Aether Beauty Summer Solstice Palette

Summer Solistice palette

Citrine – Light Sand shimmer, infused with topaz

New Moon  – Sandstone matte, infused with topaz

Sol –Apricot matte, infused with infused with amber

Solar Eclipse – Peach metallic, infused with topaz

Ruby – Pink Ginger metallic, infused with ruby

Amber – Golden metallic, infused with amber

Midsummer – Golden Saddle Brown satin infused with amber

Solstice – Pink Quartz to Golden Brown duo-chrome, infused with amber

Balance – Sienna matte, infused with  amber

Energy– Rust metallic, infused with amber

Intrinsic – Red Brown metallic, infused wit ruby

Sistere – Milk Chocolate matte, infused with ruby

If you’ve been reading my blog you have noticed that I am a huge fan of Aether Beauty. They are an innovative clean and green makeup company with exceptional products. There are no mirrors or magnets in any of the palettes to create packaging that is 100% recyclable when the product is gone. They are EU compliant therefore free of 1,328 chemicals that potentially have endocrine disrupting or carcinogenic effects. They use ethically sourced gemstones for natural shimmer! The company’s products are also vegan and cruelty-free.

For my makeup application I used New Moon as my transition color, Sistere for my crease, Ruby on the inner half of my lids, Solstice on the outer half of my lids, Intrinsic to line my lower lashline and Citrine as my highlight under my brows and on the inner corners of my eyes. These are all from Aether’s Summer Solistice Palette a warm peachy toned eyeshadow palette.

I also lightly lined my upper lashline with the liquid liner from Tarte Tarteist Double Take in brown and am wearing 2 coats of Fitglow Beauty mascara on my top lashes only.

Aether Beauty also has 3 other eyeshadow palettes; Rose Quartz, Amethyst and the Crystal Grid Gemstone Palette (apparently being discontinued but found on Petit Vour) as well as a Joshua Tree palette (coming soon). They also make Lip Cremes (read my review here) and Supernova Diamond Highlighters.

For more on clean makeup read my post Clean Makeup and keep an eye out for more clean makeup reviews and healthy skin advice! Thanks for reading!

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