Trendmood shared an exciting exclusive with us today, and it’s the new BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance Collection. BH Cosmetics are on a roll with their launches right now, with their BFF Collection launching weeks ago, as well as their Flower Power Collection recently too.
This new collection is inspired by music, and consists of three eyeshadow palettes and one makeup brush set. The three palettes are each inspired by a different decade’s popular music.
We saw Urban Decay launch a very similar collection of eyeshadow palettes last year in November, so maybe it’s a new theme or trend to create palettes themed around decades and its music.
The first palette within the BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance Collection is the BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance 80’s Eyeshadow Palette, themed around the 80s decade.
All of these palettes have cardboard packaging, and contain fifteen shades in a mixture of matte, shimmer and satin shadow finishes.
This palette is all about the neons, as you can see from Trendmood’s swatches, they pack a punch!! This looks like the perfect rainbow palette, with a couple of duochrome shades thrown into the mix too.
The second palette in the BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance Collection is the BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance 90s Palette, themed around the 1990’s. This palette is very much a pastel palette, and it couldn’t be more perfect for a 1990s palette.
I’m not sure that I can pull off pastel shades, but pastels are notorious for being difficult to formulate. However, these look impressively pigmented and smooth, and I imagine they’ll look perfect for spring on the eyes.
The third and final palette in the BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance Collection, is the BH Cosmetics The Remix Dance 00’s Palette, which is inspired by the 2000s. This is my favourite of the three palettes, and the colour story is my kinda thing!
I love cool tones, although I am upset that BH Cosmetics got the Nelly classic banger wrong; it’s Hot In Herre, and not Hot In Here haha! I will definitely purchase this palette as the cool tones look amazing, and I love the pop of purples.
It includes a silver glittery makeup bag, and ten makeup brushes for the face and eyes, with disco inspired handles, and silver ferrules to complement the grey synthetic bristles.
It’s a really fun collection, and does a great job at representing the three different decades and the makeup shades people wore during those decades. The collection is set to launch on the BH Cosmetics website right here.