Nikkie Tutorials has just announced that she has collaborated with Beauty Bay for the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette which is very exciting. It’s been a long time since an exciting collaboration was unveiled with a massive amount of excitement.
It might even be as far back as the Jeffree Star x Shane Dawson collaboration, so there’s no doubt that the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette will be an instant sell out once it launches right here…
Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette
Nikkie Tutorials has amassed an amazing 13.5 million subscribers on YouTube alone. She also has 14.2 million followers on Instagram, so the fact she’s chosen to collaborate with a beauty retailer rather than a beauty brand is really exciting.
Nikkie must be inundated with requests from brands for collaborations, and so far she’s only collaborated with Too Faced and OFRA so this new collaboration must be really special for Nikkie.
The Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette has been revealed today, and then the collection will be launching right here on the 30th of August.
Nikkie had to delay the launch date because of her coming out video last year, and then she had the attack incident lately which could have delayed the launch even further, but Nikki being the ever professional influencer that she is, has decided now is the time to launch.
Nikkie said she was asked many times to collaborate, but decided Beauty Bay were a brand she could trust and they welcomed her which helped her decide that they were the ones she should collaborate with.
In early 2019 Beauty Bay contacted Nikkie saying they really want to collaborate and Nikkie wasn’t tempted after the drama with her Too Faced palette which almost “cost her career”. One of the main reasons she said yes was because of how amazing the Mmmmitchell Beauty Bay palette was – which made her take a dive.
Inside the box of the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette there’s a little card which shows you how best to apply each of the shades which is GENIUS.
If only more brands did this, but I have never seen a brand include a guide like this within their palette. Each shade has a brush underneath the name, and/or a finger symbol showing you how best to apply the shade.
This is what the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette looks inside the box, and Nikkie describes it as being her ‘safe place’ – her temple tutorials and her crazy place.
This is the inside of the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette, which is split into two halves – her light side and her dark side which looks so cool! Inside the palette there are 20 pressed pigment eyeshadows, as well as two mirrors – one on each half the palette.
It is a limited edition palette, so if you like the look of the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette, you’re going to have to snap it up to ensure you don’t miss out as it will sell out quickly, and that’s guaranteed like it did with her OFRA highlighters and Too Faced Eyeshadow Palette.
Nikkie describes this palette has having your favourite mattes, your crazy shimmers and your magical duochromes – all the colours you need to create your perfect makeup look.
On the right side of the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette there’s a ‘normal’ mirror for most people to use, but the left side of the palette has a magnified mirror for those that need a magnified mirror in order to do their makeup which is such a cool and unique concept.
- Redemption – marigold orange matte
- Blend & Snap! – bubblegum pink matte
- Ivy – icy white shimmer
- Slasher – mulberry purple matte
- 5AM – true chocolate brown matte
- Roxy Catan – bright pink shimmer
- VLA – bright bumble yellow matte
- Mikai – true red matte (in honour of Nikkie’s brother)
- Mila – caramel nude matte
- Underground – silver and gold hybrid
- Plot Twist – periwinkle matte blue
- Aura – orange rose gold shimmer
- Basic Trut – pink toned light nude matte
- All-In – duochrome silver and gold
- Ew – true green matte
- Pride – pink and blue duochrome
- Zomer – peach pink matte
- Mama Tutorials – baby blue shimmer
- Amsterdam – cobalt blue matte
- Mr Tutorials – hazel shimmer (inspired by Dylan’s eye colour)
The palette will be available on beautybay.com ONLY and will retail for $30/€30/£25 🏆
“It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, Glow Babies! Introducing the limited-edition NikkieTutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Palette. We know you’re going to be as obsessed as we are!
Featuring 20 pressed pigment shades curated by NikkieTutorials herself, the palette is packed with all the mattes, shimmer, and duo chromes you need to create Nikkie-approved looks.
Designed to showcase the two sides of Nikkie’s personality, the bright and the dark, the palette features BEAUTY BAY’s iconic high-pigment formula for that major staying power. Have the best time creating, Glow Babies!“
Nikkie said she was scared about the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette, as she didn’t know how many people would want one. Beauty Bay asked Nikkie how many to make, so Nikki had to decide a full amount of palettes rather than a staged launched.
So if the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette sells out, it will be 100% sold out with no more stock coming (unless Beauty Bay decide to make more – but that’s not guaranteed) so you have to snap it up if you want it.
If you purchase the Nikkie Tutorials x BEAUTY BAY Pressed Pigment Eyeshadow Palette in the first drop, you’ll get a free Beauty Bay popsocket with your palette – in either the pink side, or a dark side.
Also 50 lucky customers will get a golden ticket to a private Nikki virtual masterclass. Nikki has personally signed 100 of the palettes on sale with a gold metallic marker, and they’ll go to people at random.
LAUNCHES 10AM PST 31ST OF AUGUST – ONE PALETTE PER PERSON. Only sold on BeautyBay, and won’t be available anywhere else so it won’t be authentic if you see it elsewhere according to Nikkie Tutorials.