Top 4 Makeup Palettes for Fall

I know its only August but the need for summer to leave and for fall to come has been very real. Fall time is the peak for cranberry colored eye shadows and dark smoky eyes or the natural brown eye look with a bold lip. I have a large collection of fall themed palettes that can be used all year, but use mostly in this specific season. So here are my top 4 makeup palettes (of no specific price range) for fall.

Ps- these photos are taken of my current palettes so yes, they are dirty and covered in fall out but that just shows my love for them<3

# 1 Jaclyn Hill x Morphe Ring the Alarm Palette from the Vault Collection

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This palette offers the cranberry, orange, and brown shades that people use for their go too fall inspired looks. This retails for $15.00 and can be found at Morphe locations,, and at Ulta. Not only is this palette a great price but the formula of the shadows are amazing. The shimmers feel like butter and apply beautifully with your finger or a wet brush. The matte shadows blend great and overall the palette have a very nice color theme as do all the palettes from the vault collection. You have a great transition shade, a few good options for your crease shades, some gorgeous shimmers for the lid, and those deeper brown and burgundy shades to deepen the outer corner. This palette would create a beautiful look if you plan on heading out to a pumpkin patch.

#2 Jaclyn Hill x Morphe Armed and Gorgeous Palette from the Vault Collection

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This palette is from the same collection as the Ring the Alarm palette I had mentioned up above. It also retails for $15.00 and can be found at Morphe stores,, and at Ulta. The shades in this palette have just as amazing of a formula as the previous palette but something that constantly makes me reach for this palette during the fall is the bright yellow gold shade on the top row. This gold is absolutely stunning and is one of the most high-shine shadows I have every used. It catches light and brings attention to the look. The forest green color is also a beautiful shade and the pure white shimmer is perfect for your inner corner. This palette is perfect for a Thanksgiving makeup look or to pair with a cute burgundy top, black pants, and some brown boots.

#3 BH cosmetics x Sylvia Gani Palette

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I have mentioned this gorgeous $24.00 palette in a previous blog post I did and it definitely is one of my favorites. This palette offers a wide variety of shades that can be used for the fall time and shades that can be paired with others from different palettes. You can truly do so much with this palette and you get two very blinding highlight shades as well. The shades may not be fall specific but it has several different color themes so everybody can create their own fall inspired look.

#4 Anastasia Beverly Hills Modern Renaissance Palette

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This is an iconic palette from ABH cosmetics and is perfect for the fall time. It retails for $42.00 but it is a highly loved palette across the world. It has those very popular cranberry/ burgundy red shades along with the browns. The shadows have a very, very easy to blend formula and all ABH palettes come with a duel ended brush. One end is a packer brush and the other is a fluffy crease brush. The brush inside the palette is actually very nice. Besides the brush, I truly believe this palette should be in everyone’s collection. Those pigmented red colors may be intimidating at first but they can be as wearable or dramatic as you choose to make them and will eventually become a staple in your next fall look.

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