The wedding season is just around the corner and there are zillion things on your mind. With so many expenses it gets hard to decide where to splurge and where to spend. It’s even more confusing when it comes to make-up. One can spend hours trying various brands but may not reach a conclusion.
Here are 10 eye palettes which will let your eyes do the talking without burning a hole in your pocket:
This is an all-rounder palette. From those subtle hues to a full drama smoky eye look, anything is possible with these eyeshadows. The black is a perfect matte shade and those golden hues give some serious pigmentation goals. This palette is a must for those who want to build a strong foundation for there eyeshadow game.
Like the name suggests, this palette is for those who are always on the move. Highlight those inner corners and brow bone with the light bone gold shade and use the light pink all over the lid to give an edge to your daily office look. Transform those eyes by adding the darker colour on the outer V of the eye and blending it into the crease for a party look.
This palette is apt for your purse. It literally is made to be carried around in those wedding clutches. It has five shades from the natural nudes to sultry sapphire, chose your pick. The rose quartz complements all the day function looks.
This is a palette for all those who love to go all out. The palette has 12 matte vibrant colours which are sure to make you stand you out. They are super soft in texture and very easy to blend. Just add a little liner on you upper lid and shade out the colour on your lower lashes for a quick yet stand out look.
A lot of us are warm tones in Indian sub-continent but this palette is for those who have cool undertones. You can create a plethora of looks with these18 shades. The pigmentation of the browns and gold is very intense. At the same time the bindability here is great and the colours make up for a good range of transition shades making the job of blending easier. This one is a must for cool tone beauties.
What is your favourite value for money palette ?