Palettes For Every Price Range: $10 or Less

If you're one of my regular blog readers or Youtube subscribers, you probably know that my #1 beauty vice is eyeshadow. There are few things that make me smile more than unboxing a new Urban Decay palette or swatching a MAC eyeshadow. Lol. However, there are five factors that I take into consideration before making a purchase: quality, pigmentation, color payoff, packaging and price. In this post I'll show you some pretty good palettes in several price ranges. If you have any that you think should be added to the list, just leave a comment below.

Pricepoint: $10 or Less


E.L.F. Studio Palette in Warm
E.L.F. Studio Palette in Warm
Quality: Good
Pigmentation/ Color Payoff: Good. The lighter colors can be a little chalky and the shimmery colors have the best pigmentation.
Packaging: Sleek and pretty sturdy.
Price: $5
Overall Rating: 3.5/5


Absolute Perfect 22 Colors in Renaissance
Absolute Perfect 22 Colors in Renaissance
Quality: Good. You definitely need to use a shadow base to avoid fallout.
Pigmentation/ Color Payoff: Amazing!
Packaging: Decent. Seems a little flimsy.
Price: $3.99
Overall rating: 4/5


NYX Runway Collection “Champagne and Caviar”

NYX Runway Collection “Champagne and Caviar”
Quality: Great
Pigmentation/ Color Payoff: Soft and blendable. Color is the same on the lids as it is in the pan.
Packaging: Sleek and durable.
Price: $10
Overall Rating: 5/5


Wet & Wild Color Icon Palette “Comfort Zone”
Wet & Wild Color Icon Palette “Comfort Zone”
Quality: Really Good.
Pigmentation/ Color Payoff: Colors are very pigmented and blendable. Color is the same on the lids as it is in the pan.
Packaging: Nothing special.
Price: $4.99
Overall Rating: 4/5
 
If your budget is a little more flexible then stay tuned for the rest of this series. I've found some pretty dope palettes in the under $25 and $50 price ranges as well. :)
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