Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804, I-648, and M-510.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804 and I-648.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804 and I-648.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow M-510.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadow M-510.

There is no denying how much I adore Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows.  The pigmentation, cream-like texture, long-lasting wear, color choices and blendability are amazing.  So rather than bore you with repetitious accolades, I decided to simply show you how each of my newest additions wear.  I hope you enjoy 🙂

Swatches L-R: Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804, I-648 and M-510.

Swatches L-R:
Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804, I-648 and M-510.

  • ME-728 is a gorgeous copper with a strong red undertone.  Unfortunately, my camera did not capture the beautiful warm tones that were so evident in-person.  This shade was so pigmented, a very light hand was required during application.  Admittedly, the metallic finish was very distinct against my skin tone; definitely not office appropriate.  As with most of these shadows, the more they are blended the creamier the finish.
  • I-804 is a straight-up golden pink color, very reminiscent of Nars Orgasm.  This gorgeous shade can be used in the crease to add warmth, but my purpose for this shade is to use it as a blush.  I prefer to dip my blush brush in the color and then spray my brush lightly with water and apply the color to my cheeks.  The results yield a beautiful luminous pink hue that is natural without the need for a highlighter (I did not just say that).
  • I-648 is a neutral golden shade that can be used all over the lid for the fastest look ever.  This shade pairs beautifully with most colors.  The smooth non-glaring finish would suit all ages and is completely work appropriate.
  • M-510 is a yellow based vanilla matte shade that applies smoothly without looking chalky.  This shade is used for a brow bone highlight, an all over lid color and to tone down stronger colors.  I can foresee hitting pan on this darling very soon.

** All colors were applied over Nars Eyeshadow Primer.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804 , I-648 and M-510.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804 , I-648 and M-510.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804 , I-648 and M-510.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows ME-728, I-804 , I-648 and M-510.

For the above photos, ME-728 was applied all over the lids with my ring finger.  I-804 was applied directly on top with I-648 placed on the inner ¼ of the eye for a gradient effect.  ME-654 (reviewed here) was used lightly on the outer corners and crease.  As a finishing touch, M-510 was used on the brow bone.  A combination of ME-654 and ME-728 was applied to the lower lash line.  I-804 was used with a dampened brush on the cheeks as a blush.

Wearing Make Up Forever Artist Shadows M-510 with M-600.

Wearing Make Up Forever Artist Shadows M-510 with M-600.

Wearing Make Up Forever Artist Shadows M-510 with M-600.

Wearing Make Up Forever Artist Shadows M-510 with M-600.

For the above photos, M-510 was applied all over the lid and brow bone with my Chikuhodo Z-5 Eyeshadow Brush (reviewed here), followed by M-600 (reviewed here) added to the crease.  A combination of ME-654 and I-648 was applied to the lower lash line with YSL 3 Noir Bronze (reviewed here) used for the liner.  I-804 was used dry on the cheeks as a blush.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows I-648, M-600, M510 with I-524.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows I-648, M-600, M510 with I-524.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows M-510, I-648 and M-600.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows M-510, I-648, M-600 and I-524 in the inner corner.

For the above look, I-648 was used all over the lid with M-600 in the crease and M-510 on the brow bone.  A light dab of I-524 (reviewed here) was applied to the inner corner.  I-804 was used dry on the cheeks as a blush.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows M-510, I-648 and M-600.

Wearing Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows I-648, M-510 and M-600.

For this final look, I-648 was applied with my ring finger on the lid with M-510 applied directly on top with a little extra applied to the inner corners.  The effect was luminous without appearing overdone.  To define the eye, I used my Chikuhodo Z-5 Eyeshadow Brush to apply ME-600 to the crease and M-510 on the brow bone.  For the lower lash line, I used my Meme Eyeshadow Brush (reviewed here) to apply ME-654 and I-648.  This look reminded me of something a bride would wear on her wedding day; simple, elegant and polished.

Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows can be found exclusively at Sephora.

THE VERDICT:  If makeup could talk what would it say?

Makeup would tell you Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows are amazing.  Enough said!  Be well, stay safe and be happy.

-Maria

Sephora.com, Inc.

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About Maria Pia

A blog about beauty (what else), what makes me smile and life with two boys and a dog. This blog is about positivity and inspiration sewn in with a little humor. Makeup is not serious, but how we feel after we apply it, is no joking matter!!! I'm here to share my tips and tricks I have learned on my own for the past %&^$% years :) Enjoy my lovelies.

Comments

  1. Hello Maria,

    I am exploring the new line by Charlotte Tilbury e.g her K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipstick – Penelope Pink. I was wondering if you tried her wonderful products and could share your thoughts about it.

    -Cleo

    • Hello Cleo,
      I do not have any CT products and I’m dying to try her K.I.S.S.I.N.G Lipsticks. I was about to place an ordered, but was pleasantly sidetracked by YSL Rouge Pur Couture The Mats. Fear not, I will place an order soon enough 🙂 In the meanwhile, what is your favorite feature about her lipsticks?
      -Maria

  2. You wear these well, Maria! My personal favorite has to be I-648. I kinda wish they had some kind of names, because I am really bad at remembering numbers!

    • Hello Sunny,
      Thank you Sunny. I too love I-648, it seems to go with everything and can be worn by so many different skin tones. The numbers can be frustrating, especially when you have to writing about multiple shades.
      -Maria

  3. Beautiful colors that look so good on you. ME-728 is my favorite, I love copper colors with a metallic finish. I love the way you combined all these colors without making it look clownish 🙂

    • Hello Yolanda,
      Thank you. ME-728 is gorgeous, but a little too metallic for my lids. I have to get creative to make it work for my liking. I hope you give these a go. Many thanks for stopping by.
      -Maria

  4. Seriously gorgeous colors and looks. I’m really loving I-648 and M-510 combined. Although I have a problem remembering the numbers for each shade.

    • Hello Megan,
      That combo is so simple, yet it packs a lot of punch. I agree the numbers are not as appealing as giving each shade a name, but I guess it would have been a tremendous undertaking for MUFE to try and name 210 shades.
      -Maria

  5. I am jealous! They look fabulous on you! I-804 looks like one I would use not only as an eyeshadow but a blush.

    I think you need a bigger palette!

    Great post, and thank you for the temptation! 😉

    • Hello Olivia,
      Thank you so much sweet friend. I love I-804 as a blush, cheaper than a Nars blush and just as effective. You are so right, I need to invest in a Z-Palette. I need to get on that ASAP 🙂
      -Maria

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