As I mentioned a million times before, I absolutely love MUA eyeshadow palettes. I feel like the quality is so much better than other eyeshadow palettes from the same price range and the pigmentation is just amazing. Because I like them so much I buy pretty much every neutral toned palette they come out with and I mostly end up loving them. Today it’s the Hall Of Fame palette’s turn. If you’re interested in finding out more about it, keep on reading!
The packaging of the Hall Of Fame palette is slightly different from the other MUA palettes. While most of them are black and some of them are white, this one is gray. I don’t really know why it is, but it’s not a big deal at all. I do kind of like it to be honest. Despite the different color the packaging is pretty much the same as all the MUA packagings. It’s basic and simple. It’s not very luxurious, but it’s also not cheap looking. It’s basically just fine.
The colors in the palette are a little different from the usual neutrals. Besides some pretty browns, this palette also has some more special colors like a very pretty denim blue color. Even though I don’t even use blue eyeshadow on a regular basis. I honestly don’t think I have ever used blue eyeshadow, I do like that it’s in here. It gives you the opportunity to experiment a little bit more.
Besides twelve beautiful eyeshadows, you also get a double ended sponge tip applicator when you buy this palette. I personally never use these, but if you’re not that into makeup or if you don’t have any brushes, it might be nice that they put it in there. However I do think it would be a lot better if these brushes at least had hairs instead of the sponge. The eyeshadows would show up a lot prettier and the completed look would lot a lot better in that case.
The palette contains, as I mentioned above, 12 beautiful eyeshadows. Some of them are shimmery, some of them just have a sheen to them and some of them are matte. I really like that there is a balance between the amount of matte and shimmery colors there. I think they did that really well. I’m not really into all matte eyeshadow looks, but I also don’t like using only shimmery shadows. This balance is therefore perfect for me.
The pigmentation of the eyeshadows is not bad at all. Most shadows are pretty pigmented, both the matte and the shimmery ones. They are all buildable and easy to blend. I really like how easy they are to work with. The main reason why I prefer MUA eyeshadows when it comes to budget eyeshadow palettes is because the MUA eyeshadows aren’t as powdery as other cheaper shadows are. These are actually made of high quality and they don’t cause tons of fall out or anything like that at all.
Another plus about this palette and MUA palettes in general is that the shadows stay on the eyes pretty nicely. I do have to say that they don’t stay in place as well as the higher end eyeshadows do or the Sleek eyeshadows, but they do definitely stay in place pretty well. They don’t fade as much as for example Essence or Catrice eyeshadows and they don’t crease, even if it’s a long day or a humid day.
Over all I think that this Hall Of Fame palette is definitely another hit. I’m certainly not let down by it and I absolutely love using this palette. The MUA and the Sleek palettes are actually the only cheaper palettes I actually gravitate towards. I think that if you’re looking for high quality eyeshadows for an affordable price this palette is definitely a great one. I highly recommend trying it out or just trying out any MUA palette!
The MUA Hall Of Fame palette is available at Superdrug and Kruidvat for £4,00/€5,99.
That was it for today. I hope you enjoyed reading today’s review and let me know which MUA palette is your favorite!