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The 10 Best Palettes Of 2019, According to Expert Makeup Artists

Makeup artists look back at the year's best makeup palette releases
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2019 was a great year for beauty products — we got to see the launches of everything from from a whole host of CBD skin care essentials, to some seriously seamless serum foundations. Of course, new makeup palettes are always particularly exciting, and big brands like Tarte, Pat McGrath, and Anastasia Beverly Hills delivered some options that were nothing short of amazing.

But, big names aside, it's safe to say that there were plenty of other stunning palettes that were among the year's finest. So, find the best of the best, we asked six expert makeup artists to share the go-to product they couldn't stop raving about in 2019. From metallics to mattes (and big brands to small), these were the ten best palettes of 2019, according to expert makeup artists.

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Charlotte Tilbury Starry Eyes to Hypnotise Eyeshadow Palette, $75
"This palette contains shades that will look good on any skin tone," says hair and makeup artist Jessica Lyness, destination wedding artist and owner of Beauty Asylum. "It's also great for someone who is looking to step up their look with extra diva sheen on the eye."

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"This is great for someone on-the-go," Lyness tells TotalBeauty. "It includes three neutral tones for an office-friendly day look, a darker shade and a high- shimmer color to transition into evening."

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"This quad palette of plush and pigmented colors include two eyeshadows, one blush, and one glitter gel that can be applied with your fingers," says beauty expert Nicole Williams, founder of 50DollarFaces.com. "I absolutely love these for when I want to use my fingertips to smooth on eyeshadow with some instant color payoff."

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Anastasia Beverly Hills Norvina Blockbuster Collection, $89
"This collection boasts 25 of the most highly-saturated pressed pigments, an eye primer, a true-matte black formula of liquid liner, and five shades of loose glitter (plus glitter adhesive)," says Williams. "These shadows allow you to create an unlimited amount of looks, and can also be used as a blush."

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BY COURTNEY LEIVA | DEC 31, 2019 | SHARES
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