Can we just say - the amount of creativity, artistry, and graphically gorgeous looks you’ve all created with this palette fills our color-obsessed hearts with joy. We created this unconventional, all-matte rainbow palette to stir up imagination, encourage experimentation, and embrace color in our beauty regime. And all of that has happened X a million!
Keep scrolling to get inspired by the straight-up editorial, edgy experimental, drop-dead gorgeous artistry that you’ve all brought to life with the Joshua Tree Palette. We have how-to’s for some looks, but many are off-the-cuff creations made without a recipe.
The main moral of this color story: paint freely. Be inspired with no restrictions or rules!
It turns out the perfect pairing for a deep berry lip is a bright yellow lid! For real though, does this not make you almost gasp with joy? Oh, and we may be drawing on some moles with those darker shades now that we've seen this.
Matte with a touch of molten metallic. The perfect marriage for a seriously sultry, yet dramatic & graphic metallicized statement eye.
Image: gaotha_saoirse (She used The Joshua Tree Palette in Tumbleweed, Citrine, and Agave & The Summer Solstice Palette in Midsummer and Amber)
Like a magic forest nymph sprinkling her glitter dust along the leaves. Ok yes, random but we're all about a look that takes us away! P.S. try using the shade 'Mesquite' to draw on some freckles just like these.
Yes, that seriously flawless liner is created only with eyeshadow! All you need is a super-thin angled brush (and a lot of patience). And we're so here for that yellow shadow along the waterline!
HOW TO CREATE THIS LOOK
Yellow is the new gold! A surprisingly illuminating color on chocolate brown eyes. Try bringing the color down along your waterline for next-level impact.
We're all about a gorgeous mustard yellow. And paired with its summer sunset cousins, this feels warm, sumptuous, and gloriously golden.
While we love us some shimmer, there's nothing more sophisticated than a perfectly blended all-matte shadow look. Neutral shades with pops of inner-corner light create that kissed-by-the-sun, born-with-it lid look we're all going for.
Green and yellow may sound crazy but the result is serious can't-look-away editorial magic that we're definitely going to try at home.
This orange-pink combo is giving us all the summertime cocktails at sunset vibes. It's colorful and bright, yet completely doable for every day. And embrace using eyeshadow as eyeliner - whether classically black or bright and look-at-me.
Image: karina_motd - Karina's wearing the Joshua Tree Palette & Rose Quartz Crystal Gemstone Palette
Like the most glittering red ruby, this look feels both luxe and edgy. Try bringing your pink shadow shade down to your cheeks and the tip of your nose for an-all over ruby flush.
There's something so regal about a pop of purple on brown eyes. We love this elevated everyday eye look for showcasing the more sultry, sophisticated side of the palette.
Smoky eye done rainbow-style. Start with purple and paint with all the colors of the rainbow, blending and fading each shade into the next. Embrace mustard yellow as your new golden matte brow bone highlight.
An IG-worthy sunset over the sapphire-colored waters, this look feels like perfect summer nights right at the last sign of light. Pop a lighter shade in the center of the lid on any look for a dose of light-catching dimension.
A lid full of colors you've always been afraid to use! Doesn't this make you want to dip into those lesser-known hues for an at-home editorial beauty spread?
Rhian used all the shades but two to create this kaleidoscope of colors - how many can you use in one look while still looking perfectly put together?!
HOW TO CREATE THIS LOOK
This look is what we call a 'triadic color scheme' in color theory class - three colors evenly spaced along the color wheel that creates the perfect balance of contrast and harmony. If you haven't dived into color theory yourself, it's a great place to start when mixing shadows!
Vibrant bright colors blended and blended = a soft, pastel rainbow that's both artistic and romantic at the same time. If rainbow brite was under a soft glow filter!
Rounded corners and flawless rainbow blending make this look feel super unique and somehow futuristic.
Image: gaotha_saoirse (She used The Joshua Tree Palette in shades Citrine, Emberglow, Rosewood, Mesquite, and Wildflower)
Thanks to all of you for creating the most gorgeous, artistic, endlessly innovative looks with our palettes! Visit our blog to see looks from our Rose Quartz Crystal Gemstone Palette, our Amethyst Crystal Gemstone Palette, and our Summer Solstice Palette.
- Āether Beauty xo
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To celebrate this bundle (that’s only available for the month of September), we’re sharing our 14 favorite Summer Solstice looks created by all of you!