Beauty Bay have launched a new palette within their By Beauty Bay palette collection. The By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette has launched today alongside The Pastels Brush Set. If you’d like to see inside the By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette, keep on reading.
By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette
Beauty Bay have many different palettes, with 9 to 42 shades. Their palette range recently had a revamp, with sleeker packaging and the By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette is one of their smallest palettes to date, with eight shades, however the pans are much larger than any of their main range palettes.
The By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette has pretty pastel ombré cardboard packaging, and the inside of the palette has a holographic glitter effect, with each of the shades having their shade name written in rainbow coloured font.
The By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette is £10 and contains eight pressed pigments. Beauty Bay haven’t posted the volumes of the shades, but the pans do look really big, but without any grams being mentioned, there’s no way to know how big this palette actually is.
“Embrace the dreamy pastel trend with our compact pressed pigment palette. The Pastels Palette features eight of the prettiest pastel hues you need to indulge your softer side and indulge your obsession.
The velvety mattes have a pigment-rich formula with a seamlessly blendable texture and major staying power for looks even more euphoric than the last.” – Beauty Bay
- Cloud Free – A sky blue
- Euphoria – A lilac purple
- Daze – A turquoise green
- First Light – A yellow
- Golden Hour – An orange
- Serenity – A lime green
- Lovesick – A pink toned purple
- Day Dream – A lavender purple
I don’t know if it’s just me, but this shades all look quite bright for a pastel palette. Pastels tend to have a white base, and they’re usually quite muted, but these eight shades all look quite bright.
I think they’re all very pretty, and I can imagine how pretty they’d look on the eyes. Hopefully Beauty Bay will share some swatches soon, so we can see how the shades translate onto the skin. If you used a white base underneath the shades, I think that would help create a more pastel effect too.
£10 is such a great price for a palette like this, and the rainbow/holographic palette design is amazing too. If you’ve been looking for some pretty pastels to incorporate into your eye makeup looks, this beautiful By Beauty Bay The Pastels Palette is available now.
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