Review: Me, Myself & Mmmmitchell Pressed Pigment Palette
Beauty Bay is about to drop their biggest collaboration yet and I feel so lucky to be able to share the details with you ahead of launch. Beauty Bay have teamed up with British MUA Mmmmitchell to bring us a new palette. The Me, Myself and Mmmmitchell pressed pigment palette contains 32 shadows in matte, shimmer and colour shifting duo-chrome finishes with a fantastic design.
I have photos and swatches to show you today so let's dive straight in.
Beauty Bay Me, Myself & Mmmmithell Palette Highlights:
32 super-intense pressed pigments
Next level colour pay-off
Pigments can also be used as blush, highlighter or as desired
Available HERE for £30
Beauty Bay Me, Myself & Mmmmithell Shade Descriptions:
Manchester – a sunshine yellow matte
Macaroni – a warm mustard matte
Modest – a soft peach matte
Melted – a true gold shimmer
Mental – red-orange bright matte
Man-Made – a warm brown matte
Mixer – a rich yellow matte
Muffin – a white base shimmer with pink reflects
Muse – a warm burgundy-brown matte
MMMMad – a bright red matte
Mr.H – a soft peachy-pink matte
Meaty – a warm shimmer
Minnie – a rich dark red matte
Morning Glory – a bright pink matte
Milkshake – a bubble gum pink matte
Michelle – a bright pink shimmer
Main – a terracotta matte
Monday – a chocolate brown matte
Mafia – a deep black matte
Master – a bronze shimmer
Mardy – a deep khaki matte
$hmoney – a bright green matte
Meh – a warm-toned brown matte
Minty – a white base shimmer with green reflects
Marine – a white base shimmer with blue reflects
Moody Mitch – a deep navy matte
Mist – a true blue matte
Miracle – a marine green matte
Morgan – a bright purple matte
Myles High – a soft lilac matte
Motto – a rich purple matte
Mega – a bright blue shimmer
Beauty Bay Me, Myself & Mmmmithell Swatches:
Beauty Bay Me, Myself & Mmmmithell Review:
The palette's packaging is really something different. I love the small details to the outside which give a nod to Mitchell's hometown Manchester and his family. The palette opens like a book with two sides separated by a magnetic double-sided mirror - which I think is genius design. It can be flipped either way depending on the side of the palette you are using or can be removed altogether for total flexibility and ease of use. I can appreciate the design has been thoughtfully considered. The mirror feature offers something a little different in a market saturated with eyeshadow palettes - which I find refreshing.
The palette contains every shade you could possibly need from cool-toned brown, bubble gum pink, soft lilac, bright green and warm tones. Making it ideal for anyone who is just building their collection or the perfect travel companion for those who are regularly on the go.
The pans are extremely generous and contain 2.8g (0.09oz) of product. These are going to last ages which also makes them really good value for money (93p per shadow!!).
The shadows themselves pack a punch and because they are pressed pigments a little goes a long way (again value for money!!). The shades which have a colour shift are Muffin, Minty and Marine and they are PRETTY but I do like the formula of Minty the most. The shimmers are intense and I especially love the shades, Michelle and Mega. The mattes are smooth and have great colour pay off.
Overall, if you are looking for great quality shadows, value for money and something to begin your eyeshadow collection, are a frequent jet-setter or searching for a great all in one you'll love this.
The Beauty Bay X Mmmmitchell Me, Myself and Mmmmitchell pressed pigment palette launches on 1 September 2019 HERE at 6pm BST priced £30.
Let me know your thoughts on this palette in the comments below!
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