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Festival Make Up Palettes

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With one of the biggest festivals of 2015 right around the corner, today I am bringing you the best festival eyeshadow palettes you need to create that amazing festival look. You may be in need of some fresh and funky eye makeup ideas. If you've always wanted to try an out there makeup look but never had the venue or nerve to do so, it's time to be your festively 
fun self! With brightly pigmented shadows, glitter and boldly hued liners, you'll be able to 
create almost anything, including a subtly tribal look or a mouthwatering ice cream inspired eye. Here are rocking eye makeup looks created by talented bloggers and makeup 
artists, and the palettes you need to do these.












So what do you need to do these you ask. I am giving you some fab budget options as you don't need to spend a fortune on these products. 

First up is the W7 Neon Nights Palette. I love this palette, i am not into bright make up but i have been experimenting and i now do a neutral eye, liner and i line under my bottom lashes with a bright colour. I have used the purple, green and red from this palette. This palette has a lovely range of colours and all are super pigmented to create amazing bright looks. It retails at €9.95 and is available from W7, Simply Foxy, Sam McCauleys, or Pulse Accessories.



Next up we have the Sleek Ultra Matte Bright in V1, i recently got this palette and I have used it alot more than i thought I would. The colours in this palette are fab and there is a colour combo to suit every eye colour in this. To recreate the festival looks above this palette will definetly get you on the right road. Retailing at €9.99 these are available from Waterford Health Park, Castle Pharmacy, Boots.ie and selected boots stores.


Next we have the Wet N Wild Limited Edition Venice Beach Collection which features 3 palettes with bright colours. High flying colours, Boardwalk boozing and Hemporary Solutions are the new palettes. These look fab. They retail at around 5 euro and can be got in Penneys, Dunnes , Conefreys Pharmacy, and selected pharmacies. 



Lastly is the Urban Decay Electric Palette which was the No1 palette until the 3 above came along. Again this features 10 bright colours, but if were unsure as to how to wear them then the €46 euro pricetag would have thrown you off. The colours in the palette and lovely and velvety to apply and the pigmentation is excellent. If you are after a top end palette then this is it to recreate the festival looks above. Available in Debenhams or from Urban Decay direct. 



If you are off to Electric Picnic, have a ball and make sure to send me some of your recreations! 




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