Behind the Scenes of This Fall’s Muse Look


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In September, MUD announced the launch of their Fall/Winter look, the “Muse”. But how does a final look make it into the pages of the latest MUD Art Newspaper and other editorial features? That’s a story that involves a lot more than a simple make-up application.

Every season, MUD Artists are busy coming up with different moods and looks for the upcoming season, drawing inspiration from a variety of places. Whether it’s a place, color scheme, or attitude, every look that is submitted has been thought out and experienced within the imagination of the artist behind it.

The Artist Behind the Muse

Elizaveta Kudryashova graduated from the MUD Fashion Make-Up Artistry program and currently works as an artist and school director for MUD location in Slovenia. Originally from Russia, Elizaveta enjoys surrounding herself with the support of her fellow MUD artists.

While creating this fall’s look, she used a fabulous range of colors in cold, metallic, dark shades of Graphite and Tinsel Eye Colors. They are then spiced up with the warmth of the Cajun Spice motivated by the brilliance of the fall season. The Mysteriously soft, yet edgy look is a collection of elegant seduction and inspiration, thus the name comes from the Greek mythology character, the Muse, the daughter of inspiration.

Check out the looks above to find other looks you can achieve with the collection along with the inspirational images that helped create the Muse look.

Available online at or MUD retail locations, the Muse kit retails at $83.00, and is available for $39.50 USD.

This look includes:


// Tinsel Eye Color Compact

// Graphite Eye Color Compact

// Cajun Spice Eye Color Compact

// #810 Smudger Brush

Cheeks and Lips

// Sweet Cheeks Color Creme

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