During the Autumn and Winter season there is a great emphasis on berry hues. Although I do love to wear them regularly, I tend to opt for neutral shades to wear on a daily basis. Champagne shades are a great alternative option to my usual copper and brown tones as they help to brighten and open the eye area. Today, I have given you the run down of the four shades that you need to own.
MAC Bare Study Paint Pot | When it comes to champagne eyeshadows it is important to prep and prime the lid to prolong wear and increase intensity. Bare Study is a golden, creamy eyeshadow that acts perfectly as a base and can be used to brighten the eye area. I tend to use it all over the lid as a subtle wash of colour, under the brow bone or in the inner corner.
L'Oreal Colour Riche L'Ombre Pure - Golden Nude | This rich, shimmery shade is perfect for when you want to add a little sparkle but want nothing but a few lashings of mascara to define the eyes. With a buttery texture, it can be applied seamlessly without much effort and with an iridescent silver shimmer running through it, it's perfect for adding a dose of colour over other shades too.
MAC All That Glitters Eyeshadow | If there's one eyeshadow that can be worn on a daily basis it's All That Glitters. This golden champagne shade with rose gold undertones looks amazing paired with Bare Study as it makes for a long lasting, eye brightening look.
H&M High Impact Eye Colour - Paradise Lost | Of course I had to include a new, budget option in this line up. Paradise Lost is a similar shade to Golden Nude, however with a peachier hue it packs a bit more punch. If you're looking for a shade that can casually be swept all over the lid or used as an inner corner highlight.
What champagne eyeshadows are in your collection?