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The New Eyeshadow Palettes That We're Loving This Fall

From striking metallics to deep, sultry hues, we pick out the best Fall eyeshadow palettes you'll want to use.
YSL Beaute Sexy Tomboy Couture Eyeshadow Palette, $112
YSL’s Global Beauty Director Tom Pecheux reinvents feminity by placing a twist on his once-safe twisted nude signature looks and producing darker, more seductive shades for F/W’19. This will be your go-to neutral palette for the season. Available from 8 August 2019. Dior 3 Couleurs Tri(O)blique Palette in #553 Earthy Canvas, $104
Inspired by the brand’s emblematic Dior Oblique print that can be widely spotted on its Book Totes and Saddles, the Tri(O)blique Palettes each contain a metallic, glitter, and matte velvet shadow. Wear them all together to create a couture-worthy smoky eye. Dior 3 Couleurs Tri(O)blique Palette in #053 Smoky Canvas, $104
This black and grey iteration of the palette makes for a great one to pull off the smudged-out-waterline look that’s been spotted on F/W’19 runways. Chanel Les 4 Ombres in #332 Noir Supreme, $94
Dark, plum shades are ubiquitous when Fall comes around. This little quadruplet-shadow palette consists of two medium tones to colour and contour, a deep shadow to intensify, and a light shade to highlight. Chanel Les 4 Ombres in #334 Modern Glamour, $94
The classic pairing of black and white never goes out of style, be it in sartorial choices or eye looks. Turn to this Chanel palette that includes both black and white shadows, as well as two shades of grey to act as perfect transition shades. Dior 5 Coleurs Palette in #977 Glorif-eye, $104
This fall, Dior’s Creative and Image Director of Dior Makeup Peter Philips draws inspiration from the modern visionary woman with his new ‘Power Look’ collection. Each palette features a combination of shadows that encourages free reign in creativity. This one pairs a sky blue with an urban combination of concrete grey, smoky purple, and mineral taupe. Available from 1 August 2019. Dior 5 Coleurs Palette in #517 Intensif-eye, $104
Following the same train of thought, Intensif-eye plays on a warmer harmony in the form of clashing raw tones like charcoal, burgundy, and bronze around a haughty yellow centre. Available from 1 August 2019. Smashbox Cover Shot Eye Palette in Punk, $42, Sephora
Create a range of wearable to rebellious looks with this purse-sized palette that is highly-pigmented and blendable. It’s got a mix of cool, grunge-inspired greys, warm mauves, nudes, and purples. We appreciate the inclusion of two bigger base shades, so you won’t run out of basics before you’ve used all the accent colours.