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post #1231 of 1318

Hm... Not sure if I missed something, but there are a bunch of the old Rouge Artist shades (regular, not the natural ones) that are no longer on the Sephora web site. Wonder if MUFE has discontinued some to make room for the new range? 

 

Missing numerically are: 

 

3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 14, 16, 19, 20, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 30, 31, 35, 41, 45, 49

 

I know Sephora started out having all of them, so I'm not sure what's up. Here's Karla's swatches from the original launch in case you're wondering which colours are missing: 

 

http://karlasugar.net/2010/08/make-up-for-ever-rouge-artist-intense-recap/

 

post #1232 of 1318

MUFE academy was at IMATS NYC 2012. Unfortunately they weren't selling any product. However very fortunately they were handing out 40% off vouchers for the NYC MUFE boutique with an  IMATS admission bracelet. So after the show my sister and I zoomed over there and bought some product. They had a new product called the AQUA SHADOW. Its MUFE's version of the NYX Jumbo Pencil however these DO NOT CREASE!!! There were 10 colors in a range from a light champagne to dark smokey blues and greens. I purchased 2 of these and I can't wait to use them.

post #1233 of 1318
I bought a few new products from MUFE when I went to Sephora this week. I was excited to see that they had the new bronzer, the blushes, the shine powders, etc. I bought the darker bronzer(#40), the coral blush and the champagne colored shine powder. I love them all. Truly fantastic. The bronzer is pigmented, not orange and totally flattering. The blush is smooth, bright and pigmented. The shine powder is better than the Mac beauty powders I kept buying. Now, I wanna go back for some of the eye brushes.

I might buy some of the shadow pencils, but I am most excited for the new aqua creams coming out soon.
post #1234 of 1318
I checked into Sephora today and they had the new Mufe eyeshadow primer. I haven't tested it on my eyes yet, but I love how it looks on my hand. It's silky smooth like Nars (my favorite one), but it adds luminosity to the skin. It's slight. Not shimmer or glitter, but like a natural highlight. I'll report back on it after I try it, but I am excited.

Also, I spotted a select few shades of the aqua eyes shadow pencils. I snatched up 2. One is a shimmery beige pink and the other is a dark matte brown. Temptalia gave the matte shades a bad review and the shimmery shades a solid review. I have to say that I love both of these. Soon as I got home, I put one on each eye w/o primer. I wore them for a couple of hours and there was no creasing or fading. I guess everyone's experience is different, but I had no doubt that these would work. Mufe is too good with their aqua eyes line. Anyway, I prefer the brown because it's so different somehow. It's almost a greyish brown. It can be smoky and dramatic or really soft. Plus, I like matte colors these days.

Hopefully, they'll get more shades, but I think I'm just going to order a few more anyway.
post #1235 of 1318
I am also interested in the aqua shadows. will have to try them some time. I also really like the rouge artist natural lipsticks (we just got those in Canada). I may try those at the next F&F sale.
post #1236 of 1318
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Originally Posted by baghdad81 View Post

I am also interested in the aqua shadows. will have to try them some time. I also really like the rouge artist natural lipsticks (we just got those in Canada). I may try those at the next F&F sale.

  Are these shadows at sephora yet? I really want to try them. 

post #1237 of 1318
post #1238 of 1318
Again, the aqua shadows are so amazing. I already have 5 or 6. I also have the new yellow and sky blue aqua creams. So, so great. Mufe is so quality.
post #1239 of 1318
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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

Again, the aqua shadows are so amazing. I already have 5 or 6. I also have the new yellow and sky blue aqua creams. So, so great. Mufe is so quality.

Is the yellow matte? I've been to Sephora so many times in the last few weeks and I've not looked at the MUFE counter since I purchased the grey aqua shadow pencil.

post #1240 of 1318
It's mostly matte. When you swatch it, you can see the tiniest bit of shimmer in the pot, but it doesn't really translate on the eye at all.
Edited by shontay07108 - 6/2/12 at 9:49pm
post #1241 of 1318
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Originally Posted by shontay07108 View Post

It's mostly matte. When you swatch it, you can see the tiniest bit of shimmer in the pot, but it doesn't really translate on the eye at all.

