August 21, 2013

Sephora + Pantone Elemental Energy Eye Shadow Palette for Fall 2013

Sephora + Pantone Elemental Energy Eye Shadow Palette for Fall 2013

It’s ok to lem and possibly droll all over the new Sephora + Pantone Elemental Energy Eye Shadow Palette for Fall 2013. Like we need another palette right? But come on this is a stunning little creation that I must take come home with me tonight and be my little baby.

Take look!

Sephora + Pantone Elemental Energy Eye Shadow Palette ($38) contains six shades of shadow inspired by the four elements of earth, air, fire, and water.

Air

earth

Fire

Water

Shadows come in a range of semi-matte, shimmer, and glitter finishes to create multidimensional eye looks. Seeing as Sephora has had an excellent run with the Pantone Collection up until now I have a good feeling about this palette and look forward to a potential haul!

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It’s available now at Sephora and Sephora.com

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  • Aditi

    I saw this at Sephora and was attracted to it – talk about a moth to flame effect! However when I swatched it I was disappointed; it wasn’t very pigmented, and some shades were a tad chalky. No bueno for me!

  • Kaycee

    I absolutely love the stamping in these shadows, especially the fire group! I will probably pick it up just for that!

  • SkylarWhite

    I have to admit I’m spending way too much time trying to figure out which quad is which element. The top 4 shadows, by process of elimination I’m guessing they represent “air”? Why would dark chocolate brown be in “air”? I don’t know why this is so important to me…?