E.L.F. Studio Eye Enhancing Eyeshadow Palettes are a range six coordinating shades of eyeshadow to compliment your eye color. This isn’t a new idea at all considering Almay, Covergirl, and many other brands have released similiar products.
Personally, I’m all about wear what you want however, I guess it’s quite nice having contrasting shades that supposedly compliment your own eye color. Being the rebel that I am (ha!) I got the Blue Eyes 1 selection rather than either of the two Brown Eye Palettes. Shrug! What? I liked the shades in this the best, sue me!
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Benefit Peek-a-Bright Eyes Eye Illuminating Kit Review ($32) is a new all in one, easy to apply eye palette from Benefit that includes six products for giving eyes a wide awake look!
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The new E.L.F. Studio Baked Eyeshadow Palette seemed mighty similiar to Sephora’s Moonshadow Baked Palette when I originally saw it. So I took some time out in this review to compare my Sephora In the Nude Moonshadow Baked Palette to the E.L.F. Studio Baked Eyeshadow Palette in California and I think you’ll be quite surprised at the outcome.
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Smashbox Image Factory Photo Op Eyeshadow Palette ($39) is a newly launched, limited edition six pan eyeshadow palette in two color variations introduced for Fall 2012.
Of course, I wanted the Muse Palette. Obvious reasons right? But this was also the nude, natural color selection so I also navigated towards it for this reason. The other shade selection is entitled Icon and this has a more smoky look with an added purple twist. Equally lovely but my eyes aren’t doing so well with smoky blacks and purples lately.
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Ahhh here’s the Revlon Midnight Express Cream Eye Shadow Palette ($7.49 at Harmons) that I was discussing today with my earlier post on the Revlon the Shanghai Collection by Gucci Westman for Revlon Fall 2012.
This is a slim line compact that features six shades of cream eyeshadow in a variety of richer jewel hues for Fall. The palette’s focal point is a burgundy wine purple shade topped with a bronze-y copper for lids. I’d never thought combining these two shades would produce such wonderful results. But indeed, the shades work well together for the Fall.
Let’s take a look at this palette!