Benefit Eye Wanna! and Eye Gotta! palettes

Benefit, Eye GottaBenefit has two pretty new palettes out at Sephora: Eye Wanna! and Eye Gotta! One option is warm and the other is cool, but both eye palettes include two mini Creaseless Creams (potted shadow/liners) and three powder eyeshadows (plus instructions on how to wear them) for $36.

The palettes were designed by (and named after) Benefit artists Annie and Maggie Ford Danielson, daughters of Jean Ford — who, with her sister Jane, founded Benefit. And this isn’t the first time Annie and Maggie have created a pair of palettes (click here to revisit last year’s Sunday Funday and Scene Queen). I had previously thought Maggie must be warm and Annie must be cool (because that’s how the last set of palettes were designed); but they switched color families this year.
Benefit, Eye Wanna, Eye Gotta, swatches, Annie, Maggie, Static, Airbrush, Skyline, Inked, Deco, Foiled, Flash, Spiced, Purple Haze, Canopy, Creaseless Cream, KarlaSugar, Karla Sugar
Because the Creaseless Creams can be used either as shadow or liner, I swatched them both ways: blended out with my fingers, and heavily with a disposable lipgloss applicator. All four of these are light shimmery/metallic colors, so I’d probably be more likely to use them as shadow.

Static Creaseless Cream is a super pretty, iridescent cool silver. Airbrush Creaseless Cream is a satin/frosty pink-white (it reminded me of the frosting on a wedding cake). This pot was slightly dried out — an abused tester, perhaps, which did slightly affect the way it swatched. Skyline is a periwinkle/Cinderella’s-dress-blue satin. Inked is denim-blue satin. Deco is an orchid (the flower), rose-violet (the colors) satin.

Foiled Creaseless Cream is a shimmery/sparkly silver-lilac (you can see a few gold sparkles when you sheer it out). Flash Creaseless Cream is a pale yellow, sparkly buttercup-gold. Spiced is a warm, golden, nutmeg-brown shimmer. Purple Haze is violet with tiny, subtle, gold shimmer. Canopy is a beautiful olived green with gold shimmer.

Both Eye Wanna! and Eye Gotta! are available at Sephora, but they are limited edition.

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2 Responses to “Benefit Eye Wanna! and Eye Gotta! palettes”

  • Maribeth says:

    Oh boy; I want both of these. I’m lucky to be able to wear both warm and cool; I was leaning towards Eye Wanna but I love the silvery creaseless in Eye Gotta. I have to get to Sephora before they sell out….me bad!

  • Josie says:

    You always have the best swatches and officially sold me! Need those cream shadows ASAP!

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