My favourite eye shadow palettes

If you have been reading my blog for the past 2 months or so, then you will know that I have been on a slight palette splurge latley. In fact I have bought over 10 makeup palettes. I love all of the palettes that I bought but what better than to pick my favourites and share them with you! I could have got carried away, but I had to contain myself and have only shared my top 4 favourite palettes.

The Jaclyn Hill x Morphe collaboration has quickly became my all time favourite palette. Not to
lie but I only got this because I love Jaclyn Hill and have been watching her for years, if I didn't
 know who she was then most likely I wouldn't of purchased this palette. The eye shadows themselves are super pigmented and all have different formulas and finishes, due to being pressed differently. I love this palette as it has such a range of colours which help to take you from day
 to night, but also suit everybody's needs. To know more about the palette then watch Jaclyn's
video here
or read my review here. 

The Shaaanxo x BH Cosmetics collaboration was a palette that I debated on buying for a few months. After watching more of Shannons videos and seeing pictures of the palette I decided I'd try it out myself. This is a double sided palette, with 9 eye shadows and 9 lip colours. I knew that I wouldn't reach for the lip shades on a daily basis, but I would get my moneys worth out of the eye shadows. These are your basic classic shades that help to create a neutral everyday look but can also be built up for a more dramatic look. This is my go to palette, that helps me achieve my perfect eye look. To know more about the palette then watch Shannon's video here or read my review here

For a while I had my eye on the Morphe copper spice eye palette, and after seeing that this palette was in a bundle with the bronzed mocha palette, it was a no brainer for me to buy it. The copper
spice palette has more warm toned, gold shades which I have been loving for this time of year
 as a transition from Summer - Autumn. If you are a beginner or are wanting to experiment
with warm toned shadows or more dramatic looks, then this palette is for you. Check out my
full review here. 

The Urban Decay naked heat palette is the newest naked palette to be released and has become
a new favourite and will be a staple item in my makeup routine for the Autumn and Winter months. I have never tried any of the other naked palettes so I guess I am biased towards this palette more than other people would be. This has the most warmed toned shadows out of the naked palette collection and as the name suggests a lot of fiery hot shades. Check out my full review here


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