Eyeshadow paletts are an excellent addition to every cosmetic bag, and are often bought for a few attractive shades, while others remain unused. Here's how to choose pallets that you will use up.
It's hard to resist all the beautiful shades we see in the pallets. That perfect purple with a little shine is perhaps ideal for going out, but what about the rest of the shades that are in the palette? To avoid buying a pallet that you can use for just one shade, I suggest you try buying them in a targeted matter, with an understanding of colors that complement your natural eye color.
Brown eyes look good with all colors. You can wear all the shades you want, from neutral to warm browns, through luminous and gentle pinks and golden shades that will visually enlarge the eye and give them a more restful appearance. If you want to emphasize them further, choose shades like purple and blue. A palette like the Becca Volcano Goddess has neutral and striking shades that go from mat to metallic shades. With the Charlotte Tilbury Bigger Brighter Eyes palette you are all covered in department of delicate rose and neutral shades that will fit into everyday wear. For extra glow there is a gold shimmer shade.
Blue eyes love golden, pink and red tones. No, this does not mean that you should only wear these kinds of pigmented shades every day. You can always choose some gentle, pastel or less pigmented shades that come with a pinkish reddish tone. Laura Mercier Night Lights Eye and Cheek palette is a true example of so warm shades that perfectly emphasize blue eyes. The pallet also contains a blush that fits most of the skin tones, which can also be used as an eye shadow. The pallet has a good combination of matte and glossy shades. Pat McGrath Labs Mthrshp Sublime bronze palette has a great shade range for day and night. A warm copper shade in the palette will especially highlight blue eyes and give them vibrancy.
Green eyes and warm gold-orange go hand in hand. Even purple hues can further highlight green eyes. Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Honeymoon has very wearable violet shades, especially when they come in a palette with peach shades. Viseart Paris Nude is a palette of eyeshadows for all fans of neutral shades that still do not want to go all in in vibrant purple tones. A few matt and glossy shades make the palette versatile and easy to use.