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Friday, August 12, 2011

MUFE Aqua Cream

I was going out with family and friends the other night and was looking for an eye shadow that would last throughout the night. I orginally planned on going to Sephora and picking up a 24/7 Glide-On Shadow Pencil. After researching the UD pencils, I came across MUFE's Aqua Creams and headed to Sephora!

I was torn at first with which one I should choose but after finding out that the MUFE Aqua Cream was only two dollars more than the UD pencil and had double the amount of product it was a no brainer!

What Is It?

"An ultra-pigmented, long-lasting waterproof cream."

I picked up shade 15, which is a pretty copper color.

Size: 0.21 oz

What it does:
"Aqua Cream combines the highest-quality pigments with mother of pearl particles to give immediate rich color payoff with a luminous finish in just one application. It's long-lasting formulation will not crease or smudge under the most extreme conditions and its creamy and elastic texture allows for easy blending."

My Thoughts
I love love love it!!

I've been wearing it everyday since I purchased it and can't say enough great things about it. I will say that I noticed a little creasing when I skipped my eye primer (creasing, yuck!) Other than that, I love it! The staying power is really great, the woman at Sephora told me that I would need to buy MUFE's makeup remover but my removers and face wash took it off just fine.

If you're looking for a pretty, cream shadow or something that will last through a night of dancing I recommend this product! It comes so many beautiful colors, I'd buy them all if they weren't so pricey!

I'd love to hear your tips and product suggestions for long lasting makeup!!


  1. Thanks for sharing! I def think that I am going to try this stuff! What kind of eye primer do you use? I've been using Urban Decay, but I am almost out of it and thinking of trying to find a new one.


  2. I love it!! I'm trying to contain myself from buying it in every color! Ha ha I've been using Urban Decay for about two years now, it's still the first and only primer I've ever used. Ha ha

    You might do this already but just incase you don't- If you cut the UD bottle in half it's FULL of product! Whenever my bottles go "empty" I cut them in half and scrap out all the remaining product left inside (with a bobby pin) and put it into a small jar. It's amazing how much primer is still inside the bottle, I get so mad thinking about all the all the times I threw my other bottles out not knowing! Ha ha.

    If you decided to try a new primer let me know if you like it, I'm always looking to try new things :)