Autumn brings with it loads of cool things, opaque tights, new boots, X Factor, Halloween we could go on and on.A changing season also brings an amazing load of fresh makeup launches and as we say goodbye to tanned skin and barely there makeup nothing gets our hearts like a brand new eye palette.
There’s been a lot of attention on heart-stoppingly expensive makeup kits recently and gorgeous as they are, a girls gotta eat. So we were BEYOND excited to see that one of our favourite budget brands Barry M has just dropped three beautiful eyeshadow palettes and each one costs about the same as your lunch Here’s the trend looks we’ll be creating with each one
'Crown Jewels' palette - Proud as a Peacock
Exclusive to Superdrug, this limited edition palette won’t be around for long so if you want to create this look you’d better be quick .Totally eye-catching (pun intended) a peacock inspired blend of rich tones is the perfect look-at-me night out makeup. Use the deep turquoise shade all over the lid then blend the burgundy into your eye crease. A touch of the orangey yellow on your inner eye corners and you’re good to go. Want a little more drama? Dampen a brush and use the turquoise as a liner under your eyes too.
'Fall in Love' palette - Natural Smoke
If you always rely on grey and black to create your smoky eye then switch it up for Autumn and get inspired by the rich orange and browns of nature. This suits all eye shades and is easy to customise depending on how dramatic you want to be. Feeling bold? Take the orangey shade almost up to the brow and ring your lower lashes with it too. Not quite ready for that? A gentle wash of the lighter orange plus lashings of black mascara will nod to the trend.
'Meteor Storm' palette - Firework Eyes
A blend of richly pigmented metallics makes the perfect new season makeup for not just November the 5th but all the way to the C-word (can we say Christmas yet?). Pick your four fave shades from the palette then cover your whole lid in the lightest, use the sparkliest for a pop of colour over the centre then wing out the darker shade, saving the darkest of all for a reverse wing under the eyes.