ColourPop Lost In Love Palette

ColourPop Lost In Love Palette Review

The ColourPop Lost In Love Palette is a limited edition Valentine’s Day palette for 2024. It mainly consists of various pinks and one true red but also has some peach/orange/coral and berry shades. There are 6 mattes, 4 shimmers, and 2 pressed glitters. As far as I can tell from the outside of the palette and the box, it doesn’t seem that any of the shades are pressed pigments. It is available exclusively on ColourPop.com for $18.

Natasha Denona My Mini Dream Palette

Natasha Denona My Mini Dream Palette Review

The Natasha Denona My Mini Dream Palette is probably the closest thing to a truly neutral palette I have from the brand. The shade selection stays mainly beige and brown and only leans very slightly warm-toned. There are 3 powder mattes and 2 shimmers with all small particles that offer a soft but still satisfying sheen. It includes one shade from the larger My Dream Eyeshadow Palette (Nurture) and 4 new shades.

Huda Beauty Pretty Grunge Palette

Huda Beauty Pretty Grunge Palette Review

The Huda Beauty Pretty Grunge Palette is the type of palette that looks like it could be a go-to, everyday eyeshadow palette while providing options to go bolder and be more creative. It’s a matte-heavy palette that is sort of neutral but not really considering there are a lot purple, mauve, pink, and peach tones. The more colorful shades add some variety and interest but are still muted enough to reach for on the daily. Only 6 shades are shimmers and there is one 1 black gloss.

Natasha Denona Xenon Palette

Natasha Denona Xenon Palette Review

The Natasha Denona Xenon Palette is a greyscale themed palette with whites, greys, and blacks in multiple finishes. Some of the midtone and deeper shades have a blue tint or blue shimmer that skews the entire palette extra cool-toned and frosty.

Danessa Myricks Groundwork Defining Neutral Palette

Danessa Myricks Groundwork Defining Neutrals Palette Review

The Danessa Myricks Groundwork Defining Neutrals Palette is an eyeshadow palette and multi-use product containing 10 shades of neutrals, each split into two formulas. For each shade there is one larger pan with a creamy velvet pomade and a smaller pan with its corresponding powder. You can use the pomades and the powders together or separately. I’ll talk about how I’ve been using the palette and what has worked for me later in the post. It retails for $65 which is a bit steep but feels fair for the amount of product and care that was put into its design. It is available to purchase from several retailers including Danessa Myricks Beauty, Sephora, and Beautylish, among others.

Patrick Ta Major Dimension III Palette

Patrick Ta Major Dimension III Palette Review

The Patrick Ta Major Dimension III Palette is an all matte neutral eyeshadow palette with both warm and cool toned shades ranging from ultra pale to true black. There are also two cream bases in deep shades for added versatility. It contains a total of 12 pans for $70 and is available to purchase from Sephora and Patrick Ta.

Natasha Denona Yucca Palette

Natasha Denona Yucca Palette Review

The Natasha Denona Yucca Palette is a mostly warm neutral palette inspired by summer tropics with many shades that lean gently into green, yellow, and orange tones. A few bolder shades are also incorporated but this is generally a very comfortable set of shades to wear even for those that may not be all that into colorful makeup.

Sephora Color Shifter Eyeshadow Palettes

Sephora Color Shifter Eyeshadow Palette Reviews

Sephora recently launched these new “Color Shifter” eyeshadow palettes. They are $10 each and they come in 4 color variations. Each contains three mattes, a shimmer, and a topper shade. The color selection in them is pretty straightforward and balanced. I haven’t found it difficult to come up with a variety of looks for each palette.