Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette | If you're looking for a wide selection of neutral shades that are all very Autumn appropriate, then look no further than the Urban Decay Naked 2 palette. With a range of soft browns, subtle shimmers and golden shades, this palette is suitable for both day and night time wear. Half Baked, YDK and Busted are my favourite day time trio for when I want to create a soft, warm smokey eye.
Zoeva Naturally Yours Palette* | The Zoeva Naturally Yours has the perfect array of matte to satin finish earthy shades that add definition to the eyes whilst blending seamlessly into the lids. All 10 staple shades are easy to wear, highly pigmented and can be used to create an array of looks. If you love a neutral palette and you're after some more matte brown shades then Naturally Yours has you covered. You can read my full review on the Zoeva Naturally Yours palette here.
MAC Sable + Fig 1 | When it came to picking out the shades for my MAC Quad, I wanted to pick four shades that differed from my usual neutral hues. Fig 1, a dark matte purple is perfect for adding a pop of colour to the crease, whilst Sable, a multi tonal golden brown with purple undertones can be worn all over the lids. Both shades compliment each other perfectly and create an effortless eye look that can be easily worn on a cold, frosty day.
Clarins Ombre Matte Eyeshadow - Heather* | Heather, a light grey taupe shade, has a formula like no other. It's applies like cream but has a powder finish, making for an effortless application but comfortable, pigmented look. Soft focus pigments and bamboo powder gives the shadow a matte, even finish that lasts on the lids. Perfect for a strong, evening wash of colour on the lids or to add definition to the crease, this shade will have you pining for more.
What eyeshadow shades do you wear in the Autumn?