Smashbox sure knows the way to a makeup lover’s heart – palettes. Back in 2016, the beauty brand launched seven purse-sized palettes with actress Shay Mitchell, as part of their eyeshadow line called Cover Shot. Now, they're at it again, this time with Jasmine Sanders (better known as @Golden_Barbie on Instagram) to launch seven—yes, seven—brand new shades you’ll want to add to your beauty arsenal.
Like the previous collab with the Pretty Little Liars star, the miniature palettes each include six highly-pigmented shadows, along with two base colors that can also be used a highlight. Of course, the different hues come in the iconic compact packaging, perfect for all those summer travels. Get ready to get wowed as you feast your eyes on the seven new amazing color themes available.
Thanks to the grays, warm mauves, and nudes, you get basically every shade one could possibly need to create rocking looks.
Pink + Palm
Smashbox knows what’s up when it comes to making a statement. Inspired by L.A. sunsets, this high-pigment palette contains a hint of mint and glitter-packed pinks to give your eyes a pop of color.
If you hate mattes, this is the perfect palette for you! Get ready to shine with these jewel-toned glittery shadows that will give you that extra sparkle you need.
Formulated with their signature creamy powder, these shadow glide seamlessly on the lid to reveal a gorgeous metallic finish.
A gorgeous mix of mattes and shimmers that please beauty junkies and neutral lovers alike.
Rose gold is going nowhere! For the lover of softer and more romantic looks, the Petal Metal palette is coming to become one of your favorites.
Thankfully, you won't have to wait to add these bite-size palettes to your collection. The new shades are now available at Sephora, Ulta, and Smashbox.com for $29 each. For a limited time, Smashbox is offering customers who purchase any Cover Shot eye palette on their website a free full-sized liner and mini mascara by using the promo code "COVERSHOT". Shop away, ladies!
Are you excited to snag Smashbox’s new Cover Shot palettes? Is it a must-have for you? Share your thoughts below!