From desert days bathed in sun rays, to desert nights filled with starlight, the Desert Sunset Palette has a moment and vibe for every season of life.
With 24k golden metallics, sandy summer tones, bronzey brown moments, and a pop of bright coral, the pairings are endless and the vibe is warm, desert magic any way you wear it. Infused with citrine, you'll be bathed in cyrstalline light and attracting all the abundance that is your right. Keep scrolling for our fave looks created with our newest 10-shade palette!
All That Glitters is Gold
Dip into those warm bronzey tones for an ethereal desert sunset vibe. Embrace the crystal-infused mattes, metallics, and a dose of glimmer for a multidimensional eye look that's just pure magic. Top with literal crystals for a disco in the desert vibe we all need in our lives.
Give us all the warm smoky eye vibes and a little heart stamp for extra love. Dip into the golds and siennas and top with a dusting of Desert Coral for a sultry summer lid that feels romantic yet runway. Finish with The Big Bang Mascara on top and bottom lashes to amp up the drama.
A shimmering celebration of our fave, extremely #extra shade in the palette - Desert Coral. Go all way and take it from brow to lower lash line for a statement eye that's anything but ordinary. Let go of the worries that the color's 'too much' - wear whatever brings you joy, and be the ultra-bright light.
Smoke It Out
The smokier, deeply dramatic side of our Desert Sunset Palette! Embrace those richly pigmented dark tones in the crease, outer corner and lower lash line, and pop Twilight in the center of your lid to bring in the light. Deepen and define your crease with a golden-bronze hue of your choice for a traditional smokey eye gone golden at the edges.
Red Is Your Friend
A celebration of coral shimmer by Clean Beauty Guru and celebrity MUA, Katey Denno! We LOVE this shade against her signature red locks!
GET THE LOOK:
- Apply Golden Hour all over the lid.
- Blend Sunset into the crease, blending upwards and outwards.
- Use Mesquite to create a winged liner - use dry for subtle definition or wet for a deeply saturated line.
- Apply Desert Coral in the crease.