Top 5 Fall Eyeshadow Palettes

Hey y’all, its fall! Although it doesn’t feel like fall AT ALL in Nashville but it’s the thought that counts! Fall & winter are my favorite seasons, in order words, my favorite season is when I’m not sweating and I can be cozy. To commemorate the fall season, I decided to do a fall favorites series, starting off with the eyes. Below are my TOP 5 favorite fall eyeshadow palettes. I’ll also include links to buy in their descriptions.

  1. Anastasia Beverly Hills (ABH) Modern Renaissance Palette ($42):

This ABH palette is by far one of my favorite ones they have ever done! This palette contains 14 eyeshadows, more than their usual 10, which are mostly matte. For $42 a palette you would be getting your eyeshadows at $3 each! Which is a steal compared to ABH’s usual $12 an eyeshadow. This palette is permanent in their line and the truth is I originally did not want to buy it! I thought that I really wouldn’t use the colors, it was too bright, etc. But then I saw a bunch of videos showcasing this palette and the more videos I watched, the more I wanted it! Buy it here, here or here.
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SWATCHES:

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Left to Right: Vermeer, Antique Bronze, Burnt Orange and Red Ochre.

 

  1. Violet Voss X Laura Lee Palette ($45):

This limited edition palette is perfect for ANY season but there are some shades that scream fall to me. It is extremely versatile and I loved that it’s an all-in-one palette. You have your crease colors, lid colors, highlights, smoky eyes, etc. It has a total of 20 shadows with a variety of finishes. For a $45 palette you would be getting your eyeshadows at $2.25 each, which is a steal! Because it was limited edition it is sold out on the Violet Voss website BUT I found it on Lady Moss here.

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SWATCHES:

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Top to Bottom:Bitty, Hissy Fit, Alabama, Yoshi and Britches..

 

  1. Tarte Tartelette in Bloom Palette ($45):

This is one of my favorite Tarte palettes I have. I wasn’t a fan of the first Tartelette, it was too matte and too purple but this one is just perfect. You have neutral, warm and shimmer shades. You get 12 shades for $45 which comes down to $3.75 each eyeshadow, which is a liiiitle on the pricey side. But this is another one of my go to, all-in-one palette. The eyeshadows are very pigmented and creamy. The dark grey/black eyeshadow in Smokeshow is amaiiiizing! This is a permanent palette in their collection and you can buy it here, here and here.

 

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SWATCHES:

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Top to Bottom: Firecracker, Rebel, Funny Girl and Smokeshow.

 

  1. Make Up For Ever (MUFE)- Artist Palette Vol.1- Nudes ($44):

MUFE’s eyeshadows are some of the best in the game, they are super creamy and pigmented. I love this palette because if you’re a fan of MUFE eyeshadows but don’t want to pay $21 PER EYESHADOW then this is for you! At $4.89 per shadow, this is the most expensive of the bunch but if you like creamy metallics you’ll be in love. Downsides are that there are no mattes o I have to turn to other palettes to get crease colors. Buy here.

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SWATCHES:

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Top to Bottom:   D-562 Taupe Platinum, D-652 Celestial Earth, S-102 Onyx and I-528 Pearl.

 

  1. Morphe 35O- the original ($22.99):

This palette was probably the most popular palette last fall and it should be! You get 35 eyeshadows for approximately 66 cents EACH. I repeat, 66 cents EACH. You’ll get the best bang for your buck. Morphe does have some of the best eyeshadow palettes in the industry right now, I should know because I own like 5 of them. The 35O was so popular it got 2 spin-offs: a fully matte version and a fully shimmer palette! This is a staple palette, an all-in-one, a ride or die. It is so versatile that I’ve used some of the shades to do brows. My only cons, and this is a hard one for me, is that there is not a pure matte black shadow and that the shadows have no names. Get it here.

 

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SWATCHES:

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Besos, Dinorath

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