27th Jul 2017
We know you’re committed to your favourite eyeshadows, but these three eyeshadows are all you’ll need for holidays, nights out and festivals this summer.
YSL COUTURE HOLOGRAM POWDER €28
If you’re the festival girl with glitter buns and stick-on facial diamonds, you’re going to cry unicorn tears for the latest in Space Age Beauty from Yves Saint Laurent. Couture Hologram Powder?#54 Lazer Violet?might be made of crushed fairies. Bring a holographic effect to your makeup inspired by Studio 54, the epi-center of disco in the 1970s. For out of this world strobing, apply to your cheekbones, collarbones or over your lipstick.
Available from the 9th of August, exclusively in Brown Thomas.
The perfect summer holiday palette – twelve eye-popping and velvety shades of coppers, bronzes, nudes, peaches and burgundys. With?the dreamiest of neutrals and intense shades, you can create an infinite amount of looks to go from the beach to the bar. It’s a super affordable holiday treat to yourself too, at just €36.
This month, Inglot launched four new rich and delectable signature palettes; a?colour popping Candy?Palette,?the warm and earthy Coco?Palette,??the burnt and delicious Honey?Palette and the?Berry Palette?- a selection of cranberry?shades worthy of Selena Gomez at the Met Gala and crimson tones seen on SS17 catwalks of Kenzo, Anna Sui, Max Mara, Ferragamo and more. Don’t be in fear of looking like you have conjuctivitis, a burgundy eye is warm on dark eyes and makes light eyes appear brighter.
Featured image: Yves Saint Laurent Fall Look 2017.
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