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MUFE Holodiam (Holiday 2012)

post #1 of 34
Thread Starter 

Hi there!

 

Make Up For Ever has some nice products and gift sets for the holiday season. :D Everything is limited edition.

I'm not sure everything will be available everywhere. Some of the kits I could only find information about in french or italian, with prices in Euros. Does this mean those won't be available in the US? I don't know. But it's a possibilty.

 

 

 

 

Eyelashes - $16

 

 

Holodiam Powder - $25

  • #1 Copper: Pink, orange and yellow highlights
  • #2 Plum: Turquoise, violet and pink highlights.
  • #3 White: Gold, green and blue highlights.
  • #4 Brown Gold: Yellow, green and blue highlights.

 

 

 

Be Your Own Make Up Artist Station - $950

The ultimate gift for any true make up aficionado, this limited edition, free-standing, backstage inspired make up station is filled with 37 of MAKE UP FOR EVER founder Dany Sanz’s favorite products – everything an aspiring artist needs to become their own make up pro. The portable station turns any space into your own personal make up vanity, just like the pros use on film and TV sets. It is filled with MAKE UP FOR EVER’s newest additions and most iconic products for unlimited creativity. It also features empty compartments to house all of your other make up favorites.

  • HD Primer, HD Microfinish Powder
  • Aqua Eyes #0L, #2L, #3L, #11L
  • Aqua Cream #1, #13
  • Aqua Shadow #22E, #28E
  • Aqua Liner #8, #12
  • Aqua Black
  • Aqua Lip #14C, #8C
  • Rouge Artist Intense #43, #22
  • Rouge Artist Natural #N35, #N9
  • Lab Shine #D16
  • Smoky Lash, Aqua Smoky Lash
  • 10 Eye Shadow Palette
  • Diamond Shadow Refill #312
  • Flash Color Palette
  • HD Kabuki Brush, HD Blush Brush #55N, Lip Brush #3N
  • Brow Seal
  • Eye Shadow Brush #18S, Smudge Brush #14S
  • Aqua Seal
  • Sens’Eyes
  • Ellipse Sponge
  • Brush Cleanser
  • Mist & Fix
  • Double Pencil Sharpener
  • Lip Line Perfector

 

[NB: There is a visual floating around for this (it only shows part of the products), and a listed price of $95. I believe it's a mistake.]

 

 

 

Ultimate Eyeliner Set - $160

  • Aqua Eyes in #0L Mat Black, #2L Pearly Brown, #3L Iridescent Navy Blue, #5L Bronze Green, #11L Purple, #12L Blue with Green Highlights, #23L Champagne
  • Aqua Liner in #4 Diamond Lagoon Green, #7 Diamond Black Purple, #13 Mat Black, #15 Iridescent Anthracite
  • Khol Pencil in #1K Deep Black, #4K Intense Green, 9K Matte Mocha Brown
  • Double Pencil Sharpener

 

 

 

All Eyes on You - $59

  • Aqua Eyes #0L Mat Black
  • Aqua Eyes #21L Dark Grey
  • Aqua Cream #16 Pink Beige
  • HD Microfinish Powder
  • Smoky Lash

 

 

 

Aqua Eyes Collection - $36

  • Aqua Eyes #0L Mat Black (full size)
  • Aqua Eyes #2L Pearly Brown (full size)
  • Aqua Eyes #21L Metallic Grey (travel size)
  • Aqua Eyes #6L Black Purple (travel size)
  • Aqua Eyes #12L Turquoise (travel size)
  • Aqua Eyes #23L Champagne (travel size)

 

 

 

Aqua Eyes Kit - 29€90

 

 

 

Smoky Palette - 39€50

  • Eyeshadow #122
  • Eyeshadow #126
  • Eyeshadow #7
  • Eyeshadow #79
  • Eyeshadow #81
  • Eyeshadow #80
  • Eyeshadow #127
  • Eyeshadow #4

 

 

Check out this site ( http://fashionesedaily.com/blog/2012/10/23/were-lusting-over-make-up-for-ever-holodiam-powder/ ) for a beautiful step by step eye make-up using the Holodiam powders. Here is the final look:

 

 

 

Sources:

http://www.chicprofile.com/2012/10/make-up-for-ever-holodiam-holiday-2012-collection-gift-sets-info-photos.html

http://fashionesedaily.com/blog/2012/10/23/were-lusting-over-make-up-for-ever-holodiam-powder/

http://clippingsmagazine.com/?p=940

http://www.looknbe.com/fr_FR/tendances-mode-beaute/fiches/342/make-up-maquillage/?section=full

http://www.beautydea.it/anteprima-make-up-for-ever-holodiam-holiday-natale-2012/

http://www.fruitylashes.com/make-up-for-ever-holiday-2012-eye-catching-offerings-14530/


Edited by MarieMary - 10/24/12 at 3:32pm
post #2 of 34

Wow! Thanks for all the information.

post #3 of 34
Man, I'd love to buy these sets, but I have most of these products. girlhaha.gif I got one of the Holodium powders last week. I will post pics in a few.
post #4 of 34
OK, this is Holodiam powder #302. It's hard to capture. At some angles it's purple, then it's blue, then it's green and even brown. So, yeah but here it is:

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post #5 of 34
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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

OK, this is Holodiam powder #302. It's hard to capture. At some angles it's purple, then it's blue, then it's green and even brown. So, yeah but here it is:
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Shontay...have you tried this yet? Is it hard to apply or is there a lot of fall out? Does it look pretty once on? Thanks for the pics!

post #6 of 34

Yeah I'm always scared of loose shadows due to the mess.

post #7 of 34
I've tried it. It's not hard to apply and it is pretty. You can change it depending on what you pair it with. It only gets a bit messy once you remove it. Have a makeup remover and wash your face (obviously lol.gif).
post #8 of 34

