Eyeshadow Palette Collection

Hello lovelies! I am not sure if you knew but alongside blogging, I am also aspiring to be a makeup artist. I showcase my work over on Instagram @themakeupbybeth I focus mainly on doing eye makeup hence why I am bringing you this post on my palettes. Sit back, enjoy and let me know if you have any of these palettes.

The Zulu By Juvia’s

This palette is like a rainbow has been stolen from the sky, pressed into shadows and sold for £20. The first point I’m going to make about this palette is that the shimmers are insanely good, that’s not just in this specific juvias palette. It’s across the brand. I have been able to create so many diverse looks and for someone who loves colour, this is the best £20 I have ever spent. The photo below is taken from my instagram, including the looks i’ve created so far with this palette. Shop here

Custom Z Palette

I am shocked at how many standard sized eyeshadows this palette will actually hold. I have a variety of colours and brands in this one. There’s also a Makeupgeek blush and contour pan in here but I need to buy another palette to shove those in. Shop here

BH Cosmetics Carli Bybel palette

This palette is essential if you’re just starting out and wish to stay neutral and warm. If a copper bronze eye is your thing then this palette needs to be yours! This palette also comes with highlighters too for all skin tones, fair to deep. Shop here

The Magic By Juvia’s

If you love cool and warm tones then this palette is the one for you, I personally don’t sway much towards the cools in this palette as I feel they wash me out but they’re still beautiful additions to the colour story anyway. The pans in the palette are as large as a sugar pill pan but with insane quality. Shop here

Violet Voss Holy Grail

From the image of this palette, you’ll see how battered it is, I’ve had it nearly 2 years and have managed to get so many looks out of it. The only thing I hate in this palette is that some of the shimmers are a little crumbly but then some of their other shimmers are amazing! It’s hit and miss. There are also 2 matte shades which are a little chalky but still work okay for me. Shop here

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BH Cosmetics Festival Palette

I am so glad I actually bought this. It contains some warm, bronzy shades and very colourful and bright shades. I love the packaging for this palette, I love the colour story and to say how underrated the brand actually is, the formula is amazing! I’d rrecommend you to try it.

Let me know if you use any of these palettes and what you think to them. Take care – Beth x

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4 thoughts on “Eyeshadow Palette Collection

    1. That’s a hard question! It’s probably gonna have to be the Zulu palette by Juviasplace there’s enough matte shades and tones to even do more simple non glam looks! Best £20 I ever spent x

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