Get ready to take your eye makeup look to a whole new level this fall, thanks to an irresistible new palette from Borghese.


You probably know Borghese as an iconic beauty brand known for their famous masks and luxury skincare. This fall, however, the brand is sweeping the makeup field—in a way that you can’t help but stare at.

The brand new Eclissare palette includes a stunning spectrum of 12 eye shadows in colors that, unlike the usual palette, are absolutely ALL usable. The first look at this palette induced sheer awe at the beauty of the colors and the endless combinations that they can be used in. Some of the shades are matte, while some are more luminous and have a bit of a sparkle, perfect for layering and creating an array of looks to take you from day to night and beyond!

The 12 well palette will be sold for $55 starting this September—and mark your calendars, because these will be flying off the shelves!

To get you started with the palette, Borghese celebrity makeup artist Adora showed up how to re-create some of the sexiest eye makeup looks from this year’s Emmy’s using the gorgeous shades from Eclissare!

66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals

David Gabber /

Julia Louis-Dreyfus

Get the look: One of the nights best-dressed, Julia’s makeup was a winner. Her version of the smoky eye pulled from taupes and browns to complement her skintone. Adora likes Veil to lay a foundation for the eye and shimmery Wane in the crease. Line the bottom lid with Downfall the entire way around and the lower lashes only on the outside. ­­­­



66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - Arrivals

David Gabber /

Taylor Schilling

Get the look: This is a great opportunity to experiment with burnt shades of bronze like Impact and Muse, which are complementary on many skin tones. Start by sweeping on Ascend from the lash line to the brow bone sweep for your base. Next, apply Muse from the crease down to the outer lash line, sweeping up and out to elongate the shape of the eye. Carry this color beneath the lash line as well. Line the upper and lower lashes with Wane to complete the transformation.

Arielle Sidrane is the Associate Editor of Spa Week Daily.

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