Sephora’s March 2019 Eyeshadow Palette Arrivals Blend Easy Neutrals With Bold Shades
The imminent arrival of a fresh season is the perfect time to turn over a new leaf when it comes to your makeup looks. And if spring's swift approach approach has you considering a new beauty perspective, Sephora's March 2019 eyeshadow arrivals are the perfect products to snag so you can spruce up your makeup shelf. The latest drops deftly balance bold, unexpected shades with easy-to-wear neutrals you'll never tire of, so they're well worth adding to your cart next time you shop.
Every beauty buff eagerly awaits Sephora's monthly infusion of fresh arrivals, especially at the start of the next season when there's plenty of new trends to try. And now that the latest drops for March are landing at the beauty superstore, it's clear to see that they're leaning into one trend in particular. Nearly every new eyeshadow palette contains super colorful shades alongside classic neutrals you've come to love — which means they're the perfect picks for someone who's not totally sold on the super-bold eyeshadow look just yet, but still wants to take it for a spin.
Case in point, Too Faced's latest eye palette from the brand's Erika Jayne collab. The Pretty Mess Eyeshadow Palette, $42, combines shimmery, metallic shadows in daily-wear shades like cream, brown, and gold, with bolder matte and metallic hues of hot pink, copper, and rust. Ease into the bright-eyed look by blending the bolder colors with the more classic shades — the formulas were made for absolutely no fallout, so playing around with the pigmented shadows should be practically foolproof.
Similarly, Bobbi Brown's new $59 Molten Drama Eyeshadow Palette, and Aether Beauty's latest rose quartz and crystal-infused palette launches, $58, offer up sparkling neutral shades of cream, taupe, and caramel with exciting metallic and sparkle shadows in colors like berry pink, smokey purple, and bold blue. Super smooth and blendable, these shades are all ideal for layering, so you can create a look that's as eye-catching (or subtle) as you like.
But if you're ready to really go big and bold, invest in Viseart's newest Grande Pro Volume 2 Eyeshadow Palette, $175 at Sephora. It's packed with 30 richly pigmented shadows in a range of multi-dimensional shades, including a couple that allow you to recreate Kate Bosworth's current go-to eyeshadow look. More classic shades like a shimmery pale pink, champagne gold, and warm brown still make for easily wearable daily options, while the rest of the unconventional colors allow you to try out something new.
Below, see and shop the best new eyeshadow palettes that just arrived at Sephora — they're ready to convince you to get more creative with your makeup looks come spring.
Fans of popstar (and Bravo celeb) Erika Jayne will love this new collab with Too Faced, which features warm dusty roses, rusts, coppers, and golds, plus bold pink and purple shades in an array of matte, shimmer, and glitter textures.
This palette from Bobbi Brown comes ready to blend, thanks to pearlescent, duo-chrome shades that transform upon layering. Mix the neutrals with the bolder pink and purple shades for an eye-catching look.
Aether Beauty's newest palette of 12 clean shadows is infused with real rose quartz, with shimmer, matte, and duo-chrome shades that range from neutral peaches and browns to smoky grays and browns.
Snag six dazzling shades that are ready to be taken on the go with NARS' new palette — also available in two other dramatic six-shade sets.
Don't be afraid to go bolder with these clean beauty shadows in bright shades, which are infused with crystals to increase natural shimmer and shine.
Select this 30-shade palette for its range of easy-to-wear neutral shades and unexpected high-impact hues that can create just about any eye look.
Matte, shimmer, metallic, and satin finishes in soft, romantic, and sultry shades make this a surprisingly versatile palette.