlight. LOVEEEEEEEEEEE!! 

Until next time, XO  -M.

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