Purple and teal and otherwise bright eyeshadows will always have a special place in my makeup loving heart. Truly. I wear purple eyeshadow, therefore I am! It’s a little interesting, though, that these days I find myself drawn to coppers and gold and mossy green eyeshadows more and more. What’s up with that? I’m not exactly sure, but it’s the reason I nabbed the bareMinerals Gen Nude Copper Eyeshadow Palette.
I’ve heard so many great things about the shadow palettes from bareMinerals (there are three different ones available at Ulta and also three others at Sephora) and I am so glad I indulged.
This palette is filled with eyeshadows that fall along the coppery side of the tracks. There are three satin shadows and three shimmery shadows.
The color saturation on these shadows is simply incredible! I’m so impressed with the color payoff and how easily they blend. Even more impressive is that they’re formulated without some ingredients that are commonly used in today’s eyeshadow formulas, which are mineral oil and talc. These eyeshadow palettes are also free from parabens, phthalates and gluten.
My one complaint? As with the Viseart Golden Hour Eyeshadow Palette I reviewed recently, the clasp takes a bit of work to open. I just keep hoping I don’t make a dent in some shadows along the way!
For this look I used Truth in the crease of my lid, Trippin’ in the outer corner, Bonfire on the inner lid and Gypsy on the browbone. The liner is Wild Child. For the mascara I used Nars Climax mascara – I just got a sample and I’m impressed so far! The wand reminds me of the Dior Show mascara I used to adore back in the day. It gives me super lush lashes that last all day – a win!
My Final Thoughts: bareMinerals Gen Nude Copper Eyeshadow Palette is truly gorgeous! I’m glad I picked it up and will look forward to collecting the other two palettes.
Cruelty Free? Yes
The bareMinerals Gen Nude Copper Eyeshadow Palette featured in this post was purchased by me. All opinions are 100% my own.