10 Recent Eyeshadow Palettes

10 new recent eyeshadow palette review swatch makeup look 3 looks 1 palette

Let’s kick off new year with a bang and review some eyeshadow palettes shall we? I spent the past few months trying out 10 different eyeshadow palettes again and in today’s video I will be giving you my full review. I show swatches for each palette and at least one (but usually more) makeup looks too. I hope you enjoy watching!

10 New Eyeshadow Palettes I Tried // Review, Swatch, Makeup Looks

Palettes mentioned:

  • Jeffree Star Jaw Breaker & Mini Breaker
  • Menagerie Cosmetics Feral
  • Lethal Cosmetics
  • Urban Decay Naked Honey
  • Huda Beauty Nude Obsessions Light & Rich
  • Pat McGrath Blitz Astral Nocturnal Nirvana
  • Essence Disney Princess collection: Jasmin, Belle, Ariel
  • Catrice & Essence Royal Party Queen Couture, Silver Glitter Show, Pink Glitter Show
  • Focallure Beauty: Smile, Secret, Perth
  • Lime Crime Venus Immortalis
  • Melt Amor Eterno Muerte
What eyeshadow palette have you tried recently?

5 Comments Add yours

  1. retrodee says:

    The most recent palettes I got are Natasha Denona Mini Lila palette and Lime Crime Venus XS in Vixen. I like the Natasha Denona formula, but haven’t actually worn it yet. The only color in Vixen I like is Peppermint Cake. Dazzling looks good but the formula isn’t creamy enough or pigmented enough to apply easily. Great video btw! 🙂

    1. indiequeen84 says:

      Thanks! Glad you liked it. I have had some great experience with Lime Crime shadows, so I would definitely want to try some more. I still have one more of their palettes to try out first though, so step by step!

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