MUFE Artist Palette

After hearing a lot of great things about MUFE's Artist Palette, I finally decided to pick one up this month. I've never really tried their products before, aside from their foundation that everyone likes, so I was eager to get my hands on some eye shadow. (And with Sephora's flash shipping membership, I didn't have to spend hours trying to bump up my order to exactly $50.)

The first thing I noticed about it was that it was small:

I don't know why, in my head, I was thinking it'd be about the size of Kat Von D's old palettes. Maybe because that's what the inside of the palette reminds me of. It's actually small, but hey - I don't mind, I guess. I've already got plenty of large palettes that don't travel well.

The package art on the top feels slightly gummy, like those puffy stickers you might have gotten as a kid. (Which I like.) It's also glittery like puffy stickers :) Inside are eight shadows (and two tiny brushes, which I removed for the photo):

MUFE's Artist Shadows are identified by finish, so here's what's in this palette, from left to right:

M-536 - Matte "Milk Tea," which is kind of tan
I-524 - Iridescent "Pinky Beige" Speaks for itself.
I-550 - Iridescent "Olive Gray," which just looked warm-taupey on me
D-652 - Diamond "Celestial Earth," which is a warm, bronzey brown
ME-728 - Metallic "Copper Red," though it doesn't seem very much on the red side to me.
ME-230 - Metallic "Peacock Blue"
D-926 - Diamond "Blueberry," though really, it's a darker lavender
ME-930 - Metallic "Black Purple"

Swatches, in order as listed/shown above:

These are all available individually, by the way.

So, it's a nice mix of colors, a bit on the warm side, which is fine for me, but not for everyone. They're smooth and buttery, and very easy to work with. I got minimal fallout (if any) from the "Diamond" shades, which are glittery. They wore well all day (on top of a primer - I always use primer).  Seriously, this is a great palette, and a great introduction for me to MUFE.

Blueberry all over the lid, Black Purple in the crease

Olive Gray all over the lid
If anyone has any good recs for other MUFE products, let me know!