I just spotted Givenchy Signature Eye Palette yesterday online at Neiman Marcus. I’m browsing their website pretty often and I haven’t seen it before but I just wanted to share it with you guys because I felt a click when I looked at this palette. The entire palette offers mostly brown and nude shades so I admit it can be a pass for someone who’s into more colorful eyeshadows.
A gorgeous palette featuring 6 easy-to wear shadows inspired by the delicate nuances of iced chocolate. These universally-flattering shadows come in a mix of matte and shimmery finishes to create any look from the most neutral to the most intense smoky eye. Reflective pearlescent particles in different sizes create a deep 3D effect to intensify the colors with brilliant shine. Encased in a beautiful pink gold metallic textured top.
U.S. Launch Date – Now at Neiman Marcus
Givenchy Signature Eye Palette – $66.00 for 0.21 oz. / 6 mL
Use wet or dry, to build on shine and intensity. Palette includes two eye shadow applicators and a mirror for touch ups. Apply the nude matte as a primer in order to unify the lid or to create a nude make-up. Apply the brown matte shade first for a high intensity look. Then, as a top coat, wear the metallic shade of your choice for a vinyl effect.
- Marron Glacé: sparkling medium brown
- Bronze Caramélisé Précieux: sparkling golden bronze
- Délectation de Blanc Irisé: iridescent white shimmering top coat
- Beige Rosé: sheer nude beige
- Essence de Marron: deep dark brown
- Marron Praliné Onctueux: medium brown
This palette was Givenchy Holiday 2016. I’m very sure, I bought it in Germany last fall.
It has hit counters in some countries only now…unfortunately. I know their Givenchy Ors Audacieux Palette and the other palette as well, but I haven’t seen this one. You are lucky indeed! 🙂
No, I saw swatches on lots of blogs in Europe since autumn. It’s definitely not a Spring 2017 release.
This looks the same as the Nude Nacres palette that was released in U.K. For holiday 2016, which I have purchased. Interesting if they have changed the name…
These don’t seem to be ‘spring’ shades but it is pretty. But why, oh why, do brands have to include a start white when so few can use that shade?