Ere Perez chamomile eyeshadow palettes review

Ere Perez eyeshadow palettes

I don’t wear a lot of eyeshadow generally, but in the winter months it is nice to play with colour a bit more. Ere Perez is a brand I like lot in terms of their make up offering, I have raved about the Carrot colour pots great multi-taskers for lips and cheeks, but today I have my first impressions and swatches of the Ere Perez Chamomile eyeshadow palettes.

Firstly if you looking for bright colours, you generally won’t find those here. The Ere Perez chamomile eye palettes are a mix of matte and shimmer shades in nice earthy tones. The palettes are refillable and come with instructions on how to swap out individual shades, however the refills in the form of the single colours don’t seem to available everywhere yet.

Each palette has six complimentary shades and there are several different palettes to choose from. I have Pretty and lovely to show you today, which both have a nice variety of tones and finishes. I use the Lavera eyeshadow primer* with my eyeshadows, it is the best natural branded primer that I have found to help keep shadows from creasing, although thanks to the fact that I have hooded eyes I have accepted that my eyeshadow doesn’t tend to stay pristine no matter what I do.

All the eyeshadows are talc free and vegan. In terms of pigment, some shades pack much more of a punch than others, but I did feel they could be built up and were easy to blend. As I have more of a chance to experiment with the colours I will update on my favourites and least used. Both palettes have colours that work well as a quick wash of colour all over the lid and darker colours that can be used to add intensity or as a liner. My most used so far is the Lovely palette, as it has a lovely taupe colour that is great for all over the lid.

Ere Perez Eyeshadow Palette Lovely* and Pretty* – £26.50 each

So far I have been very happy with the Ere Perez chamomile eyeshadow palettes and they have some lovely neutral shades to play with. Something I think would improve them, would be to have the shade names on the back of the palette, as it currently isn’t obvious what the colours are which might make finding the right shade to refill the palette a problem. The palettes are sturdy and nice to travel with as they have a generous mirror. You can find them at Love Lula who offer free international shipping.

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Ana Green

Written by Ana – A beauty industry professional who is passionate about product and helping people navigate the marketing hype in the beauty industry.