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Katrina Avatar

These look a lot like some of the famous photos my cousin, Jason DeMarte, takes. His are a bit more avant garde- however you spell that phrase.

I’d just like to see smaller more curated offerings in general, but it would be nice to see more collabs with artists I like and makeup brands I like. Or, palettes less-centered on cohesive or similar colors, but rather tailored to an experience. Rock chick by CT is a poor example, but something like that on a bigger scale, not just a quad. Too faced used to do some similar stuff like when they had their cowboy palette, and others have centered them around similar vibes (I’m just thinking of different concerts and the diff types of music at present, but that could be expanded by people far more creative than I).

Natalie Avatar

I love muted palettes – dying flowers would be right up my alley, as would Cameron’s Impressionist palette. I think a muted sea or space palette would be nice…something with pinks, purples, teals. Huda’s Rose Quartz touched on it a little bit but even more dreaminess please 🙂

Nancy T Avatar

With the unimaginable GLUT of collections we’ve had over the past 15 years or round about; what HASN’T been covered? At this point, at least for me personally, I’d say that the only thing I would go for all in would have to be if Clionadh does another palette containing a much less pink palette with cool toned multichromes and some cool, taupes purple and other desaturated cooler satins. Now, THAT I would buy!

Genevieve Avatar

I would like to see a collection based on the seasons, offering eye palettes of shimmery, metallic or satin shades in one eye palette and mattes in another. The lipsticks would offer a range of bronze, copper and spicy shades for autumn, red for winter, berry shades for spring and corals for summer. As for blushes, I would include a range of shades that would suit all skintones.

Sarah Avatar

I’m sure it’s been done in some way or another, but maybe the deep ocean! Eyeshadow/lipsticks in deep shades of blue, maybe some vibrant ones here or there to represent phosphorescent deep sea creatures. Blue blush or highlight?

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