This Fall is definitely a great time to think about switching up your style with some bold looks and new trends that are hitting the make-up airwaves
We have compiled a list of a few of our must-haves Eye shadow palettes that will be hitting the shelves this season, some of which we’re sure will grab your attention!
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you have probably heard Rihanna has taken the make-up world by storm in the past few weeks with her amazing new line of cosmetics. Not only did Rih Rih release a full line of cosmetics with 40 different shades of foundation (amazing!) she has now also added a new Eyeshadow palette as part of her Fenty Beauty Holiday Collection.
With 14 hyper-reflective sparkly, colorful shades, you can go from a neutral golden smokey eye to a hot pink or cool blue look. Make sure to grab it as we predict it will be sold out quickly!
Anastasia Beverly Hills PRISM Palette
Anastasia Beverly Hills seems to always be cooking up something special in their labs. They may have just launched a Palette (Subculture) in August 2017, but they have now released yet another eye shadow palette as part of the brands Holiday Collection which is the new limited edition Prism Palette.
This gorgeous palette features 14 fun bold colors (7 Ultra Matte and a combination of ‘Duo Chrome’ and ‘Metallic’ pigments) that will definitely provide you with an array of choices to rock for the holidays.
Morphe 3502 Palette
Our last must-have palette comes from none other than Morphe! They have just released their 35O2 Second Nature Eyeshadow Palette as a follow up to the original Morphe 35O Palette, which was released 2 years ago and made a huge stamp in the makeup community.
Both of these palettes are known for their generous quantity (35 shadows), beautiful neutral and warm shades and best of all their price (USD $23). It includes an array of different finishes from metallic to matte and satin. Be sure to get yours!
Can you believe it? Winter is almost over babes! As we transition to Spring it can be difficult to figure out how to dress for the weather.