The prettiest highlighters, blushers and eyeshadow palettes we’re lusting after now.
Coordination Carina Koh photography Frenchescar Lim art direction Sharmaine Khor
Yves saint laurent Beaute face palette Collector in gypsy Opale, $95.
“The packaging reminds me of a beautiful watercolour painting. Housed within are four complexion-correcting colours: violet adds radiance, green combats redness, pink imparts a rosy glow, and gold highlights. I blend them and apply on my cheekbones for a pop of colour.” – Carina Koh, beauty writer
Lancome spring 2016 my parisian pastels, $98.
“Holding nine individual cubes in various pastel hues, this makeup palette looks more like a box of sweets than a cosmetic product. For a healthy-looking glow, sweep a face brush across all nine colours and apply on the high planes of the face, such as the chin, cheeks and brow bones. The colours can also be used as eyeshadows.” – Carina
Make up for ever 9 artist shadow palette in #03, $69.
“Don't judge a palette by its magnetic cardboard packaging; the nine eyeshadow hues in this one are actually buttery soft and richly pigmented. My favourite is #I-804, a beautiful shimmery apricot that does double duty as a blusher and an eyeshadow.” – Charmaine Lee, beauty writer
Dior 5-couleurs glowing gardens palette in #031 blue garden, $104.
“I love using the lighter colours such as peach and sky blue for day, and the deeper ones such as grey for afterdark looks. Bonus: the eyeshadows are imprinted with gorgeous floral motifs inspired by the beautiful gardens of Christian Dior’s childhood home in Granville. So pretty.” – Charmaine
Cle de peau beaute luminizing face enhancer in #15, $140.
“Whenever my complexion looks dull or tired, I take a face brush, swirl it over the orange, peach and shimmery white hues in this highlighting palette, then apply to my face for an instant boost of radiance – it’s a fail-proof fix.” – Jaclyn