Hi makeupholics…I am reviewing MUA Going For Gold Eye Shadow Palette today. MUA, Makeup Academy, is a brand that are really really cheaper but deliver great quality in the products. They have a wide range of products including eyeshadows, eye liners, Primers, lipsticks and nail polishes. They bring new products frequently, still keeping the prices down! The palette which I am reviewing today is a limited edition one…

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! 
It contains 10 fabulous shimmering eyeshadow shades in the new square pans.
If you notice the other His one is a bit different in shape…The square pans make it different. 

Packaging and Price
Comes in a palette with square pans with a sponge applicator
Regular Price: 4 GBP

Swatches and my view about the palette

What I like about the palette
These shades are easy to blend and apply. They are highly pigmented.
These shades lasts longer if a primer is applied underneath.
Its easy to remove it using any eye makeup remover. This palette contains the shimmery shades. 

What I didn’t like about the palette
All of the shades are shimmery. Doesn’t come with a mirror…
Contains Parabens…. I noticed some fallout while applying the eye shadows..But If a shadow shield is used while applying, Its perfect…

Overall I liked the palette and I recommend this to all my friends.

Have you tried MUA Going For Gold Eye Shadow Palette? Do you like it


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Nicole · January 29, 2013 at 6:57 pm

He hun, looks great,I think the colours will suite you good. (sister in law with same nice skin tone;-) I personally can’t wear the real warm toned/reddish browns and gold. So I skipped this palette, but it looks great.

    RENJI ANOOJ · January 30, 2013 at 9:00 am

    thnx nicole:))

    RENJI ANOOJ · January 30, 2013 at 9:01 am

    try creating smokey looks using dark shades and the shades frm this palette…It will look good on you:)) I m sure:) try it and tell me the results:)

    DIYMama · January 30, 2013 at 6:50 pm

    I got a “date” with my husband soon,I might try the smoky eye then;-) for everyday use as a mum of 2 smokey eye is a little to heavy a;-)

Angela · January 30, 2013 at 5:14 am

This palette does look lovely but yellow/gold tones just don’t suit me at all 🙁 I do have three other MUA palettes with more of the brown/earth shades and I love them all.
Angela xx

PS Did you enter my giveaway yet? It is open internationally hon x I’m now following you on GFC


    RENJI ANOOJ · January 30, 2013 at 9:01 am

    thnx angela…will folllow ur blog too:) luv ….xoxoxoxoxox

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