Earlier this year, Swedish fragrance brand Byredo announced a new addition to its iconoclastic makeup collection, which was launched in Singapore not too long ago in mid-October 2020.
Now, that said new addition has finally arrived in Singapore – meet the 18-pan Prismic Eyeshadow Palette.
Spanning a rainbow of 18 high-definition shades from grunge to glamour in three different finishes, the new limited-edition palette is created in collaboration with British makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench.
“We want to approach colour as if people are actually going to wear it,” Ffrench explains in a press release. “There are so many palettes out there which look great on a shelf, or which are fun and exciting to open, but where you only end up using two shades. We wanted to make a palette that people will actually wear.”
Founder and creative director Ben Gorham adds, “There’s not much real in beauty. But Byredo doesn’t conform to a normal beauty ideal.” Judging from Byredo’s first few offerings in its debut makeup series, we definitely think nonconformist is the right word to describe the Prismic Eyeshadow Palette.
And as mask wear continues to be a permanent set-up in our daily routine, the new palette certainly couldn’t have arrived at a better time as makeup wearers are looking for ways to express themselves with bold and fun eye makeup.
Dedicated to celebrating individuality, the vibrant luxe palette is all about self-expression and liberating the pent-up DIY energy in you.
Much like Byredo’s previous makeup releases, the palette aims to disrupt the beauty world, provoking creativity and experimentation even in the most novice of makeup users.
There are no rules here with the Byredo Prismic Eyeshadow Palette, just take your pick from a sparkling copper red, an ethereal shimmering lilac or maybe even a soft matte navy and blend away.
Sound too out-there for you? Or is Byredo’s new Prismic Eyeshadow Palette just your right cup of tea?
The new limited-edition Byredo Prismic Eyeshadow Palette retails at S$152. It is available at the Byredo standalone boutique in Ngee Ann City and online at Escentials.