Beauty Bay Going Out Out Palette Review
I’m a big fan of the Beauty Bay palettes so, during Black Friday, when I saw the Beauty Bay Going Out Out Palette was half price I snatched it up!
A limited-edition forty-two-colour eyeshadow palette for creating bold and daring party looks.
A kaleidoscope of colour, the Going Out Out 42 Colour Eyeshadow Palette features four classic mattes, thirty-three eye-catching metallics and five duochrome chameleon toppers that will instantly transform and enhance your look. Featuring a highly-pigmented formula with minimal fallout, this party-proof palette is perfect for when you’re not just going out, you’re going out out.
- £21 full price
- 42 shades
- 4 mattes
- 33 metallics
- 5 duo-chrome
- Access All Areas – Off white matte
- On The Rocks – Pale lilac duo-chrome
- Plus One – Pale gold duo-chrome
- Remix – Periwinkle duo-chrome
- Glowstick – Light green duo-chrome
- Confetti – Baby pink duo-chrome
- Feel The Bass – Taupe matte
- Glitterbomb – Dark gold metallic
- Bubbles – Light pink metallic
- Front Row – Dusty pink metallic
- 5am – Rose gold metallic
- DJ Set – Purple-pink metallic
- Free Shot – Bronzed brown metallic
- BYOB – Deep cranberry metallic
- Garden Party – Sage green metallic
- What A Tune – Teal metallic
- Electric – Bright blue metallic
- Nightlife – Purple-blue metallic
- Rave – Heather metallic
- Dance Off – Iris metallic
- Main Stage – Fuchsia metallic
- Spotlight – Dusty gold metallic
- Friday Feels – Rosy copper metallic
- VIP – Gold metallic
- Encore – Light copper metallic
- One Night Only – Yellow gold metallic
- RSVP – Deep bronze metallic
- Guest List – Deep gold metallic
- Playlist – Copper metallic
- Get Ready At Mine – Walnut bronze metallic
- Dusk Til Dawn – Tawny bronze metallic
- Firework – Deep orange metallic
- Early Flirt – Brown metallic
- House Party – Dark brown metallic
- Midnight Snack – Pebble grey metallic
- Pre Drinks – Matte brown
- Discotheque – Smoky silver metallic
- Fairy Lights – Silver metallic
- Dancefloor – Dark grey metallic
- After Party – Charcoal metallic
- Call A Cab – Coffee metallic
- Hangover – Matte black
Obviously this is a very large palette, I mean it does contain a staggering 42 shades inside! Cased in a sturdy and recyclable black cardboard with a speckled pink design on the front and the name of the palette, Going Out Out in the centre in a neon sign style. I think the design of this palette’s packaging is really cool and definitely encapsulates going out out.
Inside we are blessed with a very large, good quality mirror and the names under each shade which is something I always appreciate. For the very affordable price of £21, although I managed to get it for £10.50 which is an absolute steal, it looks and feels like a great quality palette.
Having owned two Beauty Bay palettes, the EYN Bright 42 Colour Palette and the EYN Berry 9 Colour Eyeshadow Palette, I had high expectations. The shades are all so beautiful and I love that it has 5 duo-chrome toppers as that’s not really a common thing in the palettes I own. It’s a really versatile palette that can take you from day-to-night. Immediately I was drawn to the vibrant blue, pink and gold shades.
The shadows are all extremely buttery, super pigmented and apply really easily to the eyes. It’s a perfect palette for people who are just starting out in makeup. With the neutral and bright shades, there’s a lot to play around with! I can honestly say there’s not a single shade in this palette that I wouldn’t use. I also don’t experience any fallout with these Beauty Bay palettes which is always a nice bonus.
As always I’ve created 3 different looks using only the Beauty Bay Going Out Out Palette to give you all an idea of the versatility and what looks you can create.
For the first look, I started by applying the jet black shade, Hangover, to my outer corners. Then I used Main Stage on the centre of my lid and blended this into the black shade. Lastly, I used Confetti for my inner corner highlight.
For my second look, I started with Pre Drinks as my transition shade. Then I cut the crease with concealer and applied One Night Only on the centre of my lid, leaving a gap between this shade and the cut crease. I then blended One Night Only into the shade House Party for my outer corner. In the negative space, I used the shade Bubbles for a silver, shimmer liner effect.
For my third and final look, I started with Pre Drinks for my outer corner and transition shade. Then, I used Electric on the outer corner of my lid and toward the centre. Next, I used What A Tune in the centre of the lid and Garden Party in the inner corners. For a blinding inner corner highlight, I used the shade Glow Stick.
Just as I suspected the Beauty Bay Going Out Out palette did not disappoint! The wide range of shades gave me plenty of options for a huge variety of looks. It was easy to use and apply, the shades all blended well together and were amazingly pigmented. Honestly, these Beauty Bay palettes aren’t raved about enough in my opinion!
If you haven’t tried a Beauty Bay palette yet then what are you waiting for?! I could not recommend them enough. They’re incredible quality that won’t break the bank and will give you a look for every occasion.
I can’t wait to see what other products Beauty Bay will be releasing this year. I’m dying to get my hands on one of their highlighter palettes!
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