A Quick EOTD with the Master Palette by Mario

Work is a little crazy lately—I've been transitioning into a new role—but I still wanted to take a moment to show you a look I recently came up with using Anastasia Beverly Hills' Master Palette by Mario. it's out of stock online—sorry!—but you may still be able to find it in stores. If you happen to see one, consider grabbing it. It's beautiful. I think of it as a neutral palette with a twist—in addition to your standard browns and golds, there are some stunning, earthy shades including an olive green, and even a slate-blue. To me, it's unique without being too crazy.

In this look, I used a couple of the matte shades in my crease, and created a shimmery spotlight look with some of the darker shimmer shades.

A look with Anastasia Beverly Hills' Master Palette by Mario.

The colours apply, blend, and last beautifully. I really like how this turned out. What do you think?

Have you tried this palette? Do you regret missing it? Let me know in the comments!

Disclosure: This product was purchased by Eyeshadow Addict.

An EOTD featuring Morphe's 35F Palette

Morphe 35F Eyeshadow Palette.

I didn't get to visit the Morphe counter at IMATS Vancouver this year, so I was excited to see that CurliQue in Vancouver carries the brand! I was even more excited to see that they offer Saturday workshops with a 20 per cent discount for attendees—that's how I so conveniently justified bringing this baby home with me. ;)

I'm amazed at the pigmentation and quality of Morphe shadows for the price. There are 35 shadows in this palette, and they work out to being about a dollar each! Crazy, right? I'm looking forward to playing with this more, but I wanted to show you an eye look I came up with a couple of weeks ago.

An eye of the day with Morphe's 35F Eyeshadow Palette.

I love the mix of cranberries, purples, taupes and bronzes in the palette. Most are shimmers, but there's a row of warm matte transition shades at the bottom. So many pretty colours to play with, and so little time!

Have you tried any of Morphe's palettes? What did you think? Let me know in the comments!

Charlotte Tilbury's Golden Goddess Palette: An Eye of the Day

A look featuring Charlotte Tilbury's Golden Goddess Palette

If you've followed my blog for a while, you know I have a deep love (bordering on obsession, really) with the gorgeous Charlotte Tilbury and her incredible makeup line. I realized, rather sheepishly, just how much of her product I have a few days ago when I went to the Charlotte Tilbury counter at Holt Renfrew (they were having a GWP, so...you know) in Vancouver and had to think quite carefully about what look I'd ask the artist to do that I couldn't do at home. (It involved the stunning Bronzed Garnet pencil—more on that later.)

It's taken me awhile, but I've finally photographed looks with each of Charotte's eight primary Luxury Palettes. Today I have the Golden Goddess for you. It's a stunningly gorgeous quad with a shimmering cream, a satiny brownish grey, a shimmering warm brown, and glittery gold meant to be patted over your lid for a sheer wash of sparkle. It's one of my favourites from her. The quality is fantastic—par for the course with Charlotte—and it goes with everything. Here's a closer look.

I'm also wearing Charlotte Tilbury's Barbarella Brown Rock n' Kohl Eyeliner in this look. It's become a favourite!

What do you think?

If you're interested in seeing the looks I've done with Charlotte's other Luxury Palettes, look no further. They're all linked here!

Have you tried any of Charlotte Tilbury's Luxury Palettes? What's your favourite?

Disclosure: This product was purchased by Eyeshadow Addict.