March 21, 2019

Stila After Hours and Happy Hour Eyeshadow Palette Gives You 12 Bright Shades for Spring

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Stila After Hours and Happy Hour Shadow Palette are new 12-pan eyeshadow palettes that launched for Spring 2019 which arrived yesterday on Stila’s website. These are probably the biggest palettes I’ve seen from Stila. They’ve done 9-pans but 12? I don’t think I’ve seen that yet!

There are two palettes available one of which is a cooler, light jewel-toned palette and the other is a warmer, earthy palette. Each palette is $52 and holds 0.80 oz of total eyeshadow. So, the shades are about 0.06 oz each give or take an ounce. Stila’s standard shades are 0.09 oz for reference in size. These are limited edition.

Stila Happy Hour Eye Shadow Palette $52
Shades:

  • Daiquiri: Marshmallow matte
  • Old Fashioned: Rose quartz matte
  • Highball: Seafoam shimmer
  • Cosmo: Cranberry glitter
  • Sangria: Amethyst glitter
  • Gold Label: Deep gold shimmer
  • Black Book: Deep grey matte
  • Neat: Nude matte
  • On The Rocks: Silver shimmer
  • Tiki Bar: Lilac glitter
  • Sapphire Sizzle: Sapphire glitter
  • Top Shelf: Aubergine glitter

Stila After Hours Eye Shadow Palette $52
Shades:

  • Toast: Champagne glitter
  • Last Round: Nude matte
  • Sunset Soirée: Burnt orange shimmer
  • Pink Bubbly: Baby pink shimmer
  • Velvet Rope: Garnet glitter
  • Cash Out: Jade glitter
  • Bellini: Light peach shimmer
  • All Nighter: Chocolate matte
  • Bright Lights: Butter gold glitter
  • Anything Goes: Espresso matte
  • Tomorrow’s Tale: Reddish brown matte
  • After Party: Smoky quartz glitter

Where to buy

Stila Ulta

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  • Beth

    Any word if this will be available elsewhere? I do think they’re pretty but want to hear more about them/see swatches. I was a huge Stila fan in its heyday!!

    • Isabella Muse

      I imagine later this month! Will def keep you posted. I was too! I miss the Stila girls 😀

  • Maria

    The happy hour shades look pretty. I read the ingredients. Many of the shades have talc and corn starch as first 2 ingredients. I find that strange with corn Starch especially for the $52 price. Never heard using corn starch in eye shadow

  • Sarah

    The cooler one looks gorgeous but I’ve been a little disappointed by Stila eyeshadow quality before. Making myself wait for some reviews.

  • Laurie

    At Stila, there is a loose powder picture of the shades in the Happy Hour palette. So incredibly beautiful, but with just three mattes, there’s no way I could ever justify this. I’ve noticed that many palettes with color ways I crave are very shimmery. I guess those shades just don’t translate?

    • Laurie

      Oops … I guess there are four … but that deep gray looks almost black. I know YouTube and Instagram love matte black, but for me, I could only ever use it wet, as a liner. Regardless, this is a gorgeous palette. Just not for me.

      • Isabella Muse

        You aren’t alone. I RARELY use black matte in any look! Occasionally as a liner!

  • Mariele Storm

    Happy Hour, so exciting, colors that I can wear!! I’ll be picking this up when it goes on sale. 😛

  • Eraser

    They’re really nice, but I still miss the original Stila shadows and the refillable palettes. I must have at least 3 of them and I don’t even know if they sell the single eyeshadows any more. The trouble is that they’re an odd size, too big for MAC and too small for the standard large size that can be found more easily.