September 26, 2018

Did You Catch the Ciate Astrolights Eyeshadow Palette?

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Ciate Astrolights Eyeshadow Palette ($35) launched in Jeweled and Burnt for Fall 2018. Heads up! If you haven’t tried Ciate’s eyeshadow palettes don’t hesitate they are formulated beautifully! Granted I haven’t tried either of these but I have yet to be disappointed in their formula! Each palette includes 9 shades four of which are matte and four metallic with one duo-chrome shade that can be worn alone or under/over other shades!

Jewelled Palette:
Molten, Aura, Orchid, Bijou, Mood, Paradise, Glisten, Quartz, Phlox

Burnt Palette:
Blaze, Flame, Flare, Dusk, Haze, Bullion, Gilt, Ignite, Ember

Each palette is $35 and available now!

What do you think of the new Ciate Astrolights Eyeshadow Palette?

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  • Agona

    This is on my wish list; I really like this season’s trend of starry nights. But I’ve been hesitating because I’ve never tried Ciate before and was never attracted to any of their palettes previously.

  • kjh

    I think these smaller palettes are better than the big haul palettes. CM haul 1 prob has my fave neutrals, though. Got CM 2, only bec. it got very marked down; it’s def not A territory. I think I want the little fearless. Ciates are pretty reliable and easy. M/U dementia struck, and I can’t remember the name of the little palette I got, but it’s very nice. Blends well, no glaring faults. The Fun small palette looks like a grand one for varied colors. Ciate did a good job transitioning from being a nail co to a beauty co. People are often surprised that it is so small, but with Ciate, there is no wasted space, only very small dividers in a slimline case. That to me is a big plus.

    • Agona

      Slim case is definitely a plus in my book! Yeah, from my research, it looks like they did a 2x 9-pan collab with OP, then the 2x CM palettes, then the 3x 9-pan Fun, Fearless, and Pretty palettes. I’m not a big fan of collabs because I don’t follow a lot of people (EmilyNoel83’s palette is the only one I’ve ever bought, now that I think of it) and the color stories of Fun, Fearless, and Pretty palettes didn’t appeal to me. But I’ve always been a fan of the slim and compact design. I might use this as an excuse to try their blushes and highlighters, as I was really attracted to them when they were first released! Thanks for the info!!

  • jel888

    No way, everyone needs to stop with the peach, red, orange color scheme, it’s more than overdone.