Review: MUA Trio Eyeshadow in Blue Babe

Today I’m reviewing this beautiful MUA Trio Eyeshadow in Blue Babe I bought while I was in England. MUA stands for Makeup Academy and although it says professional on the packaging you can buy it at Superdrug. Since I’m not a big fan of wearing blue eyeshadow I didn’t want to spend to much money on it .On the other hand I still wanted to buy something actually worth my money and luckily this trio didn’t let me down.

The Blue Babe Eyeshadow trio contains 3 shimmery eyeshadows, a light blue, a white-gold and a dark blue. They can be used either wet or dry and as you can see in the swatch picture the colours become more intense when used on a damp brush. My favourite colour out of this palette is the white-gold which works perfect as a highlight colour for the brow bone and/or the inner tear duct.

There are 5 other trio’s available and most of them contain my favourite colour, the pale gold. I’m actually thinking of picking up another one next time I’m in England.

Product information
Brand: MUA, Makeup Academy Professional
Product: Trio Eyeshadow
Colour: Blue Babe
Price: £2.50

What I like about it:
– It’s cheap!
– The white-gold is the perfect highlighter!
– Clear packaging, what you see is what you get.
– It’s small so easy to take with you when travelling.

What I don’t like about it:
– It’s only available in England.
– Colours appear more pigmented when used on a damp brush.
– Wet application means more work.

Have you tried any MUA products?




  1. Ziet er heel mooi uit, en heel erg gepigmenteerd!

  2. Beautiful blues!

  3. they colors are really pigmented!

    1. Indeed, not what I expected for that money.

  4. tribalfaerie · · Reply

    That pigmentation is AMAZING! I have found that MUA creases a bit faster on my oily lids. But the pigmentation on those are incredible. Have not tried the trio formula yet. ❤ (17 days!!!)

    1. You should try it and maybe use a different base, what base have you used it with? I can’t wait to see you again! PARIS!

      1. tribalfaerie · ·

        I have used UDPP for…um…torever… Don’t know anything that should make it stick better. Do you know something better that I should be using? Any tips?

      2. Maybe it will work with a MAC Paint Pot?

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