Thanks!

post #1242 of 1318
Anyone know if any of the sculpting blushes are close to MAC omega?
post #1243 of 1318
Not sure. But even if I did, not all of them are on Sephora. ssad.gif

http://www.makeupforever.com/products/cheeks/sculpting-blush.html
post #1244 of 1318

I have been wanting to buy the Aqua Creams for awhile and I have my eyes on #23! That would make a great base for Sugarpill's Acidberry e/s!

post #1245 of 1318

If you love MUFE, you might be interested to check my last blog post, I have many pictures of the Sephora boutique and Pro Loft! :)

post #1246 of 1318
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Originally Posted by PrettyKitty View Post

If you love MUFE, you might be interested to check my last blog post, I have many pictures of the Sephora boutique and Pro Loft! :)

oh I am jealous. My sephora doesnt have a quarter of mufe products that one does

post #1247 of 1318
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Originally Posted by Genn View Post

oh I am jealous. My sephora doesnt have a quarter of mufe products that one does


My Sephora only has a very small MUFE selection, also.  Boo.

post #1248 of 1318

Don't be jealous, I don't even have a Sephora where I live! So no MUFE counter!

post #1249 of 1318

I went to my local Sephora yesterday and I saw the Black Tango palette. Well, it's really very pretty but expensive ( 39 € ), I definitely prefer focusing on the major collections for Fall : Chanel, Nars, M.A.C, the nail polishes ( from MUFE ) are lovely but easily dupable I guess. Not disappointed because the palette is great, but I simply don't need it, neither do I need the UD palette ( 43 € ! ) or other makeup products.

post #1250 of 1318

Is it true that the Full cover concealer in #1 is darker then #3? I want to try it, but I read this and now I am not sure which shade to get.

post #1251 of 1318
Does MUFE have a tinted moisturiser? Is it the face and body foundation?
post #1252 of 1318
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Originally Posted by jetjet View Post

Does MUFE have a tinted moisturiser? Is it the face and body foundation?

Yes, it's the face and body foundation.
post #1253 of 1318

Have you heard of the new Pro Finish powder foundation?

 

Here's the link to the product on Sephora website:

http://www.sephora.com/pro-finish-multi-use-powder-foundation-P377189?skuId=1479575

 


A multiuse powder foundation with a patent-pending formula that can be applied wet or dry for buildable coverage and a customized finish.

Formulated with exclusive vegetal coated bio-mimetic pigments, this breakthrough formula lets you customize your foundation result. For a matte finish with full coverage, apply it dry. For a satin finish with sheer coverage, apply it wet. Pro Finish’s lightweight texture blends seamlessly with your natural skintone for a long-wearing, flawless complexion. Enriched with nourishing ingredients, it hydrates and soothes the skin for ultimate comfort. This versatile compact is perfect for on-the-go application as well as touch-ups throughout the day.
 

Source : Sephora

post #1254 of 1318
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Originally Posted by PrettyKitty View Post

Have you heard of the new Pro Finish powder foundation?

Here's the link to the product on Sephora website:
http://www.sephora.com/pro-finish-multi-use-powder-foundation-P377189?skuId=1479575




A multiuse powder foundation with a patent-pending formula that can be applied wet or dry for buildable coverage and a customized finish.


Formulated with exclusive vegetal coated bio-mimetic pigments, this breakthrough formula lets you customize your foundation result. For a matte finish with full coverage, apply it dry. For a satin finish with sheer coverage, apply it wet. Pro Finish’s lightweight texture blends seamlessly with your natural skintone for a long-wearing, flawless complexion. Enriched with nourishing ingredients, it hydrates and soothes the skin for ultimate comfort. This versatile compact is perfect for on-the-go application as well as touch-ups throughout the day.

 
Source : Sephora

I am impatiently waiting for this
post #1255 of 1318
Quote:
Originally Posted by PrettyKitty View Post

Have you heard of the new Pro Finish powder foundation?

 

Here's the link to the product on Sephora website:

http://www.sephora.com/pro-finish-multi-use-powder-foundation-P377189?skuId=1479575

 


A multiuse powder foundation with a patent-pending formula that can be applied wet or dry for buildable coverage and a customized finish.

Formulated with exclusive vegetal coated bio-mimetic pigments, this breakthrough formula lets you customize your foundation result. For a matte finish with full coverage, apply it dry. For a satin finish with sheer coverage, apply it wet. Pro Finish’s lightweight texture blends seamlessly with your natural skintone for a long-wearing, flawless complexion. Enriched with nourishing ingredients, it hydrates and soothes the skin for ultimate comfort. This versatile compact is perfect for on-the-go application as well as touch-ups throughout the day.
 

Source : Sephora

I saw it on Sephora's website and cannot wait for it to be released!

post #1256 of 1318

I got my samples of the new powder foundation, will play with it this weekend. Not sure how to use it! lol

post #1257 of 1318

How'd you get samples, PrettyKitty?

post #1258 of 1318

MAChostage, they sent it for a review on my blog. Sorry I should have said that!

post #1259 of 1318

No problem, Pretty.  I'll have to check out your review of it!

post #1260 of 1318
The powder foundation is now in stock! I'm going to wait, though. I went crazy in the mall today. I would like to wait until I can swatch and be sure of my shade, but who knows when my Sephora will get it and if I ask, most likely they will have no clue. So, by the end of next week I'll just take an educated guess at my shade.
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