Three everyday eyeshadow palettes
On a normal day, I like to keep my eyeshadow more natural looking. I love the more neutral colours because they work with my skin tone, they go with any outfit really and I feel they take less time to work with. When one decides to go colourful or bold one really needs to be willing to commit the time and effort to make sure it looks good.
Essence all about the nudes eyeshadow
My first go to palette is the essence all about nudes eyeshadows. This palette does not have the most amazing pigmentation but it works for a simple nude look. There are eight eyeshadows of which I normally stick to using the same four. I enjoy the medium shades on this palette as I find they work well for blending in the crease of the eye. This palette costs R89.95 and can be bought at Clicks, Dischem and Takealot.
Essence get picture ready eyeshadow
The next palette I like to use is also an essence palette. This is a palette that I got on sale about a year ago and now I can not find anywhere. The palette was a part of the get picture ready range that they had out. In the palette there are seven colours of which I like to use about two when doing a look. In general, I do use all the colours as they are well pigmented and are of a nice colour range.
Revlon PhotoReady eyeshadow
My latest palette which I adore is from Revlon, which I just found out today tests on animals (sad face). The palette comes from their PhotoReady Primer + Shadow Metropolitan range. This palette is more pricey as it costs R255.00 but the pigmentation of these shadows is amazing and the consistency of the shadows is also great. There are six colours in the palette and they all have a shine to them. I like to use two of them as highlighters because the way the product spreads is just so fantastic. Again these palettes are available at Clicks, Dischem and take a lot.