Hardly any beauty brands have launched Pride collections this year, which is a shame. The Lottie London Proud To Be Pride Palette is part of the Lottie London Proud To Be Collection, and 10% of the profits from this collection, will be donated to the LGBTQ+ charity; Kaleidoscope Trust. Keep on reading to find out more…
What Is The Lottie London Proud To Be Pride Palette?
The Lottie London Proud To Be Pride Palette is a nine-pan eyeshadow palette, created to celebrate Pride Month, with 10% of profits being donated to the Kaleidoscope Trust. Plus, this is the second year Lottie London have teamed up with Kaleidoscope Trust.
“Proud To Be is your go-to for colorful rainbow-inspired looks with trendy aluminous yellow and bright green as well as blendable blue and gold shimmers – this is the ultimate palette to get ready for Pride month with.“
The Lottie London Proud To Be Pride Palette is £5.95, and contains 7.2g of product. In addition to this eyeshadow palette, the Proud To Be collection also features two eyeliner stamps (one is a peace sign and the other is a heart) in lilac and teal, and also two gem face stickers too.
On the front of the palette, there are holographic peace signs and hearts (which match the shapes of the eyeliner stamps within the collection). This palette features six colourful matte shades, and three colourful shimmer shades.
I like that the palette contains the full rainbow of colours, but they’re slightly muted colours, making them more wearable. If you’re not into wearing colourful makeup all the time, this mini palette is ideal as it’s compact, and affordable.
Its rainbow colour scheme couldn’t be more perfect for a Pride collection. It’s a perfect palette for experimenting with colour, and it’s available right now, with 10% of the profits being donated to the Kaleidoscope Trust.
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