It’s the Holiday season and that means that many makeup brands have begun churning out new makeup palettes and limited releases by the busload. I always feel a little bit overwhelmed this time of year and so I thought it would be good to not talk about which palettes are on my wishlist, but palettes I have decided, both past and present, not to get. Because even though I have a large eyeshadow palette collection, this means in no way that I blindly purchase every palette on the market. Here are 15 palettes I decided I don’t need in my life.
Eyeshadow palette anti-haul | Palettes I didn’t & won’t buy
Some of these are permanent, but the vast majority of these palettes are or were limited edition. For the first 10 of these palettes I was able to get my hands on them. Either because I came across them while traveling, or could have ordered them online. Yet something, somehow, made me decide not to get any of these palettes. Be it versatility, a mindboggling shade selection or just a underwhelming array of shades: the reasons are endless. Watch the video to see my thoughts on these palettes.
- Urban Decay Electric
- Urban Decay Gwen Stefani
- Urban Decay Moondust
- Urban Decay Vice XX Reloaded
- Too Faced Natural love
- Too Faced Peanut Butter & Jelly
- Kat von D Metal Matte
- Tarte Tartiste Pro palette
- Tarte Tartelette original palette
- Tarte Make Believe in Yourself Palette
- Kat Von D Saint & Sinner
- Too Faced Holiday 2017
- Urban Decay Troublemaker
- Anastasia Subculture
- Too Faced Clover palette
What palettes have you decided you are not going to buy?
3 responses to “Palettes I didn’t & won’t buy”
I love make-up pallets 😉
You have maked a nice eyelook.
I love palettes but sometimes it’s just a bit too much what brands put out there.
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