Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection

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Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection
Bobbi Brown Holiday 2020 Collection

Release Date + About the Launch

New season, new beauty. Give limited-edition beauty inspired by the energy of dance and the holidays in New York City. Introducing new, limited edition beauty wrapped in winter watercolors and curated for joy.

October 2020 (some pieces online now)

Products in the Launch

Luxe Gilded Highlighter, $50.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Foiled Petal Pinky gold

Luxe Prismatic Lipstick, $37.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Showstopper Yellow-red

Luxe Encore Eye Shadow Palette, $55.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Burgundy Four warm, multidimensional gelee shadows
  • Bronze Four warm, multidimensional gelee shadows

Eye Shadow Palette, $29.00 (Limited Edition)

  • Ember Lights Five elegant neutral shadows
  • Midnight Waltz Five classic neutral, grey, and blue eyeshadows

Golden Slipper Eye Shadow Palette, $39.00 (Limited Edition)

A must-have palette of eight soft-to-shimmering eye shadows. Luminous golds, rich coppers, and warm neutrals ignite inspiration for a range of warm looks. Watercolor art by Cecilia Carlstedt⁠—inspired by the energy of dance and the holidays in New York City⁠—makes this palette even more collectible and unforgettable. A $141 value, yours for $39.

High Barre Eye Shadow Palette, $59.00 (Limited Edition)

A fantasy-wrapped palette of twelve ultra-blendable eye shadows. An extended lineup of poised pinks, sparkling pale golds, pops of pomegranate and cool nudes puts on the most spectacular show of the season. Watercolor art by Cecilia Carlstedt⁠—inspired by the wonder of dance and the holidays in New York City⁠—makes it collectible and unforgettable. A $213 value, yours for $59.

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The 12 pan kinda reminds me of ABH Modern Renaissance. The blue/gray reminds me of UD Naked Smoky. Nothing here is sparking my joy. ?

I don’t know if it’s the covid doldrums but the holiday releases are looking so pretty I’m going to have a hard time deciding which one to pick. Can’t wait for the reviews to come in!

This all looks interesting and we haven’t seen anything from Bobbi Brown for quite awhile. That’s the first navy I have seen in a palette for a long time. This collection looks very interesting to me and I generally like most of the colour combinations. I do hope the quality is there.

I think it’s the lighting, like a duochrome thing.

The “yellow-red” shade would probably look awful on me but man that bullet is so pretty!!!

They look pretty. I’m pretty sure they will be nice products.

They also look very ho-hum and boring though – I just don’t get the “energy of dance” or “New York holidays” from this. The most interesting thing about these palettes is Cecilia Carlsted’s work. Otherwise, it looks like the same old neutral palettes (I’m sure very nice ones if you don’t own any neutral palettes already) and the same old pink highlighter Bobbi Brown always has. And the promo model isn’t even wearing the most novel thing in the whole collection – the prismatic lipstick.

However, I think maybe it embodies “holiday” in the sense that I personally don’t feel inspired by this to run out and buy it for myself (except maybe the lipstick once I see it swatched), but if someone, knowing I am interested in makeup, went out and bought this for me as holiday gift, I’m not gonna be mad at it and will gladly use it. It feels very safe from a gift-giving perspective.

I remember lipsticks that looked sort of like that in the 60’s. I don’t know that I want something like that now. The cooler 5 pan palette looks an awful lot like a clone of the 8 pan Minimalist and Punked ones I have from Smashbox. They must be quite small or light in weight as the larger e/s palettes cost less than the 4 pan one. I love classic products like these but i have to say that they don’t really have a “holiday” look to them but then that’s also sort of Bobbi Brown’s “vibe”.

Wow! This entire line up looks beautiful and wearable! I have been wanting them to duplicate the “Beach” line up but no luck! I hit pan on every shade from the palette! I have the sequins shadows and I typically pan those as well – I’m going to have to try to see these in person to decide what I’ll be purchasing but they all look amazing!

I used to love BBrown single pan eyeshadows. Before the brand sold and Bobbi was still heading up the company, she had some killer cooler matte shades. Since the transition, I have not had an passion for the brand and the e/s offers have be ho-hum and I cannot even remember a review of same.

I really love the High Barre palette. It looks absolutely perfect for my skintone. I have many shadows in this zone and enough gold e/s from PMG, but something about the combo here has me impressed. If this turns out to be a decent performer, I’m going to want it.

I am interested in that Golden Slipper palette, which feels like a sleeker, updated version of the MAC Amber X9 or bronze palettes. There’s something about the texture of the shimmers that promises to perform differently (and therefore a novelty amongst all the eyeshadow fatigue-inducing releases).

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