9 best glittery eye shadows for the holidays
Nothing quite says the holidays like a shimmery, glittery look. Whether it’s the glitter of a ribbon on a present or the glitter on a tree ornament, shimmery and bright looks are what the holidays are aesthetically defined by. So it makes sense to get a nice shimmery eye for that upcoming holiday gathering. Below are several of the best glitter eye shadows to make this holiday season a bright one.
If you want your eyes to reflect the silver bells of the holidays, this silver eye shadow is the perfect choice. It packs tons of shimmer and is even advertised to moisturize, while it lasts for hours.
This holiday collection pigment set has shimmery hues of silver, pink and plum.
This super affordable glitter trio is only 99 cents. It comes in holiday favorites of silver and gold. And it even has a red shade, that other Christmas glitter favorite.
If you’d like to rock a darker eye with a little bit of shimmer for the winter holidays, this mineral pigment is perfect. It’s a sultry dark plum color.
This golden shimmery powder can actually be used on the eyes and other parts of the face for a glittery glow. It’s the perfect multitasking product for the holidays.
This glittery palette combines some of the warmest shades imaginable. It boasts some gold shades, warm and glittery champagne and bronze, to name a few.
This is a good all-purpose glitter palette if you like your glitter on the more subtle side. It has a lot of muted grays, a subtle white and some general earth tones with a shimmer.
This palette of eye shadow has the most variety on the list. It has your glittery gold and silver, along with deep cherry, green, purple, pink and blue, to name a few glittery shades. Along with that are basic colorful eye shadows.
This is another palette for fans of shimmer. It has a wide range of colors, from “Night Rose” to “Ice Blue” to “Rose Purple.” It also has your more standard metallic shimmery shades like gold, copper and silver.
Michelle Lovrine Honeyager is a freelance writer living in Southeastern Wisconsin. You can find out more about her at https://www.clippings.me/michellelovrine.