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on 1/17/2017 4:31:00 PM
More reviews by fatimarshad
Skin: Acne-prone, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
Not up to the mark....won't be buying it again...disappointed !!
on 11/21/2016 12:50:00 AM
More reviews by Canadianpetite
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool
Hair: Black, Straight, Medium
Pros:- a selection of shades to neutralize redness, dark circles or just for concealing- when successful, is subtle under concealer- green one perfectly neutralizes redness from fresh scars; undetectable under concealer unless viewing under 10x-enlarged mirror- no detectable scent- stays on for 7 to 8 hours- did not irritate my skin- clear lid so can spot it easily in my drawerCons:- very dry so would stretch delicate eye area - expensive but could be worth it if it applies creamy (as other reviewers find it; I live north of Seattle)- plastic lid looks easy to break but then it only stays in my drawer so it's safeBought #1 (with green pot at very right-hand) in October. Started using right away but not creamy at all. Had to apply rosehip oil on undereye to make the salmon one adhere. Had to layer several times since product was so dry. Used TheBalm concealer on top. The following is from Sephora website:#1: Light-to-medium skintones with redness concernsColor Correctors: Green: Neutralizes redness Purple: Neutralizes sallowness Orange: Neutralizes blueness Red: Neutralizes ashiness/greynessFor my NC30 skintone, all but the left-hand pot suited my colouring. I used it for hiliting the inner corner of my eye - so subtle and without shine as I prefer. Eventually, I did not like how much I had to drag the product under my eyes. I found Quo (Canadian) four-corrector palette which was creamy and way cheaper but as effective. MUFE Camouflage was returned to Sephora and will not purchase again.
on 2/22/2016 3:23:00 PM
More reviews by garnetandpearl42
Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Review for Palette 5 (for light complexions)This is very much a dressed-to-the-nines corrector palette, for a very composed face. I use it over my usual foundation for a smoothing, color boosting, dressed-up look. (I use a highly blendable stick foundation from W3LL PEOPLE, I'm not sure how the palette pairs with a more standard/classic liquid foundation.) It gives a lovely, professional "I'm wearing make-up and it looks spectacular" vibe. This is not to say that you can't get a look from it that has a natural feel -- the palette is wonderfully creamy and doesn't cake a bit. It has great range -- and if you use it without too many additional shadows and liners and mascaras, you get that très chic off-duty model look. Also, you're free to layer it on or go simple and use it just under your eyes. The dusty mauve shade makes an excellently subtle blush. It took me a few tries to figure it out. It's not one of those palettes that comes with little diagrammed instructions suggesting what part of your face to put each color on. This is a palette you have to teach yourself. But after two or three tries, in which I learned to only use four out of the five shades (the ochre shade comes off quite yellow) and to put a fine layer of powder over it to set -- it's become an enormous boost to my beauty collection. It's one of those products whose primary result, when used successfully, is to make you feel beautiful in a very particular kind of way.
2 of 2 people found this helpful.
on 10/24/2014 11:15:00 PM
More reviews by SDnicole
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium
This is honestly probably one of the worst concealers I have ever tried. The main reason I bought it was for the green shade to colour correct my pimples, but it didn't make any difference whatsoever. Then, when I tried the concealers, they caked horribly while at the same time giving me almost no coverage. This is the first product I've tried from MUFE, and I have to say, I'm really disappointed.
5 of 5 people found this helpful.
on 10/24/2014 2:09:00 PM
More reviews by Sasha4099
Skin: Normal, Dark, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
This stuff is extremely pricey when you consider that you get mediocre results. It does not provide much coverage and I find myself using concealer on top of this color corrector. It is creamy but turns powdery upon application. After you apply foundation over it, it moves around no matter how gently the foundation is applied. My drugstore concealers work better and cost significantly less. I paid $40 for this palette. The Graftobian Palette is much better and I think I paid $25 on Amazon.
