[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] I’m surprised that the sunset trend for eye colour has lasted as long as it has – kicked off, of course, by Urban Decay Naked Heat.
I really like this palette because each shade has enough strength that it can easily be worn as a stand alone rather than as part of any particular ‘look’ and that makes it more versatile. Although you could say that about any palettes, I always tend to skip the first pale part of every-nuance-of-nude and would rather have strong colours from the outset for a mono-lid.
Desert Haze is a good name for it too because the effect of layering is kind of hazy – there’s no shimmer to distract from a perfect blend and believe me, these are easy shades to blend because the formula is good and the pigment is high (go lightly until you are used to it). In the same way that the blue toned palette I featured a few weeks ago is rocket fuel for brown eyes, this is the same for blue eyes. It brings them to maximum life.
Obviously, you’ll get a gorgeous result on any eye colour, but these shades are blue poppers (especially nice as well as a smokey on very deep tones). It’s £40 which I find really quite expensive but oh, it’s pretty! You can find it HERE, non affiliate HERE.
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