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Eyeshadow Palette

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Emilia Emilia WA Posts: 285
1 18 Jan 2012
Hey everyone!

I am looking for a CCF approved eyeshadow palette that has lots of bright colours.
I don't want to be buying individual colours. The more colours of the spectrum on it, the better.

Does anyone know of one?
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RaV3N RaV3N WA Posts: 2152
2 18 Jan 2012
I bought one from Target years ago - it openly said no animal testing. It only cost $20 too. So you could try there??
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Kirrilly Kirrilly VIC Posts: 2092
3 18 Jan 2012
http://faceofaustralia.com.au/products/eyes/opulent-eyes-baked-eyehadow-spring-collection-09.aspx

I found these, they look bright and I know FOC don't test on animals. The second palette is the most colourful, the one with all the golds is quite pretty, too.
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Emilia Emilia WA Posts: 285
4 18 Jan 2012
Kirrilly said:
http://faceofaustralia.com.au/products/eyes/opulent-eyes-baked-eyehadow-spring-collection-09.aspx

I found these, they look bright and I know FOC don't test on animals. The second palette is the most colourful, the one with all the golds is quite pretty, too.
Yeah, I have seen these before. Not entirely what I am looking for. The consistence of these is like cream. I am looking for powdered ones, hard set.
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bitchanca bitchanca VIC Posts: 117
5 18 Jan 2012
Urban Decay have a specific palette that's Vegan, I can't remember what the colours are though. They have heaps of palette's, I'm sure there's more than one that's vegan. Or you could hit up Inglot and make your own palette.

A cheaper option would be a Coastal Scents palette. http://www.coastalscents.com/makeup/palettes/eye-palettes.html. You can buy the same palettes from crushcosmetics.com.au (the palettes are just made by some other company and then brands put their names on it.) I don't own any but I've seen them all over YouTube and they seem to have pretty good pigmentation.
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Ronnie Ronnie QLD Posts: 205
6 18 Jan 2012
I just received an email today announcing Lime Crime's new eyeshadow palette launching in February 2012 - http://www.limecrimemakeup.com/categories/chinadoll/

It's a palette of 5 bright colours which are vegan & cruelty-free (as stated on their website).  I don't know how good the quality is as this is their first e/s palette.  I do however have all of their lipsticks & carousel lip glosses, eyeshadow primer (before I went vegie) & magic dust (loose eyeshadow powder) - I got all of these before I went vegie.  Some of their products are vegan & some aren't - hopefully they give ingredients on each individual product colour.  LC has said they're trying to replace beeswax with something else, I just don't know whether this has occurred yet.

I find them to be of a very high quality - (speaking as an ex-makeup artist).  The pigment is very dense so I don't tend to use much.  They do post to Australia as that's how I've purchased my products & I generally only have to wait 1.5-2weks to recieve my orders.

It's worth checking them out if you want a bright e/s pallette.
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Haaayyyllleeeyyy Haaayyyllleeeyyy VIC Posts: 41
7 19 Jan 2012
bitchanca said:
Or you could hit up Inglot and make your own palette.
I didn't know inglots products were animal safe?
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lividlotus lividlotus NSW Posts: 301
8 19 Jan 2012
bitchanca said:
You can buy the same palettes from crushcosmetics.com.au (the palettes are just made by some other company and then brands put their names on it.) I don't own any but I've seen them all over YouTube and they seem to have pretty good pigmentation.
Also from CrushCosmetics, I'd also want to point out Wet 'n Wild palettes which are a little cheaper but also have very good pigmentation payoff and are CCF!
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lyds lyds NSW Posts: 300
9 19 Jan 2012
bitchanca said:
You can buy the same palettes from crushcosmetics.com.au (the palettes are just made by some other company and then brands put their names on it.) I don't own any but I've seen them all over YouTube and they seem to have pretty good pigmentation.
crush cosmetics palette pigmentation is complete rubbish
i was sucked in because i wanted to try different colour blahblah
its rubbish don't waste your money !!!
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Beemo Beemo United States Posts: 1259
10 19 Jan 2012
I found this on eBay which is really cheap compared to the prices for all the other cruelty free eyeshadow I have seen:
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/URBAN-DECAY-VEGAN-EYESHADOW-PALETTE-EYE-SHADOW-IMPERFECT-FLAWED-/130631130195?pt=US_Makeup_Eyes&hash=item1e6a38dc53#ht_4843wt_1163

It's made by a company called 'Urban Decay'.

The same eyeshadow is also listed here on Peta's website, so if Peta is advertising it then you can rest assured that it is okay to use happy
http://www.peta.org/b/thepetafiles/archive/2011/03/02/win-it-wednesday-urban-decay-makeup.aspx

EDIT: Just type 'Urban Decay eyeshadow palettes' in eBay. They make lots of different palettes with more colours too.
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