Single eyeshadows are great, but at this moment in beauty, palettes seem to reign supreme. Sure, creating your own Z palette or MAC Cosmetics quad is fun and totally customizable, but palettes are a way to see what's trending. Right now, millennial pink eyeshadow palettes seem to be the dominant trend. From soft shadows to bolder hues, pinks are winning the game right now, and it's just in time for spring. Talk about great timing, right?
This isn't the first time that varying shades of pink have been a big deal. Remember the rose gold trend? it came in like a whirlwind, and honestly, it hasn't really left. From rose gold hair to Mickey ears at Disney, people still love it. Is that true of millennial pink? Let's hope so because cosmetic brands are launch palettes full of pink left and right.
What's the reasoning? It could be that millennial pink is having a moment. There are actual, real millennial pink cinnamon rolls that have just made their grocery store debut, and then there's the turn towards rosé ciders that breweries seem to be taking. Then, there's that bright pink eyeshadow look Kim Kardashian rocked a few weeks ago and of course, her pink hair. Basically, pink products of all kinds seem here to stay, and these palettes will help you embrace the trend this spring.
1. Anastasia Beverly Hills Soft Glam Palette
2. Too Faced Natural Matte Neutral Matte Eyeshadow Collection
3. Hank & Henry Petty in Pink
4. Urban Decay Backtalk Palette
5. Viseart Petite Pro Palette 2
6. ColourPop Pretty Much Palette
7. NARS Danger Control Eyeshadow Palette
8. Maybelline Lemonade Craze Eyeshadow Palette
With a trend this big, you had to know more was coming, right? Just because spring has already sprung doesn't mean brands won't keep riding the millennial pink wave. Maybelline's Lemonade Craze palette is set to come out in July according to Allure and will retail for only $14.
9. Marc Beauty Fantascene Eyeshadow Palette
Even Marc Jacobs has added pink to his upcoming coconut collection. The Fantascene palette will probably cost a pretty penny (it is Marc Jacobs, after all), but peep those pretty pinks.
If you're loathe to let the millennial pink trend die, don't worry. It seems beauty brands agree with you. Get ready to go frolick in a meadow of daisies this spring because millennial pink eyeshadow is here to stay.