I recently added three new Dior eyeshadow palettes to my collection in Plum Tulle, Grand Bal, and Tutu. I have previously reviewed these in Nude Dress, Soft Cashmere, and New Look in a previous blog post which can be found here. Check out that post for more in depth review of the formula and wear of the shadows.
These three new palettes I picked up are all the same great quality as the ones that I already own. The wear time is the same all day wear, and overall application and pigmentation is consistent amongst the entire line, in my experience so far.
Plum Tulle contains shades in icy lavender, shimmery white, mauve satin, deep plum matte, and a shimmery purple.
These shades are so soft and sophisticated. I love these purple tones and also how well these shades go with shades in the Soft Cashmere Palette. I love the looks I get from this palette on its own or paired with others.
Grand Bal contains shades of golden taupe, shimmery ivory, gold, shimmery sand, and satin Smokey charcoal.
The shades in this palette remind me of old Hollywood glamour and the holidays wearing a beautiful bright red lip. These are golds that really look good on my neutral to cool skin tone, and I love using these with some of the other palettes as well. This dark smoky shade is amazing to smudge near the lash line as a liner. I just think this palette is very classy and glam.
Tutu contains shades of mauve nude, pink champagne, deep eggplant, shimmery lavender, and Rose mauve.
I feel like these shades are very romantic colors. And they actually don’t look too red or pink on my skin tone. It’s a beautiful cross between mauve shades and neutrals. For those that love to wear all neutral colors, this one is a way you could add a little bit more variation to your look, while still maintaining the neutral vibe. I really love this lavender shade, too.
I am loving these color stories and am also loving mixing and matching colors from all the Dior eyeshadow palettes I have to create endless looks.