Stila Convertible Color Palette & Nouveau Natural Palette for Spring 2015

Stila Convertible Color Palette
Stila Convertible Color Palette

Convertible Color Palette ($49.00) (Limited Edition)

Long-loved by beauty editors for their petal-soft textures and dewy finishes, each of these 12 shades is inspired by a flower. Stila’s lip and blush palette proves to create an irresistible look. Creamy and non-greasy, each sheer tint leaves a natural glow to the cheeks while lips get a burst of fresh, radiant color. This palette is encased in a portable, mini mirrored-compact for seamless touch ups on the go.

  • Lillium
  • Magnolia
  • Tulip
  • Camellia
  • Peony
  • Rose
  • Gladiola
  • Peach Blossom
  • Hibiscus
  • Gerbera
  • Petunia
  • Fuchsia

Nouveau Natural Eye Shadow Palette ($49.00) (Limited Edition)

Bring out eyes with a touch of natural-looking color. Curated by Global Executive Director of Creative Artistry, Sarah Lucero, this palette is influenced by backstage beauty, and these 12 warm shades were selected to create a natural and radiant glow.

  • Kitten
  • Dune
  • Instinct
  • Wind
  • Individual
  • Desire
  • Wit
  • Jezebel
  • Understanding
  • Coco
  • Gilded Gold
  • Java

Availability: Now exclusively at Sephora

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Stila Convertible Color Palette
Stila Convertible Color Palette

Stila Nouveau Natural Eye Shadow Palette
Stila Nouveau Natural Eye Shadow Palette


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Estefania Avatar

I’m not trying to be a Negative Nancy, but both of these palettes seem so redundant/unnecessary. That convertible color palette would’ve been better with only four or maybe even six shades. With this many, it’s awkward to get a brush/your fingers in and there are several shades that will be indistinguishable once applied.

Unless that palette comes with a reformulation of their eyeshadows, count me out.

xamyx Avatar

More often than not, promo pics aren’t the best at depicting the actual shades, so there may actually be more differentiation. As for the size, a lip brush should fit fine, as would a pointed foundation/concealer brush…

Megan Corcoran Avatar

OMG I hope the new eyeshadow palette rates better than the last Stila release.. Those colours are calling my name! Any idea when they will be available in Canada?

Mariella Avatar

I would never need or want that many lip/cheek colours all in one palette but that’s just me – others may love it (I guess part of it is that I like my lip colours in more traditional lipstick bullets but these are shades for lips and cheeks so I guess it makes sense). I truly don’t need yet one more neutral eyeshadow palette but I do hope that this one is better quality than the new “Eyes Are the Windows…” palettes. I’m so sad that their old “In the” palettes are being phased out. The stores around me still have In the Know, In the Light and whatever the purple one is called but the green one – In the Garden – which is perhaps my favourite of them all – is gone.

Brenda Avatar

I love the convertibles as cheek colours, I just find they are way too dry for my lips – which are in horrible condition, btw. I think you’d need lips in great shape to use them as lip colours. That being said, I personally would find the wells too small for my cheek brushes 🙁 Great idea though, as I have three full sized and want about 4 others. Great way to try them out!

Staci Avatar

After the last eyeshadow pallet I bought from them, the eyes are the window to the soul body, these are a no go. Not taking a chance on wasting my money again.

Aditi Avatar

Nope, Stila is never going to get me to spend money on their products again – I’ve been burnt too many times. The convertible colors palette looks pretty though, but I think it’ll be quite difficult to use if you want to use a brush!

Rachel R. Avatar

The little convertible color palette is great. The single compacts last me forever. I’d rather have something like this, with smaller amounts of more colors.

Sylirael Avatar

For truly ‘seamless touchups on the go’, I kindof wish the convertible colour palette included a little double-ended lip/cheek brush or something, so you don’t have to carry a separate one or stick your fingers in the pans… that being said, I probably wouldn’t carry such a palette around for daily wear anyway, LOL! It does look like a neat idea for fans of the convertible color formula though, and great if you wanted to try a bunch of shades.

As for the eyesahdow, I just… it’s a neutral palette. I am beyond fatigued by neutrals at this point, especially after a very neutral-heavy holiday, release-wise. However, for those in the market for a neutral palette, I hope it performs well!

Meredth Avatar

I agree with you completely! I need something other than “nude” “neutral” or “natural” to get excited these days. It’s been done and promoted to death now.

Trina Avatar

I really like the convertibles but i must agree that it would of been better with less. Those pans are to little for a brush. I don’t like using fingers just my preference. Was not a fan of the permanent e/s palettes maybe this a better formula? Will wait for your review.

Genevieve Avatar

I hope these Stila offerings are way better than the last lot we saw before Christmas. I don’t know how we need another natural eyeshadow palette on the market. On the plus side, there does seem to be a range of matte, cream and shimmery finishes. But it is also a very warm palette.

Carrie Avatar

stila and tarte have something in common with their spring palettes – they’re both big fans of brown. huge pass for me, this just looks downright boring

laurie Avatar

The thing that will probably keep me from investing in these pallets is the eyeshadow one is essentially a combination of several of their previous eyeshadow pallets combined into one making it redundant. The convertable color palette is a combo of their singles. Good if you want to try them but redundant if you already own a lot of them. Nothing terribly unique

xamyx Avatar

Well, there are those like myself who don’t own any of the Convertible Colors, which is who the target demographic is. As I get older, my skin is getting drier, so cream cheek products are a preference, so having so many to mix-and-match is something I’d want to look into.

mariam Avatar

I’m a huge fan of the convertible colours but I’ll be skipping this palette, since as others have said, there’s just way too many shades! I think they did a three-colour palette a while back and probably would have purchased it this time around if they had come out with that.
The eyeshadow palette looks really interesting, only if it’s not as disappointing as the three soul, mind, and body (?) ones they came out with last year. I’m loyal to Stila because that’s the first makeup I ever put on as a teen and really hope they won’t disappoint this time!

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