We are way into Spring and true Summer months are right around the corner, so I thought it will be nice to look at some new eye shadow palettes which will be fun to experiment with this time of the year. If you are in Singapore like me, then let’s face it, we don’t have the luxury of distinct seasons. But on a brighter note, we can use these palettes any time of the year.
We have seen a lot of new Colourpop eyeshadow palettes being released in the last six months. I am a huge fan of their shadow palettes, as you probably know, but the Colourpop Good Sport palette was the last 12 pan palette I purchased.
Comparing eyeshadow palettes is always exciting for me, but when two palettes are this close then it is all the more interesting. In this post, we are going to figure out how close are the Colourpop It’s My Pleasure palette and the Huda Beauty Amethyst Obsession palette.
The Colourpop Zodiac collection in collaboration with Kathleen Lights was released somewhere mid last year. I bought it almost immediately but it’s now after 6-7 months that I have finally figured it out and sitting down to write a review on it.
Urban Decay Naked Cherry Palette is one of the newer additions to the Naked line. It has one of my favourite tones of berries and pinks, so I had to get it. It is definitely a beautiful colour story, but is it worth it?
One of the most visually appealing palettes for me this year has been the Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina palette, for sure. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it and now that I finally got it, here are my thoughts on this palette.
Becca is one of my favourite brands and all the products which I have tried so far have been very high quality. I picked up the Becca Ocean Jewels Eye Palette because I had never tried their eyeshadows and this palette looked something different.
In this post, I am going to do a quick review and swatch of the Too Faced Chocolate Gold Palette. This is supposed to be a limited edition palette, but it is still available at Sephora Singapore and some other online retailers.
Last year, there was a point where I got really bored of all the warm toned palettes which were coming out in the market. In the sea of warm toned eyeshadow palettes, the Jouer Springtime In Paris palette caught my eye. I saw a couple of good reviews, so I decided to get it.
“Born to Run” – Isn’t it such an uplifting feeling? The Urban Decay Born To Run palette came home to me mainly because of the theme and idea behind the palette. Quite obviously, I fell in love with the packaging first and then the shadows inside.