Eyeshadow palettes are one of those things I am more than happy to invest in, I feel like they’re that one thing that never end.. or at least they seem that way! They’re also that one think I LOVE to collect. I mean, I love to collect all of it, but eyeshadow palettes are just that step further!
So I thought, taking my serious eyeshadow palette obsessed into count, I would share with you my top 10. The top 10 eyeshadow palettes I just can’t get enough of! Some of these are super affordable, many of them are more pricey! … pretty much all of them super warm toned and neutral!
Morphe Jaclyn Hill Palette | I feel like this is many people’s favourite eyeshadow palette. I mean look at it! The warm neutrals in here are second to none and the blues/greens/purples are stunning! This really is the go-to palette for pretty much any look! And the formula really is gorgeous! Truly and utterly gorgeous!
Zoeva Cocoa Blends Palette | As you can see, I’ve actually hit pan on this palette! Zoeva make incredible eyeshadows, and I feel like, unlike Morphe, they are universally amazing across the board! The shade Substitute for Love – which I’ve hit pan on – is the best all over the lid shade ever. Pure Ganache – the golden shade on the bottom left – is a beautiful shimmer shade that isn’t too over the top. And the third shade in the palette which is truly the best thing ever is Beans are White – the grey/black – is perfect for a smokey eye look!
Beauty Bay Evolve 42 Colour Palette | This is such a unique and interesting idea, even if the shades aren’t all that different to every other palette in here! The idea is that there are 7 eye looks (all vertical) and along the left hand side it tells you what you need to put where. It does mean there are a lot of very similar shades in here, but putting that aside, the shadows are beautiful! Super pigmented, blendable and easy to work with. Plus, the green shadow on the right is GORGEOUS!
Juvias Place Mini Mascquerade Palette | Nikkie Tutorials strongly recommended this palette over and over again, and so I knew I had to pick it up! It has the most stunning array of warm neutrals and vibrant pops of colour! Their pigmentation is next to none and they blend like a complete dream! My favourites are Fulani (for the perfect crease shade), Giza (perfect for an inner corner highlight), Calabar (a stunning red/brown copper) and Mali (the most stunning turquoise blue ever!)
My MAC Palette | I literally LOVE my Mac palette. It was no way cheap to put together (this thing costs £90+!), but these are obviously shades I’ve chosen and put together myself, therefore it’s right up my street! Mac eyeshadows are of course beautiful – pigmented, long lasting, blendable – but do I think they’re worth the money? Not so much. But as I’ve already spent it, I may as well love it!
– Top Row (right to left): Cork, Amber Lights, Embark
– Middle row (left to right): Antiqued, Coppering, Rice Paper
– Bottom row (left to right): Swiss Chocolate, Brown Script, Gold Mine
Revolution x Soph Extra Spice Palette | One of the cheapest palettes in this post, but definitely the same quality as the rest of them! This palette really is gorgeous! If you’re looking for one of those palettes that includes both neutrals and brights, then this is your one! It has a beautiful yellow, a stunning red, purple, green, orange… the only shade this is missing is a blue. And that doesn’t really bother me (being a shade I don’t wear often). These shades, for their price points, are seriously impressive!
Urban Decay Naked Heat Palette | I feel like if you’re not into your warm neutrals… then run away. In fact, don’t even bother reading this blog post. But, this palette is so full of warm toned palettes it actually makes me happy! Sauced is a stunning crease shade that surprisingly comes out deeper than it looks in the pan, Lumbre is a stunning shimmery, warm copper and… I mean let’s face it, every palette in here is GORGEOUS! Plus the brush in here is actually pretty good!
ABH Modern Renaissance Palette | It was difficult to chose between this and the Soft Glam palette, and to be honest I’m really not sure which one I love more… I just didn’t want to put both of them in there. Burnt Orange, Primavera, Venetian Red and Raw Sienna are all stunning shades and many of them have effectively dupes in the other ABH palettes. Plus, the velvet packaging grows on you…
GOSH To Enjoy In New York | This is pretty much the only palette in here that isn’t a super warm toned orange/brown shade.. and that’s not even an exaggeration… I have serious issues. However, I really fell in love with this palette when I had dip dyed purple hair! The shades are stunning, easy to blend, and the two pale shimmery shades actually make incredible highlighters! The only three shades I never use in this palette (I say only, they are realistically a third of the palette) are the bottom three.
HUDA Warm Brown Obsessions | Aaand we’re back on the warm toned nudes again! I seriously have issues right? This palette has the most stunning peach tone in there ever! But these shades are pigmented, blendable and I actually love how it’s a pretty much completely matte palette!
So, what have we learnt from this blog post? All these palettes are the same colour palette. I’ve said they’re all pigmented and blendable. And… I have issues. However, I still thought it was worth sharing them with you!
What’re your favourite eyeshadow palettes?