Can 3 blushers really be called a collection? Either way, I thought I'd share with you the blushers I own from Superdrug's MUA.
You're probably all aware that MUA is Superdrug's dirt cheap range. Originally, every product was £1 but now they're starting to expand their range so prices vary although they're all still unbelievably cheap. This brand is one that makes you wonder how some others justify their prices, as there is nothing cheap about the quality of these blushes.
The packaging won't be to everyone's taste and does feel quite budget, but it's small enough to fit nicely in my overcrowded make up box and doesn't attract the dirt like some others we could mention (ahem Topshop...) Ideally I would like the pan itself to perhaps be a square or a little big to let me get a real swirl going with my brush, but overall I'm happy.
The shades I've got (from left to right) are Shade 1, Shade 3 and Shade 4. Yep, uber annoying that they didn't give them names...but perhaps cutting out some sort of marketing genius is another way in which they keep their prices down? Shade 1 is a beautiful pale pink with peachy coral undertones, Shade 3 is showing up darker on camera and is a reddy brick colour whilst Shade 4 is a dusky rosy pink.
I'm a real sucker for continuity, and you may notice that Shade 2 is missing. This drives me crazy, and brings me to another issue I have. In my local Superdrug they rarely have a full range of products and quite often the shelves are bare. I'm not sure I've ever been lucky enough to swatch Shade 2 and see what it's like, or if I have it's never been available for me to buy. Then again, the fact that so many people purchase perhaps speaks for the quality of the products themselves.
Hands up, who else is an MUA fan?