There are some recent markdowns/additions to Sephora’s sale section of some products I’ve reviewed well, so here’s a list of what’s on sale along with links to reviews and swatches.
Natasha Denona Lila Mini Eyeshadow Palette ($12.50, was $25.00) is a palette I’ve found myself reaching for (particularly for Poison Berry and Linen, a great brow bone highlighter for me). Review / Swatches / Look
Natasha Denona Safari Eyeshadow Palette ($99.00, was $129.00) is an all-matte eyeshadow palette with more muted, earth tones. It has a mix of cooler and warmer shades, and for the matte lover, it is a nice addition. I find it does complement Natasha Denona’s other palettes, too, and the muted quality of several of the shades makes them less dupable than other palettes. Review / Swatches / Looks
Natasha Denona Tropic Eyeshadow Palette ($99.00, was $129.00) is a brighter mix of colors (mostly in the bottom row) paired with warmer neutrals. There’s a lot to enjoy about the palette, though it wasn’t the strongest effort from the brand–but then the intensity of a shade like Zena is a reminder of how high the brand can go. This one is only worth grabbing if you’re a big fan of Natasha Denona’s formula and don’t mind using a wet brush/firmer hand with some of the shimmers. Review / Swatches / Looks
MTHRSHP Palettes are on sale for $27.50 (regularly $55.00), and uh, no-brainer for me to recommend since I love Pat McGrath’s eyeshadow formula. I find the MTHRSHPs to be fantastic in quality and great, more edited (read: more “affordable”) options. Most of these are out of stock now, though if you’re dying for one, you might check back periodically to see if inventory releases (unlikely but occasionally occurs).
Pat McGrath Subversive Metalmorphosis Eyeshadow Palette ($27.50, was $55.00) includes a mix of more metal-inspired shades. Review / Swatches / Looks
Pat McGrath Subversive La Vie En Rose Eyeshadow Palette ($27.50, was $55.00) is a pink/purple themed set of shades. Review / Swatches / Looks
Pat McGrath Sublime Bronze Ambition Eyeshadow Palette ($27.50, was $55.00) is a mix of warm-toned neutrals with five shimmers and one matte shade. Review / Swatches / Looks
Tarte Tarteist PRO Remix Palette ($24.50, was $49.00) contains all shimmers across neutrals and pops of color. I really love this palette, though it is all shimmer, so it works best as a complementary palette with your favorite mattes. The quality was superb–pigmented, creamy, and blendable–and one of Tarte’s better offerings in the last year. (The original Tarteist palette is also on sale for $24.50.) Review / Swatches / Looks
Tarte Tarteist PRO Glow Highlight & Blush Palette ($22.50, was $45.00) is a nice set of warmer-toned, mid-depth cheek colors–it would well for light to medium, warmer toned skin in particular (though anyone can wear anything, truly!). Review / Swatches