5 Eyeshadow Palettes for the Basic B*tc$ in All of Us

5 Eyeshadow Palettes for the Basic B*tc$ in All of Us
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The word "basic" gets a bad rap these days, but there is a time and place for everything. There are days where you are feeling experimental with your makeup and there are days where you just need a palette that worksThese are the basic palettes that you need in your kit on a vacation or for your "I have a huge important meeting today!" makeup. Check out swatches of 5 eyeshadow palettes below that serve the basic b*tc$ in all of us, because sometimes its necessary!


Even though this palette only has 5 colors, it can surprisingly help create a NUMBER of lewks! The super soft, pigmented matte formula also makes for great transition shades and can easily compliment other more colorful palettes.

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Although this palette skews a little to the warmer side, the mix of shimmer and matte shades make this palette perf for every day use. 

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With the cheapest price tag of the bunch, this palette is a steal! The unique mix of brown based shades give you just enough to mix it up and get creative, or stay within the realms of neutral glam.

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Although I admittedly have mixed feelings about Tarte as a brand, this palette has remained my guilty pleasure. Each shade is pretty neutral but at the same time very versatile. The clay shadow formula is also super pigmented and blendable. 

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The Identity Palette is an amazing neutral palette, especially for those with brown eyes. This is another palette that also has a great mix of warm and cooler tones as well as mattes and shimmers.

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This palette DEFINITELY skews warmer but it was one of the first palettes I owned that allowed me to actually use every single shade! (You can use the code 'COCOA' for $$ off your purchase)


What is your favorite every day basic pallette?