There are actually A LOT of holiday 2018 eyeshadow palette releases happening right now, but I thought I’d share with you the ones I’m the most excited about (and that I might actually indulge in).
Fenty Beauty’s Killawatt Foil Palette
Available on Sephora. Fenty Beauty have translated their cream to powder formula into “7 icy hot hyper metallic shades,” bringing fire and ice to your holiday. This palette is initially a highlighter palette, but Fenty Beauty pride themselves on creating multi-purpose makeup products, so it can serve as an eyeshadow palette as well. I find the three top shades very interesting, especially the pastel blue/white/grey one. Retail price: $54 (it’s a limited edition).
Charlotte Tilbury’s Luxury Palette of Pops – Supersonic Girl
Charlotte Tilbury is releasing an eyeshadow quad of warm peach and rich red glitter shades. Exclusively available on the official CT website. Price: €50 (or $53). I have to be honest: I know I have those shades somewhere in my collection, but the packaging is seriously making me drool. Limited edition.
Charlotte Tilbury’s Luxury Palette of Pops – Starlight
The Starlight palette is the Supersonic’s little sister. It’s also exclusive on the Charlotte Tilbury website and is also a limited edition (retail price: $53). I find this colour scheme so much more interesting than the Supersonic palette.
Kylie Cosmetics Halloween Palette
Available on the Kylie Jenner website (amongst others). This palette is part of a huge Halloween collection including liquid lipsticks and liquid eye glitters. These colours are what pumpkin dreams are made of. PS: the packaging is a 3D mummy face. Retail price: $42.
Huda Beauty’s New Nude Eyeshadow Palette
Release date: November 1st, available everywhere. Retail price: £56 or $65 Will include 4 multi-reflective shades, 10 mattes, 2 glitters, 1 pressed pearl and 1 concealer base. I’ve never felt compelled to own any Huda Beauty (except maybe for the Precious Stones in Emerald), but I’m intrigued by the concept of ‘pressed pearl’ and I’d love to know what that concealer base is all about.
Natasha Denona’s Cranberry Palette
Release date: October 25th on Sephora and Beautylish. Includes 5 shades (4 of which are new). Retail price: $48. This might well be my first ever Natasha Denona purchase. Those two matte (I think) shades look insanely pigmented (and are hopefully blendable). Out of all the holiday 2018 eyeshadow palette releases, this is definitely the one I’m the most excited about.
Jordan Lipscombe Trooper Eyeshadow And Highlighter Palette
Jordan Lipscombe and Beauty Bay actually collaborated on three palettes, but this one is my favourite. I’m really into green eyeshadows right now (my blue phase is finally over) and this one is the perfect combination of wearables, greens, and a lot of mattes. Also, I really enjoyed Beauty Bay’s first attempt at creating eyeshadow palettes (you can read my review on the Origin palette here). and I’m sure the quality will be up to par. It’s already available on the Beauty Bay website and retails for €22.5.
Pat McGrath MTHRSHP Sublime Bronze Temptation eyeshadow palette
Available on Sephora. Retail price: $55. This is one of the three part collection released for the holiday. The collection also include lipsticks. Be careful and be quick because this is a limited edition!
Which of these holiday 2018 eyeshadow palette releases are you looking forward to?
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