I adore MUA. Sometimes their social media presence can leave you feeling totally awkward but the products from the brand are amazing and super cheap. I reach for these over some of my high end products and love them even more than the most expensive items.
This particular palette differs from the others that the brand offers. The regular palettes are £4 for 12 shadows, but this one if £8 and you get a selection of 24 eyeshadows.
There is a brilliant selection of colours, so there is something for everyone here. You can create so many different looks from these shadows, and if you love on in particular you can find them in the £1 range of single eyeshadows that MUA offer.
The first row of shadows offers mostly pearl shades, and just one matte. The matte is almost invisible when swathed and the formula leaves a lot to be desired. It's chalky, and disappears the moment you try and blend it with anything. The pearl shades are gorgeous though. The formulation is great, they are pigmented and the blend nicely. There isn't chunky glitter, but you do get a little fall out if you pick up too much product! I just tap of the excess to avoid that.
The middle row offer some of my favourite colours in the collection. The golden/bronze colour is a great dupe for MAC Amber Lights and lovely champange colour are briliiant highlights. The matte colours here are just as bad as the one in the top row, so I don't use those but the pearl shades are loved dearly by me!
The last row offers the most matte colours in the collection and they are awful. The brightness and deepness of the colours mean they show up a bit more, but they are still awful to blend and they have so much fall out that you have to do the eyes first before you even think about creating a base.