My Eye Shadow Palettes - Vilma Iris | Lifestyle Blogger

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My Eye Shadow Palettes

It’s no secret I love makeup, and specifically that I have an affinity for eye shadow palettes… I mean… the colors, the shimmer, the possible combinations! They are irresistible!

I’ve been putting together my own palette using the Z palette box and single shadows from Anastasia and Makeup Geek. Both of these brands make fantastic, finely milled, highly pigmented shadows, although MG is a bit less expensive.

Today, I’m sharing which singles make up my two palettes.

I also have a second, smaller palette with some warmer tones:

Shop these shadows here: Makeup Geek (MG) | Anastasia Beverly Hills (ABH)

Palette #1:

  • MG Roulette – Rosy, burnt sienna with shimmery finish
  • MG Cosmopolitan – Rose gold with gold flecks and shimmery finish
  • ABH Sunset – Metallic copper penny
  • ABH China Rose – Rosy peach metallic
  • ABH Hot Chocolate – Warm dark brown
  • ABH Suede – Gold suede
  • MG Homecoming – Medium brown with gold shimmer
  • MG Lucky Penny – Medium  rose brown with shimmery finish
  • MG Curtain Call – Cranberry red with a foiled finish (gorg!)
  • ABH Love Letter – Satin boysenberry pink (one of my top faves)
  • MG Shimma Shimma – Metallic champagne
  • MG Wild West – Rich rose brown
  • ABH Comfort – Antique copper
  • MG Grandstand – Medium rose gold with slight taupe undertones and foiled finish (top fave!)
  • ABH Rich Velvet – Burgundy with silver sparkle
  • MG Cherry Cola – Deep brown with strong red undertones
  • ABH Dusty Rose – Dusty lilac
  • ABH Pink Champagne – Shimmery pink
  • MG Bedrock – Medium gray with strong brown undertones
  • MG Cinderella – Pale shimmery pink
  • MG Luna – Medium rose gold with foiled finish
  • MG Sensuous – Warm plum with a frost finish
  • ABH Noir – Deep carbon black
  • MG Aphrodite – Deep plum brown
  • MG Americano – Dark brown with subtle purple undertones
  • MG Twilight – Pale shimmery muted purple

Palette #2:

  • ABH Birkin – Warm beige mauve (great color to start off with before you layer in more color)
  • ABH Custard – Warm sand
  • MG Tan Lines – Fawn brown
  • ABH Penny Metal – Metallic light copper
  • MG Sidekick – Cinnamon brown
  • ABH Moss – Sage green
  • MG Cocoa Bear – Matte reddish brown
  • ABH Tiger’s Eye – Duo chrome patina gold (so pretty!)

Happy shadow shopping! Remember to tag me on social media if you pick some of these up and try them!

This post contains affiliate links, meaning I’ll receive a small commission should you purchase using those links. All opinions expressed are my own. I receive no compensation for reviews.

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