3 of our PERFETTO Pressed Eye Shadow looks in new, sophisticated colors come together in day-or-night trios to create our Best Eye Shadow Palettes offered in 3 shade variations. Low fallout and super blend-able shadows make these collections covetable. Each palette is meant to flatter almost any skin tone and eye color, and depending on the balance of the colors used, can go from pretty, everyday eye shadow looks to special-occasion ready.
The Sweet Canyon palette is a little more daring than the typical brown or bronze palette. The unexpected burnt orange mix brightens the eye area while cooler earthy neutrals make the palette easily wearable for all.
The Sweet Nectar palette features a deeper shade to define (matte chocolate with soft glints of glitter for dimension), a highlighting shade to enhance the eye area (matte linen), and the blending shade to accentuate the eyes (shimmery nectar).
The Sweet Ballet palette contains a darker shade to define (a rich lilac purple with a slight shimmer), an intermediate shade to accentuate (a matte beige-tinged mulberry), and a lighter, soft shimmer champagne shade to highlight and blend.
The eye shadow palettes in the SUITE sets are formulated with select ingredients that offer a nourishing sensation to skin, such as: Kaolin Clay and Jojoba Oil.
The sleek, color window palette case also has a convenient application mirror, making on-the-go touchups fast and fumble-free for the best eye shadow looks!
Natural, Vegan, PETA Approved, Gluten-free and Non-Comedogenic. Free of known Toxins, Petrochemicals, Parabens, Nano-particles, Bismuth Oxychloride, Talc, Silicones, Mineral Oil, GMO’s, Artificial Fragrance, Artificial Preservatives, FD&C dyes, Carmine and Phthalates, best eyeshadow palette
MICA, ZINC STEARATE, KAOLIN, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS (JOJOBA) SEED OIL, LAUROYL LYSINE, GLYCERYL CAPRYLATE AND GLYCERYL UNDECYLENATE^. MAY CONTAIN +/-: IRON OXIDES, CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499, TITANIUM DIOXIDE CI 77891, MANGANESE VIOLET CI77742, ULTRAMARINES CI77007. ^Natural Preservative System