Naked Honey Eyeshadow palette made for fall

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Naked Honey Eyeshadow palette made for fall

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Ladies, are you tired of the same boring eyeshadow palette? Well, throw that overused, ugly-colored palette away and go grab the new Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette.
But let’s talk about why this is the perfect palette for any girl, even those who don’t prefer eyeshadow like me.
1. The dark or light color options
First, let’s talk about the colors. If I’m honest, as a 15-year-old girl, I always wanted to impress with big bright-colored eye shadow and thick eye liner.
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve stopped wearing makeup almost completely. I look at the old palettes I used to have and cry in horror at how horrible the colors are.
With the Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette, there is more freedom in deciding how light or dark you want to go.
Colors like flyby, sweet, swarm and golden, give any girl, no matter their skin color, a light feminine touch.
For me, these are the perfect colors to give my eyes better brightness, while still being unnoticeable. But for those who are wanting a bolder look, colors like queen, sting, drip and hive, will keep you looking fierce.
2. Sparkles galore
Sparkles are always my go-to. From old palettes I’ve had, they lacked the sparkles I wanted. But with this palette, there are sparkles galore. These sparkly colors include amber, golden, honey, queen and hbic. With each sparkly eyeshadow, there is a different color or shade.
Amber, golden and honey are all different shades of yellow sparkles which can make your face glow at Tipsy.
Queen is a dark brown sparkle perfect for a dark restaurant date.
Lastly, and one of my favorites, is a pinkish sparkle called hbic. Hbic is the best eyeshadow to lighten up your face but still keep that girly look you want.
3. The better price for a better palette
While the Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette is $49, which is a little high on the price range, compared to the price of other eyeshadows, it really isn’t that bad.
With this palette, I don’t feel guilty spending $49 on it because I know it is well worth its price and I will use it until it’s gone.
With cheaper palettes, I’ve discovered the colors never last long on my eyelids even if I put a primer on.
I never have to worry about this issue with the honey eyeshadow palette. The colors have always stayed on even without the primer.
So, get your fall color on and go get the Naked Honey Eyeshadow Palette. I promise it will be worth every penny.