Top 10 eyeshadow palettes of 2020

top 10 favorite best eyeshadow palettes 2020 review

It’s the last day of the year and that means I have one more video for you in my top 10 of 2020 series. And of course we saved the best for last. This one is all about eyeshadow palettes. I tried over 50 eyeshadow palettes in 2020 and today I am showing you my top 10 picks of the year. I tried to keep things balanced, but not on purpose. These are genuinely just the top 10 that I chose out of all of the palettes I tried. I went through all of my palette reviews I did on here as well as my 10 palette review videos and these are the ones I would choose out of all I tried.

Top 10 favorite eyeshadow palettes of 2020 // The best palettes I tried this year

Products mentioned:

  1. Catrice Vintage Soul & Next Gen Nudes (review 1, review 2)
  2. Pat McGrath Rose Decadence (review)
  3. Catrice 5 in a box (review)
  4. ELF Earth & Ocean palette (review)
  5. Sugarpill Funsize (review)
  6. Huda Beauty Mercury Retrograde (review)
  7. Juvia’s Place The Nomad (review)
  8. BH Love in London (review)
  9. Lime Crime Venus XL 2 (review)
  10. Kaleidos Futurism I – V (review)
  11. Natascha Denona Glam (review coming soon)
What was your favorite eyeshadow palette of the year?

5 responses to “Top 10 eyeshadow palettes of 2020”

  1. I can’t think of one… I’m kind of in a place where each palette has a shade I like and shades I don’t like… I about never make a look from one palette. I generally use 2 or 3. Lately I’ve been buying singles. For NYE I used NYX FOILED eye shadow, basically, it’s like a creamy foil and nothing shines as bright. Plus it goes on like a dream, not like those awful pressed glitters. Of course, it’s not for everyday use! 🙂

    • I always have some shades that aren’t perfect for me too, but I always challenge myself to use every single shade in a palette when I review products. That has greatly helped me to get more use and enjoyment out of my palettes for sure!

      • I need to challenge myself too. Otherwise I’ll be wasting palettes. I also found that if I give each shade a chance, I might discover a great look.

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