My Makeup Collection: Eyeshadow Palettes


Hello, beauties!! The meme above is me pretty much every day, but especially today as I show you my eyeshadow palette collection. 


Next to lip products, eyeshadow palettes are my favorite item to collect. I recently decluttered a bunch of palettes to my bestie, and this is what I was left with. Some of these I haven’t used yet, while others are faves I will likely try to take to the grave with me. Although I haven’t used some of them, all of these I’m somewhat attached to, which is borderline hoarder status.

Here are some of the stars of my collection. I’ll also include links to posts I’ve done about them if I’ve discussed them on the blog previously.

The Lorac Mega Pro 4, currently 25% off at Ulta, is my favorite Lorac palette that I own or have tried. It pushes me to play with color, but in an approachable, wearable kind of way. Excuse it’s ugly appearance. I had to perform emergency reconstructive surgery on the next to last shade when I bought it because it was shattered. Thankfully, it survived and didn’t get all weird formula-wise. I also have the Lorac Unzipped Gold, which is gorgeous as well, but the Mega Pro 4 has my heart right now. The Mega Pro 4 recently won a Makeup Battle I did between this and the Pur Pro x Etienne collab palette. Checi it out here.


My Colourpop pressed eyeshadows bring me so much joy. I find myself excited to use them, and I carry this Tarte magnetic palette that I store them in literally every day since I do my makeup at work more days than not. In this magnetic palette shown above, I have my depotted Yes Please, I Think I Love You and My Little Pony palettes. They shadows from Colourpop are so nicely pigmented and blendable that I never find myself spending hours trying to get my eye look together. I’ve written about Colourpop so much lately that I’m fairly certain you guys are fed up with me, but if you’ve missed some of those posts, here is my My Little Pony palette review and my Brand of the Week post about Colourpop as a whole that includes info on the palettes.


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This should come as no surprise. The Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance palette is just a staple in almost everyone’s palette collection. The shadows are pigmented af and just fantastic. I’m not going to ramble on about this one, because I’m sure you’ve heard about this a time or twenty.

There you have it, beauties. That’s my entire eyeshadow palette collection and some of my absolute favorites. What are your favorite eyeshadow palettes? Leave me a comment below and tag me on Instagram (@theregulargirlreviews) with your looks.

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