February 3, 2011

Bobbi Brown Pastel Shadow Option Palette

Purple is trending for Spring at the moment, again, but if you’re more a softer, pastel type for the season, check out the Bobbi Brown Pastel Shadow Option Palette premiering on QVC.

The palette is filled with shades of pastels in shimmering and matte formulas. Ideal for daytime looks I’d say!


  • Bobbi Brown Sparkle Eye Shadow in Silver Moon
  • Bobbi Brown Sparkle Eye Shadow in Iced Blue
  • Bobbi Brown Sparkle Eye Shadow in Orchid
  • Bobbi Brown Sparkle Eye Shadow in Ballet Pink
  • Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Ivory
  • Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Cement
  • Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Baby Pink
  • Bobbi Brown Eye Shadow in Espresso
  • Dual-Ended Eye Shadow/Eye Liner Brush

Some of the shades you may recognize from the Blushed Pink Collection, one of my favorite releases, so if you missed out on any of the shades in that collection you can snap them up in this palette. In particular Ballet Pink stands out as one of my very favorite Bobbi Brown Shadows of all time, I’m wearing it in this photo.

The palette is $60 and available now from www.qvc.com

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  • fwtw

    pretty palette but omg I do wish BB would occasionally produce a palette without the ivory/caviar shades every single time. honestly we can handle bases and liners on our own can’t we???

    • the Muse

      hey rose…I get confused with your nick changes ;-D ha. Yup agreed, too many rehash shades. I have enough ivory to last me for the next 60 years of my life ;D!

      • rose

        yeah, I understand (now) that it’s supposed to be used as a base to get a smooth canvas for colors, but honestly, she can just release a primer no? if she wants it to be an ivory primer np, but those of us who use a regular primer don’t need the ivory base in every look. I guess bobbi “brown” feels brown is the ideal contour/liner but I’d really like to see palettes using a soft black or navy alternative.

        that said, as far as brown matte shadows go if I want one, caviar is supersmooth & pigmented & handy for brows. I just don’t need it those two to be 1/3 of every palette.

        • the Muse

          i’d buy an ivory primer rose ;-D although her cream shadow in ivory does the trick too ;-D but yes, I totally understand 😛 rehash of the color!

          • Rose

            oh I meant the ivory cream you’ve mentioned as a primer hee I added it to my wishlist as ivory does make a good shade as a base. I’m also hoping someone offers an iridescent glowy sheer one (think UD moonshine highlighter)

  • JoElla

    I’m not crazy about this, pretty, but just not for me.

    *JoElla reserves the right to change her mind at any given moment* 😉

    • the Muse

      lol jo! ;-D it’s doesn’t have me either at the moment but I def reserve the right to change my mind ha! How are you, long time no speak!

  • JoElla

    Hi love! Just been busy with the kids and their school, and 3 out of 5 of us just got over some horrid head cold stuff.

    How are you?

    • the Muse

      I’m great, tired of the damn snow! ;-D awww are they feeling better? Hope you didn’t get it 😛 thank god, I shouldn’t say this because it’ll happen, I haven’t been sick this year ;D!