Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows

Want to know what my top Autumn/Winter shadows are?
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows

Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows | W7 Perfect Eyes Eyeshadow in Hot Chocolate
W7 Perfect Eyes Eyeshadow in Hot Chocolate
Hot Chocolate is a highly pigmented taupe shade. It’s super duper pigmented and has a sort of creamy texture. If you’re a fan of neutral eyeshadow, I’d highly recommend checking this out as it only costs a couple of pounds and the quality isn’t bad either. I shall be posting a full review of this shadow in the very near future.
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows | NYX Single Eyeshadow in Golden
NYX Single Eyeshadow in Golden
Don’t be fooled by the colour of the shadow in the pan. I know it looks very orange and bronze but it is in fact a deep, shimmery gold. The colour pay off is AMAZING and it’s also nice to work with as it blends well and has a lovely buttery, soft texture. Here, you can read my full review of the NYX Single Eyeshadow in Golden.
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows | NYX Single Eyshadow in Midnight
NYX Single Eyshadow in Midnight
Midnight is a Charcoal grey that has a slight olive green tone to it and is packed full of multicoloured shimmer. I find this shade is great for a slight twist on the classic smoky eye and perfect for party season. It has intense pigmentation, blends well and has a smooth texture despite containing all that glitter.
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows | ELF Baked Eyeshadow in Pixie
ELF Baked Eyeshadow in Pixie
There’s nothing I love more when it comes to eyeshadows than good old shimmery shades and this beautiful rose gold colour is no exception. Pixie has fantastic pigmentation and a wonderfully silky formula. Due to being baked, the product can also be used wet for a more intense look which is smashing. I find Pixie works well all over the lid for an effective eye brightening daytime look. A more in depth post on Pixie shall be up soon.
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows | ELF Studio Eyeshadow in Amethyst
ELF Studio Eyeshadow in Amethyst
Amethyst is a very brown toned purple. It has sheer but buildable pigmentation. I know what you’re probably thinking, it’s rubbish right? When I first swatched it I thought that but I’ve found a way to make it work. As a crease colour. I find it gives really nice definition and the fact that you have to build it up stops me from going over the top with my look. Of course it doesn’t tick all the boxes but overall I find it works. Full post coming soon!
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows | Maybelline 24HR Colour Tattoo in Metallic Pomegranate
Maybelline 24HR Colour Tattoo in Metallic Pomegranate
Metallic Pomegranate is a deep cranberry red that contains gold glitter. For a cream eyeshadow it certainly doesn’t lack in the colour department and is a very festive shade in my opinion. No doubt I’ll be sporting this on Christmas day whilst I demolish my piled high plate. Here, you can read my full review of the Maybelline 24HR Colour Tattoo in Metallic Pomegranate.
Top Autumn Winter Eyeshadows Swatches | ELF Studio Eyeshadow in Amethyst | ELF Baked Eyeshadow in Pixie | W7 Perfect Eyes Eyeshadow in Hot Chocolate | NYX Single Eyeshadow in Midnight | NYX Single Eyeshadow in Golden | Maybelline 24 Hour Colour Tattoo in Metallic Pomegranate
All swatches are dry without primer
What are your favourite Autumn/Winter eyeshadows?
Shannon xo
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