Bare Minerals Ready Artistry Palette for the Holidays

Bare Minerals Ready Artistry Palette

If you have £225 ($359) I’ll show you how to spend it in a luxurious way.

For starters, how about the gorgeous Bare Minerals Ready Artistry Palette for the Holidays that’s available exclusively in the UK at the moment (and hopefully at some point in the US).

Bare Minerals Ready Artistry Eyeshadow Palette

The Bare Minerals Ready Artistry Palette is filled with 48 0.04 oz Bare Minerals Ready Eyeshadows in an array of shadows for unique eye looks!

Shades:

  • Cumulus
  • Muse
  • Giddy
  • Page Six
  • Imagine
  • Most Requested
  • Rhythm
  • Surreal
  • Remix
  • Connoisseur
  • Louder
  • Smash Hit
  • Mixologist
  • Cognac
  • Guru
  • Namaste
  • Apropos
  • Perspective
  • Standing O
  • Hit Single
  • Icon
  • Spectacular
  • Utopia
  • Speaker Box
  • Sensational
  • Editor’s Pick
  • West
  • Mirage
  • Lavish
  • Max Volume
  • Illusion
  • On the Rocks
  • Controversy
  • Climax
  • Water
  • Shaken Not Stirred,
  • Azure Iris
  • Encore
  • Boudoir
  • Passion
  • Nightcap
  • Daring
  • Mingle
  • Under Cover
  • Amnesia
  • Do Not Disturb
  • Black Tie Optional
  • Lights Down

The palette is available on Bare Minerals UK site as well as at Selfridges. I was tempted to ask my best friend who lives in London to grab it for me be she’s damn slow to ship things.

Perhaps we’ll get it here in the US?

Yes, please.

Would you indulge if we do?

  • 10/14/13 17:39 Sara:

    I know BM pressed shadows are apparently fantastic, and this palette will likely be leaps and bounds better than the sephora palette, but you have to admit that side by side, it’s a comic price jump.

    I’m like Goldilocks. The sephora one I’m skeptical of, and the BM is ridiculously expensive. I want one right in the middle. Maybe the smashbox one? Or even one with less since I doubt with all the makeup I have that I need that many shadows (blasphemy, I know).

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  • 10/14/13 17:52 monettex:

    I hope it comes to the US, but not for $300+!!!!
    On their Facebook page they posted they have 10 in the US to give away to FAB members: https://www.facebook.com/19053894073/posts/10151893820219074

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  • 10/14/13 17:58 Winni:

    Eeeeeek! Not for that price!

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  • 10/14/13 18:45 fancyprance:

    I was so excited when I originally saw this, but upon further inspection it’s an easy pass. The colors are all repeats. Anyone who is a BE buff (no pun intended) will most likely own the majority of these already. I almost feel like this is a flip off to their loyal fans.

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  • 10/15/13 2:42 Lisa:

    I’ve always though BM Ready shadows were pretty pricey, but this is nuts. Compare that to the Smashbox Photo Op Mega Palette from Holiday 2012. $100 or so is a much more appropriate price point for something like this. Heck, that’s more that the big Laura Mercier palette.

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  • 10/15/13 6:47 Kaitlyn:

    If it’s cheaper when it comes to the US, maybe.. Cosmetic companies do sometimes tend to make things more expensive outside the US. It would have to be less than $200 to tempt me though. I have been wanting to try their pressed shadows, but there are less expensive ways to do so.

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  • 10/15/13 7:30 CC e:

    Way too expensive! Holiday sets are so neumerous and inexpensive I don’t know how pallettes like this will sell. I have and love the Smashbox Pallette that was a TSV on. QVc a couple years ago and it contained all of the regular colors in their line!Lu’s lots of extras. Although that was close to $100, it was a way better deal than this and they havereininvented that one many times at a lesser cost.

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  • 10/15/13 8:42 JenJ:

    I first saw this on Instagram and my mouth fell open!. Even if it does comes to the US, I know I can’t swing $350+ for one palette.

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  • 10/15/13 9:23 telle:

    wowza another bangin’ palette! i was really excited and then another pricetag jumped up and bit me in the face. i wouldn’t pay more than $80-$90 for this. i agree with other readers….the pricing (even if for UK) is beyond ridiculous and BE/BM can have fun sitting on a big stock of these b/c these shan’t be flyin’…… in the meanwhile, it is gorg to look at! :D

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    • 10/15/13 16:15 Majick:

      I agree Telle – we’ll be seeing them on Hautelook come January.

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  • 10/15/13 10:21 Anat Schlezinger:

    maybe itll b availble at feelunique . they do free shipping worldwide

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  • 10/15/13 16:14 Majick:

    WTF – REALLY? Not even a little bit. I’m getting sick of over-inflated prices for product that can’t possibly cost that much to produce. Good thing I have been hoarding shadow palettes since the late 90′s – I’m good, I don’t need a thing.

    Greed is not pretty.

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  • 10/16/13 9:52 Jade:

    SHUT UP AND TAKE MY MONEY!!!!

    Seriously, I’d buy this in a heartbeat if I had that kind of money to spend. It’s slightly overpriced – at $20 USD a duo this is $480 value, so $7.50 each shadow. Needs to come down a bit I think, but I couldn’t see it coming down much more, to be honest.

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    • 10/19/13 19:40 Maggie:

      I just researched the price breakdown as far as value from temptalia. The value is better than the duos but not quite as good as the others.

      Ready 2.0 (duos) $200/oz
      Ready 4.0 (quads) $176/oz
      Ready 8.0 (8-pan palettes) $143/oz

      This Artistry palette: $187/oz

      I’d seriously consider this if Ready eyeshadows did as well on my eyelids as it seems to do for everyone else. I despise opening up a bunch of palettes when I’m putting together a look with colors from several different ones. Bareminerals might be cheaper in the USA.

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