Get Dripped In Glam With The New Milani Gilded Rouge Eye Palettes | Clozette

Cult beauty brand Milani Cosmetics is coming out with an all-new, limited collection that will have all eyes on you: the Gilded Rouge Eye Palettes. We got dibs on seeing them first in a private event last 3 September in Ash & Elm at the Intercontinental Hotel, and we're excited to share what we learned! Read on to get to know the two eyeshadow palettes and three eye-and-face palettes that will help you get dripping in glam.

Milani Gilded Rogue Palettes Launch Event

Left: Milani's Beno Lim (@benolim) creates a full face of makeup on Clozette's Sabrina Wong using the Gilded Ember Eye and Face Palette.

For a night out in town

Gilded Noir Eyeshadow Palette

The Gilded Noir Eyeshadow Palette, SGD43.40

The Gilded Noir Eyeshadow Palette is perfect for the sultry lady with its noir-inspired pigments. Specially created for perfecting your night-time glam, this palette features highly pigmented metallic shades that brightly sparkle even in low lighting. With its matte black eyeshadow, you can create a sultry, smokey eye that's perfect for going to a club or an evening gala.

Gilded Rouge Eyeshadow Palette

The Gilded Rouge Eyeshadow Palette, SGD43.40

The Gilded Rouge Eyeshadow Palette also has a lovely selection of foils and shimmers. The brighter shades in this palette are perfect for creating looks to wear to cocktail parties and weddings. It's also the ideal palette to have when coming up with glam looks for a date night with your significant other.

For a day out

Gilded Ember Eye and Face Palette

The Gilded Ember Eye and Face Palette, SGD43.40

Inspired by the 2019 PANTONE© Colour of the Year, Living Coral, Milani’s Gilded Ember Eye and Face Palette hosts a total of nine burnt red tones, soft matte pinks, and highly saturated metallic shades. This warm-toned palette is versatile enough to create both day and night looks with its diverse range of shadows and textures.

Gilded Violet Eye and Face Palette

The Gilded Violet Eye and Face Palette, SGD 43.40

The Gilded Violet Eye and Face Palette was inspired by Ultra Violet, the 2018 PANTONE© Colour of the Year. It has a great combination of cool-toned purple hues and neutrals, perfect for an everyday chic makeup look or a subtle smokey eye for a dinner date.

For a makeup statement-maker

Gilded Jade Eye and Face Palette

The Gilded Jade Eye and Face Palette, SGD43.40

Lastly, the Gilded Jade Eye and Face Palette has the most daring colours in its package. Featuring bold greens and blues, this palette is not for the faint of heart. Packed with earth-toned browns, this palette asks you to commit to a bold eye look with its pigmented shadows. All three eye and face palettes come with two pearlescent highlighters that will perfectly complement any look.

Milani Muse Search

For the launch of this collection in Singapore, Milani also held a search for the new faces of their brand in Singapore. The search for the new Milani Muse ended last Sunday and the four winners will be announced on 13 September 2019. 

Meanwhile, you can already get your hands on each palette in their pop-up at Watsons Bugis Junction for the whole month of September. But don't fret if you can't make it there. Keep an eye out for the palettes in selected Watsons stores starting 10 October 2019.



There always comes a point in our life when we become completely bored with our looks. If trying out new clothing styles or new makeup trends isn’t doing the trick anymore, why don’t you try switching up your locks? Warm colours are back this season, so aside from just going for a simple chop, go ahead and paint your strands as well. Let these snaps from the Clozette Community be your hairstyle inspirations for your next makeover.

Berry ombre

Hairstyle inspirations for red and pink ombre
(Photo from: sophleow)

Fiercely red

Red hair
Red hair
Red hair
(Photo from: tellemaywhy)

Ashy brown

Ash brown-coloured hair
(Photo from: penmyblog)

Subtle mermaid

Mermaid hair colour
(Photo from: Guesswai)

Wavy balayage

Balayage hair
Balayage hair
(Photo from: Jaxlyx)

(Cover photo from: Guesswai)

Next, check out how you can style fall’s rustic hues.



End your Monday with a bang by scrolling through today's hottest news. From BTS' label looking for new female idols to James Charles causing yet another drama in the beauty community, we have all the tea ready to be spilt in today's Insider Roundup. 

BTS' label in search of new female idols

Dreaming of becoming an idol and possibly working alongside BTS? Now might be your chance. The K-pop boy group's label Big Hit Entertainment just announced auditions for their next girl group, to debut in 2021. Structuring a multi-label approach to debuting more international hit-makers, Big Hit is opening their doors to aspiring idols in over 16 cities, from Hanoi to Tokyo to even Los Angeles and New York starting this October.

YouTube launches a fashion-centric section on the platform

Known as the hub of many beauty gurus, YouTube decides to widen its horizon and open a Fashion Vertical to better organise content under the style category. This is in line with the growth of fashion influencers, channels, and even brands sharing content on the video-sharing platform, with statistics going up to billions of views. This is said to also open opportunities for YouTube to 'pull an Instagram' and maybe introduce a shop-as-you-watch feature in the future. 

Hillary Duff launches makeup collection with Nudestix

Following the recent announcement of Hillary Duff reprising her role as a grown-up Lizzie Mcguire is another surprise for her fans: she's also launching a makeup collection. In collaboration with Nudestix, Hillary dropped Daydreamer, a limited-edition kit with 'ethereal custom shades to remind us to never stop dreaming', last weekend. The collection comprises of six multi-sticks, a sharpener, and a holographic makeup bag with the word 'Daydreamer' on it and is said to be cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. 

James Charles accused Wet n Wild of copying his palette

It seems like drama is still not over for the beauty guru community in the U.S. as James Charles accused Wet n Wild of copying his palette made in collaboration with Morphe. The issue initially started with Wet n Wild posting about their '40 Palette' on Twitter during RuPaul's DragCon, where fans of Charles were quick to point out the similarities between the two palettes. The makeup brand replied to one of the tweets saying, "We certainly didn't copy the price," which was viewed by many as an admittance of copying.

James then reacted saying that while he nor Morphe owns the exact colours in his palette, a line was crossed when Wet n Wild copied even the layout "without even trying to hide it." The beauty community has gone divided over the issue, with some saying that dupes have always been existent in the industry and others claiming that boundaries still have to be set. What's your take?

(Cover photo from: @bts.bighitofficial)

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