Sephora + Pantone teams up again this year to create the Emerald Capsule Collection which features a new Color Theory Shadow Block. The Color Theory Shadow Block embraces the Color of the Year, Emerald, with frosty white and navy blue to contrast.
Can you rock it?
I’m sure you’re well on your way to getting your goodies from the MAC Archie’s Girls release. Did your order include the Caramel Sundae Eyeshadow Palette ($44) by chance?
This palette contains four lighter shades of color for all the Bettys out there.
Do yourself a flavor and grab a Tarte Call Of The Wild Amazonian Clay Shadow Collector’s Palette ($36) your next trip to Sephora. This eight pan eyeshadow palette contains some of the nicest nudes and naturals I’ve tried in a while. Heck I’ve been using it daily for a week straight with no end in sight…that’s saying something considering I rarely stick to using a single color palette everyday!
Take a peek!
Ahh the Glinda Palette! Glinda is one of two new Urban Decay Oz inspired palettes that the brand recently launched in collaboration with the Disney film, Oz the Great and Powerful.
I recently reviewed the Theodora Palette for you and must say she’s more my speed. I love the Glinda palette but she’s a more lighter variation which will work well on paler skin tones or those with fairer hair and eyes.
Take a look!
Urban Decay has launched two new palettes inspired by the movie Oz the Great and Powerful. The Urban Decay Theodora Palette ($49) was a fast favorite for me as I’m a brunette who loves nude, natural shades of eyeshadow. Glinda would be most suitable for blond, blue eyed ladies. But really, do we have to choose? Most of us probably feel we can rock either palette and I’m in complete agreement.
I just seem to favor Theodora at the moment though, here are my thoughts about her.