Friday, 25 October 2013

Top 10 Eyeshadow Palettes ♥

Hey beauties! xoxo

So in today's post I will be sharing with you guys what I feel to be my 'Top 10 Eyeshadow Palettes' of all time. Now these will range from drugstore to high end as I feel there are many extraordinary palettes to choose from! Lets get into it!

1. Stila In The Light Palette

I would describe the 'Stila In The Light Palette' as a versatile everyday to night eyeshadow palette. These colours can be worn daily and intensified for evening wear. The colours are extremely rich and creamy and the pigmentation is fantastic. They last on the eyes but like every eyeshadow a primer should be applied before application. These eyeshadows add shimmer and sheen to the lids and are suitable for all eye colours as the palette contains a mixture of warm and cool tones. 

2. Lorac Pro Palette

I would describe the 'Lorac Pro Palette' as a professional eyeshadow palette containing eight shimmery shades and eight matte shades. The colours shown in the pan are very true to the shades they appear to be when applied to the lids. Being a professional eyeshadow palette these shadows do not crease at all, they are very rich and add warmth and depth to the lids. 

3. Lorac Pro To Go Palette

I would describe the 'Lorac Pro To Go Palette' as an all in one shadow and cheek palette as it contains six eyeshadows, two blushes and a bronzer. The shadows and face powders are ultra pigmented and velvety smooth and the shadows do not slide off the lids. The shadows consist of three shimmery and three matte shades. This is a staple palette for every beauty guru!

4. Naked Palette

I would describe the 'Naked Palette' as the warm eyeshadow palette from Urban Decay. These eyeshadows are more on the warmer side and this palette contains twelve rich, velvety smooth shadows with a mixture of shimmers, satin and matte shades. When swatched or applied to the lids these shadows give the same colour intense pay off which can be built up or blended depending on the look you are going for.

5. Naked 2 Palette

I would describe the 'Naked 2 Palette' as the cooler eyeshadow palette from Urban Decay. These eyeshadows are more cool toned with twelve taupe-hued neutrals. What I also love about this palette is that it contains a matte black which is superb for any kind of look and can be built up to create a dramatic smoky effect.  

6. Naked Basics Palette

I would describe the 'Naked Basics Palette' as the everyday neutrals kit from Urban Decay. These eyeshadows are six basic shades that you will need to create any look, from day to night this palette provides you with just the right amount of colours and shades. Like the 'Lorac Pro To Go Palette' this is a staple palette within the beauty industry. 

7. The Balm Nude Tude Palette

I would describe 'The Balm Nude Tude Palette' as a fun neutrals palette. These colours can be played around with to create many different looks. Containing a matte white which can be used as an inner corner highlight or a brow bone highlight. This palette is unique as it brings a variety of different shades and textures together. 

8. Two Faced Boudoir Eyes Shadow Collection

I would describe the 'Two Faced Boudoir Eyes Shadow Collection' as a brown/black smokey eye shadow palette. These colours are key when creating the ever so famous smokey eyes, and this palette has done a superb job in combining all the essential colours together. This palette contains a highlight colour, all over lid colours, outer v colours and more! 

9. NYX Caviar & Bubbles Eyeshadow Palette

I would describe the 'NYX Caviar & Bubbles Eyeshadow Palette' as a more inexpensive neutrals palette. The colours are still of amazing quality and are extremely buttery and smooth. They glide effortlessly onto the lids to create an everyday eye look. 

10. Urban Decay Vice 2 Palette

I would describe the 'Urban Decay Vice 2 Palette' as a 'holiday' palette as it contains twenty of the most vivid shades of shadow there is! This palette is perfect for parties, and the festive holiday season. This palette can be worn all year round as it contains a mixture of vibrant bight and dark shades.

Thank you for reading

Vintage Beauty

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