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What is Nude Makeup Palettes? – Definition, 6 Best Nude Makeup Palettes

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Nude Makeup Palettes Definition

Nude makeup palettes its become the beauty equivalent of our go-to black boots. We use it daily. They go through everything, and it never, ever stop looking at new ones.

A few downsides neutral eyeshadow palettes straddle the line between practical and sexy (thank you, smoky brown eyes).

And fly at work and on weekends, and make eye shadow so easy it is impossible to mess up. Every time it walks into Sephora, the drugstore, or anywhere palettes, it sold.

We gravitate toward the neutrals we see look fantastic. And when every brand it’s spin on the perfect nude eye shadow palette.

That creates some incredibly tough choices. It helps narrow it down, and we needed our editors to give the top options a test run. Here’s what we came away obsessed through.

What are the Best Nude Makeup Palettes?

1. Charlotte tilbury Luxury Eyeshadow Palette in Exagger eyes

  • We get overwhelmed with huge palettes, so its baby is perfect for me. On a day-to-day basis, we like to stroke the matte shade in my creases and lower lash lines for some definition.
  • And then it pops on any of the shimmers when we want something a little extra. Like all of tilbury’s products, the quality is top-notch.
  • The matte is creamy and blend able, and shimmers are almost foil-like. They are not chunky but give a wet-looking shine.

2. Huda Beauty The New Nude Eyeshadow Palette

  • We rarely use eye shadow, but we reached for the Huda New Nude palette when we did it. We love this palette because of its impressive range of neutrals that flatter my tan skin tone.
  • And secret and teddy give a blended matte look when we look for dimension and want something more playful.
  • We use crave all over for a shimmery gold-tone eye that reads more like a highlighter; think less glitter and more shine.

3. Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette

  • Its glamour beauty awards winner is both classic and staples neutral palette for us. And the variety of colors in both shimmers and mattes gives perfect choices for everyday nude looks and a glam, smoky eye.
  • And all of them compliment my olive skin tone. The shades are all pigmented but blend well, and the palette comes with a solid double-ended brush.

4. Too Faced Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palette

  • We love this palette’s deep-brown and brown-plum hues on my darker skin tone. The rich brown colors compliment my skin.

5. Bobbi Brown Shimmer Brick in Pink Quartz

  • Bobbi Brown pink quartz shimmer brick since college it is an eternity in makeup years.
  • The name implies the pink and bronze blend able shades deliver a perfect Goldilocks dose of shimmer.
  • And not sparkly that it’s too clubby but just shimmery enough that it feels indulgent. On low-maintenance days it sweeps on alone for the subtle brush of color.
  • And on days when I want a little more drama, it’s my go-to base shadow for a shimmery bronze smoky eye. In a pinch, it’s also a great highlighter.

6. Maybelline City Mini Palette in Matte About Town

  • It accepted several every-color-of-the-rainbow eye shadow palettes. And resist the allure of some future version of me who wears jewel-tone eye makeup. It gives zero effs and possibly wears leather pants.
  • The only colors it uses in the massive palette are the few shades of brown without fail. So the current, non-leather-pants-wearing version of self sticks with the city mini palette.
  • There are only insufficient colors, but they are versatile. And it gets from barely daytime makeup to something with a little more drama for night.
  • And since it uses them all pretty evenly, its bunch of new shadows staring back at us, judging our sensible shoes and early bedtime, the way the fuchsias and the teals in those rainbow palettes do. Also you can find more helpful resources at beautysmasher.

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