The plum or the brown powders look the most interesting to me....I'd like to see them in person or read more reviews on them.

post #9 of 34
Thread Starter 

@MissTT: You're welcome! :)

 

@shontay07108: Thanks for the pictures! :)

post #10 of 34

WOW!!! The Holodiam Powder #3 White will be mine!!

post #11 of 34
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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

OK, this is Holodiam powder #302. It's hard to capture. At some angles it's purple, then it's blue, then it's green and even brown. So, yeah but here it is:
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This is pretty and so unique! I need it!
post #12 of 34

That's so pretty! May I ask where you bought it from? I noticed Sephora only has 2 of the 4 for sale :(

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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

OK, this is Holodiam powder #302. It's hard to capture. At some angles it's purple, then it's blue, then it's green and even brown. So, yeah but here it is:
flash:


no flash
post #13 of 34
I got it from Sephora online.
post #14 of 34

I just saw this collection in Sephora.  I was in a rush so I only tried 2 glosses.  But I wasn't sure if the glosses were part of the collection but they were underneath the Holodiam sign.  I swatched a gold and a black lipgloss on my hand.  Are the glosses part of the collection as well? I don't remember seeing them before.

 

Oh and I only saw two of those powders as well.

post #15 of 34

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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

OK, this is Holodiam powder #302. It's hard to capture. At some angles it's purple, then it's blue, then it's green and even brown. So, yeah but here it is:
flash:


no flash

Pardon me while I droll. this is why I love loose eyeshadow/pigment you really can't this effect with pressed shadows. They where not in store at my Sephora so I'm wondering if their online only or limited locations.

http://www.sephora.com/holodiam-powder-P376644

 

 

  • #1 301 Copper: Pink, orange and yellow highlights
  • #2 302 Plum: Turquoise, violet and pink highlights.
  • #3 303 White: Gold, green and blue highlights.
  • #4 304 Brown Gold: Yellow, green and blue highlights.

 

I also learned how to do makeup with loose pigments over pressed shadows (so when I use a pan I find the proses so stupidly fast lol ) The best trick I learned is to do the eye makeup firstAny fall out you can wipe clean then do the skin.

post #16 of 34

I got to play with all four of the Holodiam powders during IMATS Toronto. These are like glitter in nature and I was definitely look like a "Cullen clan" member after swatch. This stuff will get every were!

 

There pretty but you don't get a lot of products for the price point even my MUFE standards and I felt like I could get the same effect with the Glitters I already own.

post #17 of 34

Holodiam falsies:

 

 

(more pics on the blog, link is in my signature)

post #18 of 34

OH MY LORD.  I love them.  LOVE.

post #19 of 34

MUFE Holodiam #303 powder:

 

 

http://www.crystalcandymakeup.com/2012/11/eye-of-day-let-it-snow.html

 

 

Swatches are on my blog! Link is in my signature.
 

post #20 of 34
I switched the plum pigment , and it just leaves a bunch of real glitter on my hand. I wish the beautiful duo chrome was an actual eyeshadow as oppose to a glittery overlay. Maybe next time!
Edited by sss215 - 12/8/12 at 3:31am
post #21 of 34

i need those lashes! and i want the white holodiam i have the copper one and i have used it over MUFE shadow pencils, and over regular shadows and bases and i love it! the white one reminds me of the lorac 3d liquid lustre so i didnt get it at first but now since i love the copper one so much i want it anyways..i foil it also with fix plus and dab in the center of a dark smokey eye and i love the effect..

post #22 of 34
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Originally Posted by sss215 View Post

I switched the plum pigment , and it just leaves a bunch of real glitter on my hand. I wish the beautiful duo chrome was an actual eyeshadow as oppose to a glittery overlay. Maybe next time!

The product won't so much on your hand. It has to be layered over a shadow. If I had swatched this before I ordered it online, I probably wouldn't have bought it.

It's beautiful over a black base, but I love it most over a plum or burgundy. It's gorgeous that way. I'm not a big fan of glitter, but I make an exception in rare cases. This is one of them.
post #23 of 34
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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

The product won't so much on your hand. It has to be layered over a shadow. If I had swatched this before I ordered it online, I probably wouldn't have bought it.
It's beautiful over a black base, but I love it most over a plum or burgundy. It's gorgeous that way. I'm not a big fan of glitter, but I make an exception in rare cases. This is one of them.
Yeah I thought it was a pigment before I got to the store to try it out. Glitter is not my cup of tea. Do you know if these are lip safe? I think they would be pretty mixed in with one of my glosses.
post #24 of 34
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Yeah I thought it was a pigment before I got to the store to try it out. Glitter is not my cup of tea. Do you know if these are lip safe? I think they would be pretty mixed in with one of my glosses.

It doesn't specify if it can be used on the lips, but I'm assuming it can be. There's no warning against it.
post #25 of 34

Yes, I asked and they are lip safe!

post #26 of 34

Well a month later I caved and pick up the Make Up For Ever #303 Holodiam glitter this weekend. I'm still not happy about the price on to little product. It's a 1 gram jar that has a sifter and just barely 3/5th filled of that space of actually glitter,  you getting half the amount of product compared to the Diamond Powder for the same price at $28CAN. >_<

 

But I still liked that one and wanted to use up gift visa card so I got that and the last Tarina Tarantino Jewel Eyeshadow Palette in Wonderful in store. Pretty bad when on glitter cost more then a eyeshadow palette. lol

post #27 of 34

Is this the same Smokey pallet that didn't make an appearance earlier in the year?

post #28 of 34
*nods* Looks it.
post #29 of 34
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*nods* Looks it.

Hopefully this time I can get my hands on it.

post #30 of 34
Fingers crossed for you! smiles.gif
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