I have been experiencing a bit of a blogger’s rut lately, so what better way to get out of it than write about the most gorgeous eyeshadow palettes on the market right now – HUDA Textured Shadows Palette, Rose Gold Edition, Anastasia Beverly Hills ‘Modern Renaissance‘ and the infamous Morphe 35F.
I’ve featured looks from each palette in the posts to show just how autumnal they are. The common theme in all of these palettes is the burgundy colours teamed with burnt oranges. These shades just scream out autumn, making them soooo dreamy to look at!
The Huda Beauty ‘Textured Shadows Palette, Rose Gold Edition’ is slightly more special than the other two, with it’s STUNNING creamy shimmer shades, that literally glide onto your skin like a dream, not to mention how pigmented they are. WOW.
As much as these shimmer shades are an absolute dream, my personal favourite when it comes to eyeshadow palettes, is testing out how matte, the matte is, if you get me? These all pass the matte-matte test. Super blend-able and unreal colours, you can’t go wrong with any of these palettes.
My favourite thing about MORPHE 35F is the size and diversity of this bloody gorgeous palette. In total, 35F features 28 shimmery shades and 7 matte shades, meaning there is a fabulous 35 shades to play around with. This means a huge range of looks, so you will never get bored.
The only problem with the Morphe palettes, especially 35F is the fact they just go out of stock soooo quickly on all makeup sites, but there’s no wonder – priced at only £21.50! The 35F palette was their autumn special, called ‘fall into frost’ palette, so there is no more I need to say about how perfect this is for autumn.
My only criticism of this palette is the ratio of shimmers to matte. It boasts so many shimmers, but only one row in the palette has matte shades which I have already said are my all time favourite. But if you like shimmer/foiled eyeshadows you’ll love this palette.
‘Modern Renaissance’ by Anastasia Beverly Hills shows off more of the burnt orange colours, along with a selection of pink and purples for if you feel adventurous. What I like about this palette is the way you can easily distinguish between what colours you use as a base and what colours are used to exaggerate the lids and add more of a colour pop.
Although there are only 14 shades in the palette, it is clear that a lot of looks can be achieved using it. You also get a brush included in this palette which is something you don’t get with the other two.