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Glossier’s First-Ever Eyeshadow Palettes Are Effortless, Elevated — & Refillable

Compared to impossible-to-mess-up makeup like lip gloss and mascara, eyeshadow can sometimes seem intimidating; heck, a DIY smoky eye might be downright frightening. However, Glossier is here to change that with the dazzling arrival of Monochromes — the brand’s latest eyeshadow drop. Joining friends Skywash and Lidstar, it is the debut powder eyeshadow in Glossier’s lineup and first palette. As the name suggests, these beauties are made to make eyeshadow fun again with tonal hues in a variety of finishes that all play nice with each other.

But we haven’t even gotten to the best part: Each tin palette is totally refillable, meaning that after you hit pan, you can purchase £16 refills of your favourite trio — or try something new! While the silky formulas can easily be applied with clean fingers (my preferred method, TBH), you can also nab a Monochromes trio of your choice that comes with Glossier’s dual-ended eyeshadow brush for £30. (Should you want to buy the brush à la carte, you can do so for £15.)

Ahead, take a closer look at all ten shades and get ready to adorn your lids with Glossier goodness.


Monochromes in Almond

Rosy brown

Creamy caramels and matte milky chocolates (plus a seriously gorg shimmery rose) make this trio some of the prettiest neutrals we’ve ever seen.

Glossier Monochromes in Almond, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Bluff

Pale, peachy pink

These seashell pinks and beiges feel as fresh as a morning walk on the beach.

Glossier Monochromes in Bluff, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Clay

Rich terracotta

If you’re not able to jaunt over to Antelope Canyon IRL, channel the beauty of the American Southwest with these luminous terracotta hues.

Glossier Monochromes in Clay, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Heather

Neutral rose

Think pink with these berry-toned hues of rosy shadow.

Glossier Monochromes in Heather, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Jute

Soft taupe

Softly contour and add a twinkle to your eyes with these diaphanous shades of greige.

Glossier Monochromes in Jute, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Mesa

Warm orange

Is there anything that says “autumn” like these pumpkin-y hues of orange?

Glossier Monochromes in Mesa, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Mist

Cool lilac

Dreamy lavender and remixed mauves make for a fresh take on purple eyeshadow.

Glossier Monochromes in Mist, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Prairie

Rich olive

Keep things chic with this muted olive green trio that’s the beauty equivalent of a dirty martini.

Glossier Monochromes in Prairie, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Rosin

Golden yellow

Buttery marigold, sunny yellow, and matte mustard make for an unexpected, modern take on fall makeup.

Glossier Monochromes in Rosin, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes in Teak

Warm chocolate brown

Heat things up with these earthy hues of chocolate, copper, and deep bronze.

Glossier Monochromes in Teak, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes Refill

Once you’re finished with your Monochromes palette, simply pop out the empty pan and replace it with a full-sized refill.

Glossier Monochromes Refill, $, available at Glossier


Monochromes + Brush Duo

For folks who prefer a brush, you can pick up this double-trouble tool that’s like two brushes in one: The shorter end is perfect for picking up powder and building up pigment, while the fluffy blending side is perfect for buffing and sweeping shadow over the lids and outer corner.

Glossier Monochromes + Brush Duo, $, available at Glossier


Credit: Original article published here.

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