Lottie London have revealed their newest influencer collaboration; the Lottie London x Laila Loves Neon Palettes. Lottie London have collaborated with Laila Loves, a popular UK beauty and fashion influencer, with over 1.5 million followers on Instagram alone.
Lottie London x Laila Loves Neon Palettes
Previously, Lottie London have collaborated with Xthuyle and Imogenation, and Laila London is their third collab, and it’s a super fun and colourful on at that. Lottie London products are all so affordable, and easily accessible via their website directly and ASOS.
The new collab features two Lottie London x Laila Loves Neon Palettes, which are just £5.95 each;
- Lottie London x Laila Loves Ibiza Neon Palette
- Lottie London x Laila Loves Miami Neon Palette
Looking at the two Lottie London x Laila Loves Neon Palettes, they give me serious Huda Beauty Neon Obsessions vibes. Each palette looks like it contains a mixture of the three Huda Neon Palettes, and I’m loving it.
The Huda Neon Palettes are £27 each, whereas these palettes are just £5.95 for the same amount of shades. They look like a great option if you want to try neon, bright shades without spending almost £30 on one single palette.
The first palette is the Ibiza palette, which is said to contain super sparkling shimmers and glitters, to rich and creamy mattes, with bold and bright yellows, to shimmering pinks and oranges.
Both palettes are very beautifully bold and bright (they are neon themed after all) but this one is more pink and orange toned compared to the shades within the Miami palette.
This is the Miami Palette which features super sparkling shimmers and glitters, to rich and creamy mattes, with tropical inspired limes, to festi-feeling iridescent purples.
Compared to the Ibiza palette, there’s a couple of deeper shades in this palette, with a slightly more purple and green vibe.
I don’t know about you, but neon shades aren’t the kind of shades I’d wear regularly, so I’d personally prefer to spend £6 on a palette I’d use occasionally than I would spend nearly £30 on a palette I wouldn’t reach for very often.
They both look so pretty and fun, and they’re available right now.
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