How to get the new Bobbi Brown Nude Drama palette in Australia

Stephanie Panecasio 20 September 2017 NEWS

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Been holding out for a new nude palette? Bobbi Brown is providing the goods.

It’s been a long time coming, but Bobbi Brown has finally launched a new eyeshadow palette and we are dying to get our hands on it. The brand new Nude Drama palette has hit the shelves in Sephora in America, and every time we see a new photo online we get more and more excited.

How to get the palette in Australia

Though the product is currently exclusive to Sephora in America, we’ve got the lowdown on how you can nab the palette here in Australia. I know we’re all holding out hope that it’ll appear on the Australian Bobbi Brown website sometime soon – don’t panic if you don’t see it there yet – but until then there’s always another way. Your best option is to use a freight forwarding service like ShopMate or MyUS to order from the US site and have it couriered here.

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What does the palette look like?

The palette itself features 12 gorgeously pigmented nude colours, and as someone who is always favouring neutral shades, I couldn’t be more excited. It has a mixture of metallic, matte, shimmer and sparkle shades, so it’ll be easy to take your look from daytime to something a bit more glamorous. The colours are earthy and sultry without being too much (is that even possible?) Bobbi Brown is well known for its high-quality products and this is definitely shaping up to be just as impressive. Stay tuned for more details.

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