These Eyeshadow Palettes Are Your New Favorites!
Posted on February 09 2021
It seems like there are more eyeshadow palettes on the market every day. There are so many choices based on color, texture, price point- even scent! Sometimes, jumping between palettes to get your look just right is just time consuming. We took a look at some cruelty free brands that range in price, but are all great quality. With a range of colors and textures, these palettes have something for everybody.
Here's a list of some of our favorites:
e.l.f. Cosmetics- Nude Rose Gold Eyeshadow palette
Don't let the numbers fool you! This may be the cheapest palette on the list, but that just makes it all the better. The neutral and rose colors are pigmented, without looking too pink. It's a great palette to use for an everyday look. The lightest colors work wonders as a highlighter, and the darkest is a deep mauve that makes an excellent eyeliner.
Milani- Gilded Rouge Palette
With a name like "Gilded Rouge", the colors in this palette are just as bold as you'd expect. The textures range from matte to glitter. These berry and metal hues mean there's an almost endless color combinations to choose from! Smooth the satins on in blendable layers or pack glitter onto your lid with a finger- this palette offers a range of looks.
Too Faced- Chocolate Gold Metallic/Matte Eyeshadow Palette
There may be a few neutral mattes in this palette, but these metallics are what will draw your attention. Primarily golds and bronzes, these colors are downright fun. One swipe delivers enough color and sparkle to make any look exciting. Plus, with names like "Classy & Sassy" and "Drippin' Diamond" you'll be feeling good. Oh, and the whole palette is chocolate scented!
Urban Decay Cosmetics- Naked Heat Eyeshadow Palette
Urban Decay's Naked palettes are favorites for a reason! While pricey, they also come with a mirror and a double-ended eyeshadow brush. There's very little fallout in these highly pigmented shadows. The Naked Heat palette is made up of reddish browns that can be played up or down, depending on the look you're going for. A "reddish" eyeshadow may sound daunting, but these shades easily blend without looking harsh.
Each of these palettes offer color and texture combinations that are as unique as the person wearing them!