on 6/26/2014 11:59:00 PM
More reviews by miniequalcrzy
Skin: Oily, Tan, Not Sure
I bought this on a whim while returning something at sephora and it made my day just to buy this thing, I was so excited!I had always seen others use this (and recommend it) and never really thought it would be of much use until I swatched no.4 on my hands and I fell in love as soon as I saw the colors They are so versatile its like having a bunch of products in one palette and I can even color correct and color match and....even use this as a blush/bronzer! (I'm thinking of mixing the orange with the second darkest shade that's a little orangey on it's own and it reminds me of this MUFE blush I really wanted to buy) The price put me off though until I realized that technically I would spend fifty bucks just trying to find a good color corrector or a concealer to match me properly and another one for the summer and on and on (Plus technically it costs ten bucks per color which is like drugstore prices)update::: I now use no.2 exclusively, because I realized no 4 wasn't as awesome as I thought but I still really like this palette for the quality of the product. Whenever I use this I just make sure to warm up the product a little and it stays put all day. That's incredible Lol. It seriously does not budge even a centimeter and its just as opaque as when I applied it fresh. Incredible. Just incredible.(As you can probably tell I have never had this experience in my life) The comfort of knowing I'm getting all day coverage is nice :) SO,Overall, I would recommend this and repurchase it in a heartbeat! It really is worth your money
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 6/15/2014 3:19:00 PM
More reviews by missamanthann
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool
Hair: Red, Straight, Fine
I bought this palette in No. 1 (with the green-based concealer) because I am very fair skinned and have a lot of redness and acne that I wanted to cover up. I tried this out in Sephora, and while it is effective, you have to put a bit more work into it than a normal concealer to get it to stay and not look cakey.So I start out by, after primer and powder, dabbing the green concealer on my problem areas (any acne, super redness, etc). Then I apply my liquid foundation like normal, stippling over the areas that I applied concealer to blend in everything. After I've applied my foundation, I will go back with the two lightest concealer shades to touch up any areas that still need coverage. You need very, very little to get full coverage, as anything more will look cakey. Also this is definitely not suitable for under eye coverage (it will crease). I have also found that it applies best with my fingers, which warms up the concealer a bit and makes it more blendable.After I have concealed everything, I will set it with powder. I personally set it with MAC studio fix powder foundation (I laugh at the idea of "too much coverage), using the powder puff that comes with it to press and roll the foundation into the concealer. This is the number one difference between the concealer looking cakey and it looking natural. Yes it takes some work, but it really does cover up and conceal. It lasts all day and using all of these steps, I have never had an issue with a bump too red to cover.This comes with five shades, but really only the first two are totally suitable for pale skin concealer. However, you can also use the darker two shades for contouring; just follow the same steps for setting with pressed powder to make it last and not look cakey. And $40 for five concealers (all of which go a very, very long way) is an unbeatable price in my opinion.Reasons why you would not like this palette: (1) the amount of work involved. I already spend a lot of time on my makeup, so the extra couple minutes for full coverage is worth it to me, but if you're the type of person who likes to be ready in a couple minutes, you won't like this product. (2) It still looks like you're wearing makeup. I already look like I'm wearing foundation and concealer and everything, which I personally don't mind, but if you want to have the no-makeup makeup look, this won't be a good product for you. (3) You don't really need a color correcting concealer. I bought this almost solely for the green concealer and have ended up using the rest of the shades, but if you don't need the color correction, then one of the shades will be forever unused and you may deem that a waste.Overall though, this palette is exactly what I needed for red, fair skin. The quality is good, coverage is excellent, and the amount of product for the price is incredible for a high-end brand. Yes it takes more work than the standard concealer but for those of us who cannot live with the angry red bumps on our face, it is completely worth it.
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 6/1/2014 2:05:00 AM
More reviews by gee1ny
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium
I purchased this palette in no.1, the one with the green concealer. I love the concept of concealer palettes since you can customize the color to your liking. It's super convenient for me because I always seem to end up with the wrong shade when it comes to concealers or foundations. For that reason I really wanted to like it but I find that it is too creamy. Don't get me wrong, creamy can be a good thing since you can build the product up without the product caking up BUT it's too creamy that it tends to slide off, even with a setting powder. I would only recommend it to those who don't wear makeup for a long period of time like perhaps for photo shoots. For everyday though I would try the full coverage concealer instead.
on 5/18/2014 5:01:00 PM
More reviews by patootiecutie1988
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Coarse
I am pretty disappointed in this product, I purchased it to cover up pimples (eww) and the huge circles that I have under my eyes. It looks good for about 5 minutes and then it starts to look cakey, settles into the two lines I have under my eyes (which I didn't even realize were there until I started using this concealer!) and makes the pimples I was trying to cover more noticeable.I've tried it with two different smashbox primers, elf, palladio, and a tarte primer... I give it time to settle and then set it with my MUFE setting powder and it still looks like crap.. For $45 I definitely expect more, needless to say I wont be repurchasing this!
on 3/2/2014 6:20:00 PM
More reviews by chinkschinka
Skin: Combination, Tan, Not Sure
Absolutely amazing color from palette # 4 : (i use orange # 20) for correction and the yellow (i think #14) for highlighting.......BUT --- it is really poor quality. It dries real fast. Need to warm it up by rubbing fingers or heating it even in the microwave !!! But more than that , it dries up underneath my eyes. I have combination skin but very dry skin under the eyes and this product just does not spread easily...If anyone knows any tips of how to use it better for dry skin , I would appreciate the help. Overall , great color for pigmentation/correction/ under eye dark circles but very poor quality application.
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