Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Palette & Highlighter Swatches

The Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Palette ($40.00 for 0.60 oz.) recently restocked, so here are swatches for your perusal! I also have swatches of six shades from the Artist Couture Diamond Glow Powders ($27.00 for 0.16 oz.) range as well.

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Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Eyeshadow and Pressed Pigment Palette

Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Eyeshadow and Pressed Pigment Palette

Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Eyeshadow and Pressed Pigment Palette

Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Eyeshadow and Pressed Pigment Palette

Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Eyeshadow and Pressed Pigment Palette

Artist Couture Supreme Nudes Eyeshadow and Pressed Pigment Palette

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I like it, but can no doubt mostly dupe it. The shadows that caught my eye are transcend and stripped both because of their tan peachiness. Most tan shadows run towards yellow or orange, so I like the balance in the shades and the fact they are not too warm. I would totally make those workhorses. I wonder how this palette compares to Biba.

I’ve seen so many YT’ers rave about this particular palette, and I swear I just don’t see what the fuss is all about. Very basic, every day palette. Looks good for work wear. Other than that and the fabulous green shade, I’m not being bowled over by it.

Now as to the highlighters, that’s a whole other story! These are simply amazing looking, like, WOW. ⚡

For those complaining that this palette isn’t special. This palette is great for those of us who can’t/won’t use eyeshadow containing carmine. It is so hard to find eyeshadow palettes that are vegan/kosher/halal. Those who are allergic to carmine, or abstain for religious or personal reasons, finally have a neutral palette. And one that is good quality. I’m excited for this one. I hope he does a cooler neutral palette as well.

I have a mini palette by Artist Couture and the texture is beautiful .
I would be interested in this one based on the quality of my last one and the inclusion of that green ..
I have most of these in dupes , so for now I think I’m covered .
However I will keep this one in mind .

Wow – these all look great. I particularly like the shimmer shades from the palette – all my favourite colours – gold, bronze, olive and soft brown.

This reminds me of the Nars Skin Deep palette, that I own and really like. I do not need this palette but I am interested in the brand now.

There are so many palettes out there, yet, as my mother reminded me today, there are so many people who are getting into makeup for the first time. Even if its late! My mother is in her 60’s and is only NOW loving playing with eyeshadows. This would be great for her actually. Would also be great for someone who wants to try an indie brand but isnt already knee deep in eyeshadow! (I know i am! Im still curious about the formula though)

This looks like a beautiful, compact everyday palette. I don’t love the names Gold Digger and Sugar Daddy, they’ve come up before as eyeshadow names and so there’s nothing novel about them. I can understand the argument to trying to reclaim the terms. But although the terms aren’t literally to do with women, when a celebrity who doesn’t identify as female uses them, it reminds me of the misogynistic history associated with these terms.

I do love a solid neutral palette. In the office or day-to-day, most people aren’t doing neon brights or ultra loud glitters. That’s why there’s always a market for the basics, and this palette is a really nice offering.

As for those highlighters? Coco Bling is a must if you want to be seen from space. My favorite showy and glowy highlighter!

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