I love a good matte eye shadow formula. And who better to make it than Make Up For Ever?! The Artist Shadows are some of the most beautiful colors I’ve seen, and thanks to the quality of these shadows, I was finally able to create a look that’s been on my mind for a while: Sunset Eyes. Using red, brown, and orange tones, I wanted to create the beautiful gradient we see when the sun begins to set over the ocean. Blending these shades together we get a hint of purple as well, giving this a rich and dramatic feel.

photo (2)photo (3)I decided to use Sienna, Burgundy, and Espresso, all matte shades and all super buttery blendable colors! These are highly pigmented colors, (wouldn’t expect anything less from MUFE) with a light-medium-dark range for that perfect gradient.

Check out the tutorial and let me know what you think! And if you haven’t seen the entire Artist Shadow collection from Make Up For Ever, check it out here.

Teni Panosian

I'm Teni Panosian, a lifestyle and beauty blogger based in Los Angeles.

There are 9 comments

  • Nicole says:

    Obsessed! I have been wanting to try out the new MUFE shadows + this makes me even more excited to get my hands on them. Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Janice says:

      What a great tutorial you do a great job of showing exactly how to do something..I will be checking out your other tutorials

  • Lol! Gorgeous! I don’t think I will ever be able to achieve this look but I love it 🙂


  • Nati says:

    Looks like they have amazing pigmentation 😉

  • Stunning. The colors are gorgeous and your application is absolutely flawless.

  • Malika says:

    Hi Teni,

    Many thanks for your excellent and descriptive tutorials.
    Wanted to ask you used Nyx wonder pencil, what colour did you use?

    Many thanks in advance,


  • Grayce says:

    LOVE these warm colors!!!

  • Ymor Beauty says:

    I just ordered similar colors from Sephora and I am excited to attempt this. I’m sad that Sienna is all sold out.

  • That is SO beautiful! I absolutely LOVE it! I think I will try this on myself. I haven’t use the MUFE artist shadows yet but you’ve convinced me they’re well worth it 😉

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