Colourful Eyeshadow Palettes That You Need Right Now
There’s a whole array of eyeshadow palettes featuring a pop of colour. But if you’re feeling brave and you want to delve into the vibrant world, here are some palettes which take colour to the next level.
The Zulu Palette (Juvia’s)
There’s no denying the pigmentation of the Juvia’s Place eyeshadows. A personal favourite of mine is the pink duo chrome. Though the palette is quite a bright colour story, you can make it more wearable by incorporating the brown into your look. Shop it on Beauty Bay through the image below.
Ultimate Brights Palette (NYX)
For being a drugstore brand prices, NYX did a number with this palette. 16 eyeshadows ranging from pinks and yellows through to blues and greens. A great palette if you’re looking to add some easy colour combos to your collection. You can pick it up from Boots or from the NYX website directly. Get it 20% off right now at Boots in store when you show a valid form of student ID (hurry, end’s 31st October!)
Crème de Couture Palette (Sigma)
Love colour but looking for something that’s a little more ‘wearable’? Give the Crème de Couture palette a try. Think pastel neons. You can wear them alone, or you can use a primer to help the pigmentation stick. Also feel free to pop on a white base to increase the intensity of all the shades in the palette to get the look you desire. Shop it through the image below.
The Rainbow Palette (Violet Voss)
The swatches for this palette are insane and follow through on those first impressions on application. It’s a 10 pan all shimmer palette, so does work best if coupled with matte shadows from other palettes in your collection. However, the shade Pearl is a fantastic inner corner highlighting shade. Get it below.
First Edition 120 Color Eyeshadow Palette (BH Cosmetics)
Want every colour and shade of the rainbow at your disposable, at an affordable price? Give this one a go. This palette features the colour spectrum, with a wide array of shades in both the green/blue and purple/pink shades. Best used with a primer for maximum colour payoff.
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