First of all, can we just take a moment and appreciate how pretty all these colors look?
Bright eyeshadow are kind of my thing, and throughout the years I've collected some products that I'd like to share with you.
My preferences when it comes to bright eyeshadow palettes:
Cheap. I don't want to spend a lot of cash on fun blue eyeshadows.
Small. Who has the space to store a huge rainbow palette? Not me.
This bright, yet muted, peachy orange shade lives in my costumized Inglot palette. I picked this color since I didn't have anything like it in my collection. This looks really nice lightly dusted in the crease for some added warmth, or packed on all over the lid for a more fun, editorial look.
2. MAKEUP STORE LIPSTICKS "SCARLET" & "MAGIC SPELL"
Yes, I know that these are lipstick, and yes - we're still talking eyeshadows. But a lot of us have an assortment of bright lipsticks that can double up as excellent eyeshadow bases. I use these underneath bright eyeshadows to get a better color payoff and added longevity.
I love Sleek eyeshadows and think they make incredible palettes at a very affordable price.
This one however, left me a bit disappointed. I feel as the quality is not quiet there - the eyeshadows are quiet chalky and not so pigmented. Although, layered on top of a lipstick/primer and packed on nicely you're most likely left with the coolest look in town.
I always laugh out oud when I use this 'cause I picture the other edition being called "the Uncool Edition" - really funny, Elin.
Oh well, excuse the expression, but this cheap ass palette is fucking amazing. These shadows feels really buttery and nice, and (almost) all of them are super pigmented. Most of them have a shimmery finish, which is somthing I don't really mind. If you're new to bright eyeshadows and want something to play around with I'd highly recommend this one since it's cheap and contains a wide variation of colors.
To finish off this blog post I thought I would share some #TB colorful eyeshadow looks I've posed with in Photo Booth.
Hopefully this have given you some inspiration & courage to bring out your rainbow palettes (I know you have one in the back of our drawer!).
Feel free to leave links to your fave bright looks so I can check them out!