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#BEAUTY | The top 3 eyeshadow palettes for bright looks


  So you're looking to create a bright az look, a kind of out of this world . popping #eotd? Then you need these 3 palettes. It isn't just the colours that are the reason but the intense creamy pigments and they way it goes smoothly on the skin.

 Juvias Place Magic Palette
Since I bought this beauty all I have wanted to do is use it in every makeup look, take endless photos of it and just touch it...aha yes it is really THAT good, beats me why I only have this palette and not any others from Juvias Place?! I think I may have done a separate post on this before and explained my love for it then!

 Morphe 35B 
This palette is a mix of shimmer and mattes, the shimmers are super creamy and similar to those of the juvias palette in texture. The mattes are equally as pigmented but just a more powder texture, but it doesn't take away from the pigment. This one pretty much has all the colours you need and is my go to palette colour. It is also a very decent price for the amount of shades you get. I think a makeup artist must have this!


Too Faced Semi Sweet 
Okay you got me, this isn't really a bright colour palette as in you open it and go WAUW, buuuutt hear me out! It has a lot of shimmer tones which I would describe as bright, so it doubles up as a highlighting palette as well as an eyeshadow one. I have had this a few years now, and I'm in a state of mind where I want to use it all the time but I also don't want to hit pan! The bronze shades are dreams, I haven't come across any other bronze shades that I love more than these - peanut butter is my all time favourite ever and the only thing that may come close would be potentially a shade from the makeup revolution subculture dupe palette!

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