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Stila · Happy Hour & After Hours Eye Shadow Palettes

Several weeks ago Stila launched the Happy Hour & After Hours Eye Shadow Palettes as part of their Summer Collection, obviously inspired by a rip-roaring good time if the names are anything to judge by. Personally, I find the shades to be wearable regardless of season … and no cocktail attire required either.

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Bare Minerals · Bounce & Blur Collection

Bare Minerals recently launched the Bounce & Blur Collection, fronted by the brand’s spokesperson Hailey Bieber. Cute alliteration in the name aside, this is a collection of eyeshadows and blushes in an innovative squishy (and yes, that word is perfectly fitting) formula that require nothing more than fingers for application, Doesn’t get easier than that, I tell you.

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Dior Backstage · Amber Neutrals Palette

I have been a fan of Dior’s Backstage range from the day the collection launched, so when the Amber Neutrals Palette was released earlier this year, I knew that one day I had to have it. What can I say? Red eyeshadow is most definitely my Kryptonite.

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Urban Decay · Game of Thrones Collection

When Urban Decay first announced their collaboration with HBO’s Game of Thrones, my heart almost stopped: a beauty collection from one of my fave brands + my ULTIMATE FAVOURITE TV SERIES OF ALL TIME (yes, that deserved to be said in caps) = worlds colliding and in the best possible way. As a seriously massive fan of the show (I’ve even read all the books), I was beyond thrilled and when the collection finally arrived, and that feeling has grown exponentially upon playing with all the pieces. The game is most definitely ON.

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YSL · Shimmer Rush Multi-Palette Spring 2019 & Couture Contouring Palette

For Spring 2019, YSL Beauty is serving up rosy freshness, perfectly captured with the Shimmer Rush Multi-Palette — brilliant hues that are just the thing to shake off the last bits of Winter. Oh, and for the record, I may have spent more time than usual admiring the outer case … can you blame me?

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