Who’s up for reliving the 80’s with the new Make Up For Ever Technicolor Eyeshadow Palette ($45)? I see neons I think 80’s! Leg warmers, scrunchies, pop beads….remember pop beads? Come on there has to be someone that remember those.
Technically the Make Up For Ever Technicolor Palette is an eight shadow collection of classic neutrals and statement colors inspired by 1930’s cinematic transition from black-and-white motion picture to color imagery.
But I’m just seeing the 80’s flash before my eyes.
I remember when Pop Lid Neon was kinda my absolutely need to have item back in 2008 and this palette kinda got me all nostalgic about it (god going back to that post I am literally scared of my bad swatch photos! haha!).
So do you need the Technicolor Palette?
I have a thing for hot pink eyes this Spring contrasted with black and the new Dior Couture Colour Eyeshadow Palette Cherie Bow Edition in Rose Charmeuse is the perfect way to get the look.
I would never think hot pink and black would be a good pairing but I must say it makes my brown eyes look huge and sultry!
It’s understandable that the Hard Candy Top Ten Eye Shadow Palette in Neutrals is damn nearly impossible to find. Let’s face it Urban Decay has created such a stir with their Naked Palette that everyone just wants to gather up any and all nude palettes that launch.
Oh wait, maybe that’s only me?
Naaa! You’re all as crazy and as strange as me so you’re probably stock piling nude, natural, naked palettes like no brand will reproduce one in the next twenty years or more.
Now for the budget girls you might love all over Hard Candy’s Top Ten Eye Shadow Palette in Neutrals because it contains ten nude shades of shadow for a mere six bucks.
Do likey the price but how’s the formula?
Are you going to see Beautiful Creatures tonight? Today I’m celebrating the launch of the movie with the Pur Minerals Beautiful Creatures Palette inspired by the film.
This gorgeous palette contains eight shades of shadow, gloss, and a lipliner all in colors inspired by the film and book, Beautiful Creatures.
The best part? The sweet $39 price tag!
Take a look!
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?