Confession, I buy Edward Bess makeup because I crush on that boy so hard! Swoon! He just has such classically beautiful features. And the hair…oh the hair…!
But really, I also buy it because he has some incredible offerings (although I’m still trying hard to get on with his concealer formula) like this new Mass Artiste Eyeshadow Palette.
Somehow, someway I’ve become obsessed with matte eyeshadow. Gulp! Did I just say that? I’m the girl that eats shimmer on her cornflakes in the morning why am I preaching the joys of matte eyeshadow? I dunno…must be the Spring trend bug that bit me but I’ve been hitting my small stash of matte eyeshadows hard lately and have contemplated all matte palettes like it’s my job!
And yeah, I simply had to order the Edward Bess Matte Artiste Eye Shadow Palette for Spring 2015.
The Edward Bess Matte Artiste Eye Shadow Palette ($75) is an eight pan shadow palette featuring matte eyeshadow tones sans shimmer and sparkle of any kind with a soft milled texture for easy application and blending.
The shades feel like something I’d use in fairly common looks and range from smoky to nudes for softly diffused matte eyes.
I’ve listened to many of you tell me over the years how the right matte eyeshadow formula can be game changing! And I have to say I’m finally in agreement, well, almost anyway because I can’t give up my shimmer eyeshadow addiction just yet.
I don’t wanna grow up!
The Edward Bess Matte Artiste Eye Shadow Palette is available now at neimanmarcus.com.