Romantic Eyeshadow Palettes for Summer

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Released in August 2019, the Morphe x Jeffree Star Artitisty Palette, with its combination of romantic tones and shimmers, boasts as the perfect Valentine’s Day-themed palette, has wonderful transitional colors for Spring or Summer, and for significantly less than the JSC Blood Sugar palette. During the month of May, Morphe slashed the Jeffree Star artistry palette price by half: a cool $18! An irresistible buy. 30 shades, dazzling pinks, champagnes, and golds, charming mattes in blush, cotton candy, coral, a mix of neutrals, and phrase names, like Welcome Back To My Channel, Wand Noise, and Hi Dude.
What’s also great about the eyeshadow colors is their versatility, the shimmers make for a nice highlighter alternative for your brow bone, the bridge of your nose, the high points of your cheeks, even the cupid’s bow. Matte shades are velvety and pigmented, I use a fluffy brush to gradually build intensity.
Morphe x Jeffree Star Artistry Palette

For those wanting a romantic experience from another brand, consider the It’s All Good palette from Colourpop. 30 long-wearing shades of silky mattes in creamy peach, dusty coral, pops of pinks, fuchsias, and neutrals, with glittery terracottas, bluish lavender, icy pinks, and tons of metallic flecks, shifts, and sparkles with shade names, like all smiles, best life, gold star, and you got it.

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