No Go To Eyeshadow Pallets 😳

You whole heartedly read that correctly! Reasons why I don't have a go to pallet, more than a few. Some personal experience, some just a theory I may have, and others well idk maybe learned 🀷🏻‍♀️  
Let's get started -

Personal : First of all I'm with my kids all day. Literally, all day even more so now it seems (Thanks 'Rona). So unless my dishwasher or washer machine is paying for these pallets my little girls could careless. My husband doesn't mind it either or. Will I, on occasion wear some? Of course. But to be real it's normally neutral colors that come in my contour pallet. Basic? Maybe. Second - I follow a mom blog and long story short, she went to take a picture with her pre-teen daughter and her daughter automatically asked for "the filters that make her pretty". I have 3 (yup, 3 girls) and wearing no makeup and calling myself pretty everyday while doing so with them, they need to learn from home a filter doesn't make you anymore or any less pretty. 

Other Reasons: 

I wear glasses, I have a bunch of them. I realized I would do a "look" with shadow, throw on a pair of glasses I felt matched my outfit or went well with my hair and I sh*t you not, most of the time my frames blocked out my "look" so ehh. 

I wear contacts, yup I wear both. Anyways the FALL OUT of all eyeshadow- be it right when I put it on or throughout the day would become just a nuisance to deal with when also wearing contacts. So hygiene trumps looks and I faded away from shadows. It can't be good for your eyes no πŸ‘πŸ½matter πŸ‘πŸ½the brand. 

So mi gente there you go. My reasons I don't have a go to pallet  


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  • Maggie

    I don't have one either! I don't wear a lot of eyeshadow but got really interested in it with all the internet hype. I tried a few things but ultimately found some elf cream eyeshadow products that are the best - I just swipe it on and dab dab dab it out, not too pigmented (I know everyone wants that but not me!) and foolproof enough for me to put on without wearing my glasses. To each her own!