Top Three Spring Beauty Palettes

Top makeup palettes for the season.

Thanks to April showers, there seems to be more color in the air every spring. And while we love seeing those bright hues take over the new season’s bags, shoes, and overall style, spring makeup also opens up a whole new set of possibilities. If you want to test out a new beauty palette, here are a few options from local beauty boutiques to get you started.

Totally Tarte

If the mermaid trend ever caught your attention, then get ready to be blown away by the Tarte Be a Mermaid & Make Waves Eye Shadow Palette. These rich, glittery hues come packaged in a beautiful shell, which really sells the fun theme. And with names like Shore Thing and Shipwreck, testing out these unique shades is almost as fun as wearing them. There are plenty of peachy colors that are popular in the spring, but it also challenges the norm by adding in some unexpected bright tones.

Festive Too Faced

For a more magical combination that will make you feel like you walked into Coachella, try out the Too Faced Life’s A Festival Eye Shadow Palette. This set gives makeup lovers all the colors of the rainbow. From bright pinks to deep purples to shimmery yellows, your options are limitless. After snagging up this find, it will feel like you found the gold at the other end.

Next Level NARS

While eye shadow palettes are all the rage, cheek palettes offer another way to get creative with spring makeup. This limited edition NARSissist Wanted Cheek Palette Vol I offers up six different shades in matte, satin and shimmer finishes. It gives a perfect pop of color to your face that helps create that natural glow on the go. Whether you want to go bold with their bright coral or stay under-the-radar with their lighter candy pink, this palette helps build your perfect radiant look.

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