Evening all! I'm sure you'll all be glad to know that I'm back blogging; I moved house so I took a wee break from writing to organise myself and all that jazz. I'm glad to be back however, and have a ton of posts lined up for you all!
Last week, I attended a fabulous event at Make Up For Ever, launching their new lipstick and gloss collection - everything from the sheerest nude, to the boldest bright. I've been a fan of MUFE products for ages now, as most of you know I studied a makeup artistry course there last Summer, so I was thrilled to head along to this event. MUFE are mostly known throughout the beauty world for their foundations, especially their HD range. They felt they were lacking in some departments however, and decided to ump the amp and release 100 new lipsticks and lipglosses.. yes, one hundred. Form a queue ladies!
The Rouge Artist Intense lipstick range is divided into two categories; Intense and Natural. There are 50 shades in each category, with a shade and consistency for everyone. The €19 price tag may be a tad steep for some, but I can assure you it'll be worth every penny investing in one of these gorgeous products. MUFE is a brand I go to constantly for trustworthy and unique products. Their Matt Velvet + foundation in the shade '15' is an all-time favourite of mine, being one of the only foundations to match my pale skin to a T.
Annie Gribbon the owner of the MUFE store and MUFE's International Professional Trainer David Arbid talked us through the new range, and tried out some of the gorgeous shades on myself, Julie and Aoife. I, of course, opted for a crazy purple. I adored it, and surprisingly enough I even liked the gloss on top (I usually detest lipgloss). It had fantastic staying power, and made my lips pop and really completed my look.
MUFE products are tough to get hold of, sure London are still waiting for a flagship to be opened on their shores - we're trés lucky here in Dublin to have one, and it's been around for almost 25 years. Fret not though, Annie told us that MUFE will be opening an Irish online store in the very near future, so keep your eyes peeled! Exciting stuff..
All photography by Conor Clinch.
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