Glossier’s Monochrome Eyeshadows Are Y2K and Olivia Rodrigo Approved





Glossier has been on a role, launching a new lipstick, a bronzer, and a cult-favorite retinol, just in the past few months. But now get ready for the big winner: Glossier has just launched a refillable eyeshadow trios, aptly named Monochromes.

The shadows subtly debuted at the Met Gala this year, donning the eyes of Olivia Rodrigo and Naomi Osaka. There are ten shades available, ranging from glossy pinks, bronzey browns, true yellows, and olive shimmers that will go with every look imaginable. Each color comes with three finishes to choose from–matte, shimmer, and satin–so you can create the coolest monochromatic look known to man. After all, monochromatic looks are the newest, coolest trend. Matching your makeup to your purse? That’s a look I want to see. And the best part of the news eyeshadows, is that they’re refillable. When you run low on your shadows, or want to try a new color, you can keep the compact and simply replace the pigment.


The compact itself is a recyclable tin and houses a mirror that can be removed if needed. It’s perfectly palm-sized, which means it can fit in your stylish mini purse. If you want to up the ante, I recommend dabbing some creamy Glossier Lidstar on top, and finishing up with a swipe of Lash Slick. And just in case you aren’t sure if your look is working for you, on the compact mirror there’s a little Glossier reminder: “You look good.”

This content is created and maintained by a third party, and imported onto this page to help users provide their email addresses. You may be able to find more information about this and similar content at

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Kendrick Lamar Dedicates Powerful Glastonbury Finale to Women’s Rights Following Roe v. Wade Repeal
Amazon Is Having a Secret Sale on Designer Clothing Right Now
Drew Barrymore’s Genius Guide to On-the-Go Beauty | Beauty Secrets | Vogue
People Are Offering Their Homes to Those Seeking Abortions — Here’s Why That Can Be Harmful
Abortion Ruling May Put Same-Sex Marriage Rights In Jeopardy

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.