The Best Eyeshadow Palettes for Fall/Autumn

* Contains some Purchased & Gifted / Pr Samples

After posting my Autumn eyelids single shadows i thought i would show my Autumn eyelids palettes must have's, because not everyone is a fan of single eyeshadows and some prefer to have all of their eyeshadows in one place.
I own a lot of eyeshadow palettes and as mentioned previously the fall-time for me on the eyes is all about Rich, Dark, Rusty, Chocolatey, deep-bronzed warm-toned smoked out eye looks, so i chose palettes i feel are appropriate for the season to create dark, sultry and smoky eye looks. For eyes that are rich in colour and have several layers and deepness to them, which is definitely needed with my hooded eye shape. Nothing screams fall than earthy tones like deep and warm browns, golden and cranberry shades like fallen leaves on the ground and rich khaki greens...

I have not included in depth photos and descriptions of these palettes ( i know shocker right? ) if you do wish to see an in depth review on any of the palettes/quads i have mentioned then please feel free to comment, email me (address is to your left) or contact me through Instagram, i have included links to reviews  i have already written up on on some of the palettes....

So, Lets take a look at the palettes shall we.....

Budget Buy Palettes & Quads:

Wet'n'Wild Coloricon palette in 738 Comfort Zone
This is a palette i pull out every fall-time. It has a mix of warm and cool tones, rich bronzes as well as pretty khaki greens; The palette also consists of a stunning duo-chrome shade which is the dupe of the infamous MAC blue/Brown pigment, but for a fraction of the price, woopwoop. This palette is not available to purchase throughout drugstores in the UK but it can be purchased through sites like Amazon, eBay and Depop.

Tanya Burr Hollywood Eye Palette in Pure Hollywood - £5.99 from SuperDrug
This palette is a cutest little quad. The packaging may be super cheap but the quality of the shadows is actually good. Pure Hollywood is one of three eyeshadow quads by Tanya Burr the Youtube Makeup Artist and is the one out of the three that is best suited to the fall-time with Warm and Neutral tones. Enchantment is a gorgeous shimmery gold which is absolutely stunning all over the lid packed over top of Gold Coin, blended out with Bookworm in the crease.

Zoeva Cocoa Blend Palette - £15.50 from Beauty Bay
This palette is one of the best out there in this price range. The eyeshadows are super smooth and buttery, they blend beautifully and build up pigmentation really well. The palette consists of sweet treats, warm truffles, shimmering marzipan and decadent ganache hues with each shade replicating the fall season perfectly.

* OPV 35 colour Eyeshadow Palette - £17.99 from OPVHair
Now this palette may not be as cheap as the ones just mentioned but it is indeed a budget buy. For £17.99 you get 35 whopping eyeshadows. The eyeshadows are rich in pigmentation and easy to blend. I recommended this palette because of the rich cranberry and bronze shades on the bottom two rows. The palette contains a pretty mixture of satin and shimmer eyeshadows. OPV is a UK Based company and is easier to get than Coastal Scents and BH Cosmetics.

Mid-way priced palettes & Quads:

Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette - £39 from Debenhams
The original chocolate bar palette is a staple everyday neutral palette, the natural browns and warm golden-bronze shades make this perfect for the autumn months. Each eyeshadow is smooth and a pleasure to apply. I have already written and in depth review on this palette which you can read here.

Too Faced Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette - £39 from Debenhams
The semi sweet chocolate bar leans more warm than the original palette consisting of warm bronzes, rich caramels and deep mochas. Every shade in the palette compliments each other ( besides the of pops of colour ) however this is a perfect staple palette for creating a simple warm everyday eye look. I have also written and in depth review with swatches on this palette too which you can read here. 

Lorac Pro Palette - £50 from Roses Beauty Store
This palette is one of my go to palettes in the fall time, full of rich browns and a beautiful deep cranberry shade, so many looks can be created with just this palette. As with all Lorac eyeshadows the eyeshadows are super smooth and buttery, i have already reviewed this palette with detailed swatches on my blog here.

The Luxury Treat High end palettes & Quads:

Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Cocoa Mirage - £64 From Selfridges
The name of this palette already gives it away. Cocoa mirage is the perfect neutral everyday palette consisting of three matte eyeshadows and one warm shimmer shade. A mix of neutral browns, a warm deep reddened brown and the best cream shadow on the market, oh if only time for decided to sell single shadows. I have already reviewed this palette in depth read here.

Charlotte Tilbury Luxury Palette in The Dolce Vita - £38 from Charlotte Tilbury
This palette is the perfect Autumn High end Treat If you’d like to treat yourself to the perfect autumnal palette then ladies and gents – this is it. The rusty red-toned brown and sparkly copper eyeshadow add that perfect touch of warmth. I have written a review on this palette also, read here.

Dior 5 Couleurs palette in 796 Cuir Cannage - £38 From Escentual
My favourite palette from Dior. This is an all year round neutral eyeshadows, the eyeshadows are extremely soft and pigmented. Dior quads do not get enough recognition at all and are far better than Chanel or Ysl.

Now even though these are the eyeshadow palettes i am personally loving you do not need them all, so i thought i would recommend just three; one budget, one middle ground and one high-end luxury to buy:
Budget Buy - Zoeva Cocoa Blend Palette
Middle ground - Too faced Chocolate Bar
High-end Luxury - Tom Ford Cocoa Mirage.

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What palettes are you reaching for this season?

Thanks for Reading Lovelies

Jamey xo

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