Perfect 10 Eyeshadow Palette
Bite-Size Eyeshadow26 kr.
No Budge Shadow Stick43 kr.
Liquid Glitter Eyeshadow52 kr.
No Budge Cream Eyeshadow43 kr.
EYESHADOW PALETTE FAQs
When choosing an eyeshadow palette that complements your skin tone, there are a few key considerations to keep in mind. Here's a guide to help you choose the right palette:
Figure out your skin's undertone. Is your skin more warm, cool, or somewhere in between? For a warm undertone, think earthy vibes with shades of copper, bronze, rose gold and warm browns. If you have cool undertones, go for jewel tones, blues, purples and even silvers. If you have a neutral undertone, you can wear any color you want.
Consider your eye color. Certain eyeshadow shades can enhance your eye color. For example, purples and plums can make your green eyes pop, while copper and bronze shades can accentuate blue eyes. Brown eyes are versatile and can pull off a variety of shades. Check out our article on how to choose an eyeshadow palette based on your eye color to learn more.
What is the look you are trying to achieve? If you prefer a more natural everyday eye look, go for neutral palettes with soft browns, taupes and beiges. If you want an evening vibrant look, go with an eye palette with jewel tones and vibrant pigments.
Look for palettes with a range of shades and finishes. This allows you to create a variety of looks that can be subtle to dramatic. Eyeshadow palettes that include a mix of matte, satin, and shimmer (glitter or metallic) finishes.
By considering all of these, you will be able to choose an eyeshadow palette that goes with your skin tone and your eye color.
When selecting a beginner eyeshadow palette, there are a few things to consider. First, choose an eye palette that offers a range of neutral shades, as these are easier to work with. Look for a palette that includes both matte and shimmer finishes, allowing you to create different eye looks and experiment with textures. It's also helpful to choose a palette with instructions, guiding you on where to place each shade for a basic eye look.
Consider the size of the palette. A mini eyeshadow palette with a curated selection of shades can be less overwhelming for beginners than an 18-pan eye palette with vibrant shades that are a mix of matte, satin, and shimmer shades. Matte shades are the easiest to work with and the most suitable for daily wear which would be great for a beginner.
Finally, seek out reviews and recommendations from other beginners to find palettes that are user-friendly and beginner-friendly. With these tips in mind, you'll be able to select a beginner eyeshadow palette that helps you build confidence and master the art of eyeshadow application.
When choosing a nude eyeshadow, consider a shade that closely matches your natural skin tone and create a minimal or no makeup look. Choose shades lighter or darker than your skin tone, depending on the desired effect. Go for a matte or satin finish for a more natural look. Additionally, consider your undertone - warm, cool, or neutral - and choose a nude shade that complements it. Remember, the goal of a nude eyeshadow palette is to enhance your natural beauty while providing a subtle, effortless look.
The best eyeshadow palettes contain colors that suit your complexion, your skin tone, and even your mood. Find an eye palette that offers a range and variety shades to help create the eye makeup looks. And, it’s best to choose vegan and cruelty free eyeshadow palettes.