Spring 2015 Eye Shadows: Burberry, YSL and Tory Burch

I have already posted about some new eye shadows for Spring 2015, and here are more releases.

Spring 2015 Eye Shadows Burberry, YSL monos

Burberry Beauty Wet & Dry Eyeshadow ($29 from Nordstrom)

These are promised to be silky-smooth eye shadows that can be used both dry, and wet for a more intense and saturated finish.

  • The shades shown above are: 103 Almond, 204 Mulberry and 301 Chestnut Brown

Yves Saint Laurent Couture Mono Eyeshadow ($30 from Nordstrom)

YSL also brought out mono eye shadows which are available in different finishes: matte, satin, metallic or shimmer.

  • The shades shown above are: 01 Paris, 08 Zellige, 10 Khol, 13 Fougue

Besides the monos, YSL released two gorgeous palettes Nu Couture Variation Ten-Color Expert Eye Palette  (here for $95) and Tuxedo Couture Variation Ten-Color Expert Eye Palette  ($95 from here). These do look like proper luxurious products with that black and gold design and beautiful shades inside.

Spring 2015 eye shadows Turry Burch and YSL Couture Variation Ten-Color Expert Eye Palette

Speaking of eye shadows, Tory Burch is extending her beauty line with two eye shadow palettes, which do look really pretty, if you ask me , with the floral pattern and wearable basic shades, with Tory’s signature logo on them.

There are two options:

  • Catch Eyeshadow Palette: 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)
  • Pas du Tout Eyeshadow Palette:  Gamine (matte natural ivory), Menagerie (copper pink), Beau (golden violet), Paillette (metallic bronze), Jolie Laide (shimmering dark chocolate brown) and Au Contraire (matte black)

Each is $60 and can be found at Nordstrom. 


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