Watch Selena Gomez and Her Makeup Artist Hung Vanngo Try Her Brand New Eyeshadow Palettes

Photo Credit: Rare Beauty
In an exclusive video from, Selena Gomez and longtime makeup artist Hung Vanngo show us how Rare Beauty’s first eyeshadow palettes work. The duo took the pallets for a test drive in the video above and chatted with inspiration for the colors their previous red carpet looks refer to. "To me, I was just so inspired by the look you and I made together," she told Vanngo. "And so I picked this palette specifically for the moments that are my favorite. I thought it would be a great way to introduce eyeshadow, and all of those colors reflect that peach mood, and then of course with [the Confident Energy palette] . the beautiful blue and teal. "
After launching a 16-piece makeup collection in September, Selena Gomez 'Rare Beauty is back in time for the holidays with two new eyeshadow palettes. The palettes with bold jewel tones and everyday neutrals are cruelty free, vegan and suitable for sensitive skin. Each palette offers both a shimmering and a matt finish, depending on your holiday mood.
The Magnetic Spirit palette contains six metallic jewel and earth tones with deep colors like amethyst, light coral and dirty olives.
Photo Credit: The Magnetic Spirit Palette
In the Confident Energy palette you will find strong colors such as lime green, blue green and salmon in metallic and satin versions. The buildable formula can be worn as a pop of color or applied for more coverage.
Photo Credit: Rare Beauty
The Magnetic Spirit and Confident Energy eyeshadow palettes will be available tomorrow 10/9 at and

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