MUA Mini Reviews

Friday, 18 January 2013

All MUA products shown are between £1 and £3.50 available here or exclusive to Superdrug

As you all probably know, I love MUA for their quality vs their price tag. Some things are hit and miss but overall their quality, colour and product range is just fantastic. Instead of boring you all with full reviews I thought I'd do mini reviews so you can get the gist of a product and whether it's worth it.

Blush Perfection
While it can seem a little oily to the touch this blends in beautifully with my fingers. I chose the shade 'Yummy' which is a deeper peachy pink as opposed to 'Dolly' which looked quite a bright pink. It gives a light glow that can be built up and looks perfect with highlight and a fixing powder.

Pro Base
I love these concealers and they do a good job. It felt oily in the pan to the touch like the cream blush but blended out well and didn't leave my face feeling sticky. I don't think much of the highlight shade but the two concealers work well with my pale, slightly rosy complexion.

Pressed Powder
A repurchase for me as it's not heavy or cakey but still sets foundation well all for £1. It's big enough to swirl your brush and my only gripe is that the lightest shade is still a touch too dark so I have to use a very light hand.


  1. I really rate Mua cosmetics, and their cream blush is one of my favourites. I reviewed Dolly if you want to take a look and see how it looks on -

    Really nice snappy reviews hon - I haven't tried their pressed powder but definitely will now! x

    1. I have Dolly and I love it too! I hope to do more of the quick reviews soon xo