So if you don't know how MAC eyeshadow palettes work, they are available for anyone to buy on the MAC website and come in three different sizes - 2, 4 and 15 pan. When I say 'pan', this just means the amount of spaces each palette has and how many eyeshadows it can hold. I recently bought the newly released palettes with the clear lid and I have to say, I adore them. However, let me point out that with the new look palettes you have to buy the actual palette and the inset to hold the eyeshadows separately (this confused me at first). I currently own this 15 pan one and a quad I use to keep 'every day' shadows in and its a more travel appropriate size too. They are so handy for keeping all of my eyeshadows together as once you've bought the palette, you buy the 'pan' eyeshadows individually and pop them inside. They come with a little magnet on the bottom and once you've popped them in, they stay nice and secure. You can remove them as well though so don't worry about not being able to move them around and re-organise. To buy a standard MAC eye shadow it costs £12.00 or to buy it in pan form for the palettes it costs £10.00 so for me personally, it makes more sense to do it this way. I realise you have to buy the actual palette first which is an expense (£20.50 for the two parts) but saving £2 on each shadow means you save £30 in total so it still works out a little bit cheaper this way. Yay for savvy eyeshadow buying ;)! They also do a blush palette too, if you're more of a blush gal.
Nylon, Shroom & Satin Taupe
All that Glitters, Woodwinked & Mulch
Cranberry (Frost) - If you've read my blog for a while, you might of seen the 'Autumn Eyes' look I did with Cranberry here a little while ago. That post is one of my most popular to date and so many of you told me you'd gone and bought this shade after reading my post. Its a truly beautiful and unusual shade with tones of red, pink and purple running through it. Great for the Autumn/Winter months.
Club, Knight Divine & Carbon