Guys. Tory Burch is expanding her beauty line. (Cue happy dancing, squeals of excitement, tears of joy, or all of the above. Seriously, don't make me do it by myself.) I have to say, I love it when designers branch into makeup. Not only is the quality of their products usually pretty high but the packaging is always to die for. I mean, Marc Jacobs? Gucci? Dior? All stunning. Burch already has perfume, lipstick, and a couple of cheek products in her line, but she's adding three new eyeshadow palettes for Spring 2015. And while her other products feature that (gorgeous) signature orange-and-gold packaging, the eyeshadow palettes have a slightly different vibe. Instead of the gilded effect, the coveted designer has enrobed her shadows in vintage-book inspired compacts.
Each palette comes with six original shades in a long-wearing formula, a dual-ended brush, and a how-to sheet that includes instructions on how to achieve two different looks. And as for the colors themselves? A neutral lover's dream. Each palette is at least half-full of easy-to-wear shades of brown. But if you are trying to branch out into color (or just enjoy incorporating some in your mostly-natural eye looks), two of the three have purples and blues that will easily compliment your neutral eye. Let's take a look.
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Colors include: Gamine (matte natural ivory), Menagerie (copper pink), Beau (golden violet), Paillette (metallic bronze), Jolie Laide (shimmering dark chocolate brown), and Au Contraire (matte black)
Colors include: Hint (luminous tan camel), Smoking Slipper (golden espresso brown), Midnight (deep navy), Tawny (radiant taupe), Stone Cold (shimmering gray carbon), and Magpie (iridescent blue-violet).
Colors include: Wild Card (golden aubergine), Folly (matte rust brown), Blushing (luminous pale nude pink), Little Bit (shimmering pale peachy pink), Morning Glory (iridescent lavender), and Evil Eye (matte vibrant blue)