As a huge sucker for packaging I am all about some of these new NYX Palettes.
Have you seen the artwork on the new NYX Los Angeles and California Palettes?
If you haven't keep reading.
The artwork on the Los Angeles and California Palettes are by Los Angeles artist Hueman.
The Los Angeles Palette ($20) contains 10 shades that are inspired by LA.
Some of the inspiration comes from the Venice Beach Boardwalk, Sunset Strip, to the Paparazzi.
The California Palette ($20) draws its inspiration from aspects of California, such as Orange County, the redwoods of NorCal, to the Pacific Ocean, and the beaches.
Another new palette without any exciting artwork is called the Butt Naked Underneath It All Palette ($25).
This is the follow-up to the original Butt Naked Eyes and the Butt Naked Turn The Other Cheek Palettes.
The original Butt Naked Eyes Palette seemed to be more cool toned, the Butt Naked Turn The Other Cheek Palette was a warm neutral palette, and the new Butt Naked Underneath It All Palette is a warm toned palette.
It has the same set up as the previous two Butt Naked Palettes with 15 eyeshadows, 4 blushes, and 3 highlighters.
I think eventually I will need to pick up the California Palette as well as the Butt Naked Underneath It All Palette.
Which new palette or palettes from NYX do you need?