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The Sleek Makeup Garden of Eden i-Divine Eyeshadow Palette launched earlier this month much to many a fan’s delight. Who doesn’t love a good i-Divine Eyeshadow Palette with a creamy, super pigmented formula?
Sleek Makeup really outdid themselves with the Garden of Eden i-Divine as this Spring palette is filled with sultry shades of earthy brown and tropical jungle greens. I’ve always had a very soft spot in my heart for greens as they pair up beautifully with brown eyes and this palette combines the most perfect shades of neutral browns with some stunning greens to enhance eyes (especially brown eyes!).
Take a look!
Cool toned girls you might want to lay your hands on the Bobbi Brown Nude Eye Palette which happens to contain my HG (holy grail) Bobbi Brown Sparkle Shadow of choice, Ballet Pink.
This quad of shadows is one of three new Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow Palettes released with the new Bobbi Brown Nude Glow Collection for Spring 2014 and will be available for a limited time.
I dunno how they do it but at one point the Coastal Scents Revealed Eyeshadow Palette was practically being given away for free. 50% off knocked this palette down to a mere ten bucks!
The Coastal Scents Revealed Palette is actually the best beauty budget pick up for those really strapped for cash because it combines the greatness of Urban Decay Naked 1 and Naked 2 into one great palette. It’s packed with 20 natural eyeshadows shades in a range of matte, metallic, frost, shimmer, and satin finish shades that range in color from the most basic of beige to the most rocking of taupes. If you can’t create a fabulous nude look with this incredible palette you’re doing something wrong.
And even today, at its regular price of $19.99 it still packs awesome into a fabulously low cost.
This one you NEED.
The Bobbi Brown Bronze Eye Palette is one of three new eyeshadow palettes released with the Bobbi Brown Nude Glow Spring 2014 Collection and my second favorite palette of 2014 (Tarte Be MATTEnificent Amazonian Colored Clay Matte Eye & Cheek Palette being the first!).
At $50 it is a little pricey but believe me it is a palette you’ll likely reach for daily for essential eyeshadow looks!
This review of the Tarte Be MATTEnificent Amazonian Colored Clay Matte Eye & Cheek Palette ($36) feels a little late because ALL OF YOU have tried it before me I wasn’t sure I liked the idea of a matte eyeshadow and blush palette to be honest but if anyone at all was going to change my mind about matte it was Tarte.
Tarte introduced me to mattes I actually LOVED! I think the first time I really dug a matte eyeshadow as when I hauled the original Tarte Jewelry Box Palette that was launched around 2009 or so. That palette had a huge array of eyeshadows in a ton of different finishes and yes, there were mattes in there. No one can deny that Tarte’s super silky matte formula is so easy to work with and use. My experience with mattes up to that point had all been bad. Dry, chalky, with a patchy application that looked horrid on my eyes. Seriously, matte just wasn’t for me.
But in comes Tarte and singlehandedly they change my mind. To this day I’m still a little scared of matte anything but I know if Tarte’s behind the wheel I’m safe.
The Tarte Be MATTEnificent Amazonian Colored Clay Matte Eye & Cheek Palette reinforces the fact that Tarte knows how to do mattes.