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Best eyeshadow palettes: The best eyeshadows to suit every eye colour and budget

12th March 2020 | Author: Lily Coleman

From bright colours to warm neutrals, below we’ve revealed our pick of the best eyeshadow palettes that the beauty world can’t stop raving about.

There’s something to suit all eye colours and budgets from Huda Beauty, Morphe, Sleek Makeup, Urban Decay and more, and if you need inspiration, we’ve also selected our favourite eyeshadow looks for different eye shapes. 

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Best eyeshadow palettes

  1. Editor’s Pick: New Nude from Huda Beauty – £56 
  2. Bargain Buy: Sleek I-Divine Eyeshadow Palette £8.99
  3. Luxury Buy: Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk£40
  4. Best palette for beginners: NYX Ultimate in Neutral Warm£16
  5. Best eyeshadow palette for all eye colours: Urban Decay Naked Heat£42
  6. Best palette for versatility and vibrancy: Morphe X Jaclyn Hill  £37
  7. Best eyeshadow palette with blending brush: Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance£46

1. Editor’s Pick: New Nude from Huda Beauty

£56 | Buy now from Cult Beauty              

Best eyeshadow palette Huda Beauty

Why we love it: Renowned as the must-have product for creating the perfect day-to-night look, as well as being a popular choice with brides, the New Nude palette from Huda Beauty offers 18 shades of buttery mattes, duo-chromes and glitters in neutral, pink tones. It’s not cheap, but this really is the perfect palette to create both neutral day-time friendly looks for all eye colours, as well as show-stopping creations when you pack on the glitters. Plus, the big shadow pans and its versatility are well worth the investment. What’s more, the colours can double up as contour and blush powders. This is, hands-down, the best eyeshadow palette we’ve ever used and that’s why it’s our Editor’s Pick. 

Buy now from Cult Beauty

2. Best eyeshadow palette on a budget: Sleek I-Divine palette

£8.99 | Buy now from Sleek Makeup

Sleek Makeup I-Divine paletteSleek Makeup

Why we love it: Looking for a killer palette without breaking the bank? This 12-shaded palette is a steal, known for its super-pigmented shades and available in a variety of colourways, the I-Divine palettes contain pearlescent shadows that suit every eye colour and skin tone, and are guaranteed to illuminate any eye look.

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Buy now from Sleek Makeup

 3. Best luxury eyeshadow palette: Charlotte Tilbury Pillow Talk

£40 | Buy now from Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte TIibury Pillow Talk paletteCharlotte Tilbury

Why we love it: If you’re in the market for a luxury palette, look no further than celebrity makeup artist extraordinaire Charlotte Tilbury and her curated mini-palettes. With 4 colour-coded shades, the Pillow Talk palette is raved for its luxe rosy pink pigments and offers the signature Tilbury glow in its iconic shimmer shades.

Buy now from Charlotte Tilbury

4. NYX Ultimate eyeshadow palette in Neutral Warm 

£16 | Buy now from Look Fantastic

NYX Ultimate Natural Warm paletteNYX

Why we love it: NYX has become a firm high-street beauty hero, and this Ultimate Shadow palette has a cult reputation, known for its fiery tones and budget-friendly price. This pint-sized palette packs a punch with 16 warm toned shadows in both matte and shimmer finishes, the perfect purchase for those starting out their makeup collection.

Buy now from Look Fantastic

 5. Urban Decay Naked Heat 

£42 | Buy now from Urban Decay

Urban Decay Naked Heat best eyeshadowUrban Decay

Why we love it: If you’re looking for something to turn up the heat in your makeup looks, what better palette to get than the famed Urban Decay Heat palette. Filled with fiery amber hues and deep reds, this shade-driven palette looks incredible on all skin tones and for all eye colours. Pro tip: wet your brush when using any of the four foil shades for ultra-blinding pigment. At the time of writing, Look Fantastic is giving away a free All Nighter setting spray worth £10 when you buy this palette. You can find out more on our makeup sale page.

Buy now from Urban Decay

6. Morphe x Jaclyn Hill

£37 | Buy now from Morphe

Morphe X Jaclyn HillMorphe

Why we love it: Morphe collaborated with YouTube Beauty Guru Jaclyn Hill to create the palette that quite literally offers everything an eyeshadow lover could need: a rainbow of pigments. That’s right, 35 shadows with incredible colour payoff; from mattes, shimmers, foils and glitters, these pressed pigments will be your new BFF, as you can create any kind of look from subtle smoked out nudes to bright, bold colourful creations that are anything boring. Morphe’s makeup brushes are up with the very best too and this palette includes a dual-ended blending brush to help perfect your look. 

Buy now from Morphe

7. Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance

£46 | Buy now from Cult Beauty 

Best eyeshadow palette Anastasia Beverley HillsABH

Why we love it: Fans of Ru Paul’s Drag Race will be familiar with the fantastic Anastasia Beverly Hills makeup brand and the most-coveted eyeshadow palette in the range has to be the Modern Renaissance palette. From its dreamy velvet packaging, to its 14 highly pigmented shadows, makeup lovers can rejoice as the warm pink tones will suit all skin tones. The palette also comes with a mirror and dual-ended brush – perfect for packing on the mattes shades and blending them out too.

Buy now from Cult Beauty

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