Here are swatches, comparisons and reviews of the MUA Glamour Days palette, the Glitterball palette and the 24-eyeshadow Immaculate Collection palette. You realise that I have one scrawny arm (attached to a body that weighs 48kg) free to swatch, and 48 eyeshadows? Something has got to give. With that caveat, I hope you're kind about the lousy swatch-pictures.
Anyway, first up is the Glamour Days palette, the first I ever received.
Second up is Glitterball, which was sent to me as part of a box-swap by Elle. Incidentally, the brown-gold shade on the bottom row is also present in the Immaculate Collection palette.
For those who are wondering about similar shades in Glitterball (left) and Glamour Days, below is a side-by-side comparison. As you can see, the teal-ish, greenish-gold shade (top row, fifth and eighth from left) is common to both. Incidentally, this colour is also present in the Immaculate Collection. Although they look different in the palettes, they are exactly the same shade in swatches.
Here is the Immaculate Collection palette, which was swapped by my mum for an e.l.f. warm palette. I have grouped shade families together when possible.
There are three colours in all 48 swatches which are exactly the same - gold in two palettes, pale teal in three palettes and the third is the black in Glitterball and IC), so I'm pleased to have 41 different shadows which are all well-pigmented and long-lasting. Whew. I have also recently acquired two Accessorize palettes with 32 shades each. Will do them one at a time, unless I grow an extra arm
or gain circumference of a foot or so overnight. All swatches were on bare skin; no primer/moisturiser/adhesive/solid/liquid/gas/substance was used.