Marc Jacobs Just Revamped Your Eye Game

Already in love.

ByCaitlin M.

Makeup lovers often have their sweet spot. Some of us love lips, others are suckers for a killer contour. And still some love, love, love a hot smokey eye. If you fall into the latter category, listen up. Marc Jacobs Beauty just dropped two new products that are designed to up your eye game in every way.

Marc Jacobs Beauty Under(cover) Perfecting Coconut Eye Primer

First, any good eye look starts with a clean palette. The newest addition to their coconut line is the Under(cover) Perfecting Coconut Eye Primer. The creamy, lightweight primer contains coconut and velvet flower extracts to even out your lids and craft a smooth, crease-free canvas for your desired eye product. It boasts serious staying power and claims to lock in shadow color (and intensify it) for up to 12 hours all while keeping oil at bay so creasing is minimized.

As if that wasn't good enough. Marc also launched some of the most stunning eyeshadow palettes in town. Replacing their existing eyeshadow offerings are these six stunning new Eye-Conic Multi-Finish Eyeshadow Palettes. Each palette contains seven shades with four finishes that are inspired by the fabrics in MJ's fashions. Finishes include a velvet matte, shimmering satin, silk, and metallic lamé and can be used wet or dry to create a number of dazzling looks. Are you drooling yet?



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Curious about the palettes? Well, between all six of them, you've got just about every color covered. But if you're partial to some certain color ways there's a palette for you. Pink and peach lovers will love the vibrancy of ScandalustGlambition contains some basic neutrals as well as hardcore dark shades. Love violet? Provocouture is just the color pop you've been dreaming of. Frivoluxe might have the brightest grape hue we've seen, but it also has six other delicate mauve-toned shades. Smartorial is ideal for our dramatic makeup baes—did you see those blues and greens? And lastly, Edgitorial is an ideal mix of edgy neutrals and gem tones.

We're not ones to pick favorites, but we're craving the rouge tones of Scandalust. See it in swatch action below.



Which do you adore? Share with us your dream palette! And be sure to review your favorite Marc Jacobs Beauty product here