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Jane Avatar

Oddly, though it was a less expensive brand, Sleek did similar themes as you suggested. I’ve been asking for a winter frost theme, and the closest I’ve seen was Jeffrey Star’s Blue Blood Artistry (and companies like Revolution London that tried to copy his color theme). But I really would like Natasha Denona or PMG to do it as a winter frost color theme, as I’m confident they’d do it well, wearable, and with a twist.

C. Blossom Avatar

Yes! I second a winter theme! White, grey, lavender-blue, silver, cold red, coal black—sounds like heaven. I want to look like a gender-swapped Night King from Game of Thrones.

Nancy T Avatar

I’m all about that midnight garden theme too, Christine! I do believe that I have it spanning several palettes, or should I say shades within my palettes, with Menagerie Cosmetics Flight Club, Nomad Bosque Nuboso de Monteverde palette, Sydney palette Grace x Temptalia Quintessence and Radiant Reflection, plus PML’s Sexterrarestrial and Subversive Mothership III thrown in. While I would freakin’ LOVE an entire palette dedicated to that theme with all the shades in one place, after receiving the Nomad palette yesterday, I don’t want to overwhelm myself anymore than I already have! (Sez the gal with 4 Terra Moons multichromes sitting ready to be checked out, LOL!)

Wednesday Avatar

I would love a deeper palette, but looking for something that might be more age appropriate so definitely more on the muted soft smoky side paired with corresponding pops of saturated colour.. a top row of the muted smoky and a row of the saturated below. But this is probably too old school in terms of presentation for most labels.

I love your inspiration, Christine!

Thalia Avatar

Malevolent bog witch. Lots of dusky, grungy greens and blues that has a dupe for Charlotte Tilbury’s Eyes to Mesmerize in Cleopatra [aka Yennefer of Vengerberg green] in it.

Genevieve Avatar

Well, this is timely because I have been thinking about the kind of eyeshadow palette that I would personally like to see. I would call it ‘Snapshot of the Seasons’ and it would contain 16 shades, arranged in groups of four – each four depicting elements of the seasons. It would be all soft shimmers, metallics and satins.
Winter: a champagne shade, a taupe shade, a darker grey shade and an evergreen shade
Spring: a soft buttercup yellow, a light mauve shade, a pewter shade and a violet shade
Summer: a peachy/rose gold shade, a mint shade, medium rosy taupe shade and a teal blue shade
Autumn: a gold shade, a bronze/copper shade, an olive green shade and a rich golden bronzey brown shade.
That’s what I would like!

Lacey Avatar

Midnight Garden? I am so ready Christine! These pics remind me of the pricey Natasha Denona Metropolis palette, which I wanted badly, but didn’t purchase, as I only wanted the deep blues and greens.

Add purple and soft ivory, yellow, rose, I would happily pre-order and wait patiently for my bouquet in a palette to arrive! : )

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