Having trouble deciding which eyeshadow palette to pack? Then when you finally pick a palette (or three), you can’t fit them into your makeup bag? Some of our favorite cosmetic companies have heard our woes and have created travel-friendly palettes. Whether you’re planning a trip or want something smaller for your purse, here are some of our favorite mini palettes for on the go.
Tarte tarteist PRO to Go Palette (click here)
This handy palette consists of six matte, metallic and iridescent shades. The standout color in this mostly neutral palette is ‘dominate’ – a lovely shimmering raspberry. Tarte’s shadows are made with Amazonian clay that helps with blending and making sure your look is flake-free.
Too Faced Shake Your Palm Palms Eye Shadow Palette (click here)
Along with two base colors, this palette features creamy neutrals and a pop of pink. Infused with peach and sweet fig milk, applying these shadows is a delightful experience.
Smashbox Cover Shot Eye Palettes (click here)
Smashbox offers variations of this handy palette made of eight shades each. ‘Matte’ consists of velvety neutrals that blend like a dream, while ‘Bold’ gives you a rainbow of bright saturated colors.
Natasha Denona Mini Sunset Eyeshadow Palette (click here)
This compact is based on Natasha Denona’s popular Sunset palette and features five shades. With stand out colors like Apollo (bright brick metallic) and Sun Beam (rich bronze metallic), this warm palette will have your eyes glowing.
Urban Decay Naked Petite Heat (click here)
Urban Decay’s staple Naked palette has a little sister. Six matte shades offer you everything you need to go from a neutral day look to a fiery nighttime look. This particular palette offers terra-cottas and scorched-orange shades. If you’re looking for more neutral mattes, Urban Decay has a mini version of the Naked Basics palette.
Fenty Snap Shadows Mix & Match Eyeshadow Palette (click here)
Fenty has come up with a brilliant solution for you to carry not just one but two palettes together. The portable case lets you snap two palettes together, allowing you to bring along both your neutrals and pastels.