Laura Geller 25 Shades of Baked

Powder, and Not Flour, Powers Laura Geller’s 25 Shades of Baked Holiday Eyeshadow Collection

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Laura Geller 25 Shades of Baked

What are your favorite baked goods?


Croissants, fresh French bread, cupcakes or sourdough? How about brick-oven pizza crust, blueberry muffins, bear claws or holiday eye palettes?

Wait — what was that last one?

Holiday eye palettes, like Laura Geller’s new 25 Shades of Baked Holiday Eyeshadow Collection, with its piping hot jewel-toned and neutral baked shadows.

The shimmery finishes should be perfect fits for holiday parties, and just think of all the looks you could do with 25 shades! 🙂

It’s on the menu now for $66 over at

Reservations not required.

Laura Geller 25 Shades of Baked

Laura Geller 25 Shades of Baked

Laura Geller 25 Shades of Baked

Laura Geller 25 Shades of Baked



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  1. Lauren says:

    I’ve never really worked with baked eye shadows before, so a set like this is a little intimidating! But, the colors do look beautiful!
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  2. hanna says:

    All the variety is nice.
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  3. Chris25 says:

    I’m happy to see they included some neutrals in this palette.
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  4. Sylvia says:

    A nice array of colours!

    Btw, my favourite baked goods are pastries and cupcakes. I also like carbs so any kind of breads haha.
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  5. Judith says:

    That’s a nice set, but I don’t like working with more than one baked shadow at the time or I find my looks to get a bit muddy.

  6. What an amazing palette of eye shadows.
    Marina(Makeup4all) recently posted … Bobbi Brown Old Hollywood Makeup Collection for Christmas 2013

  7. Dollie says:

    The colours are beautiful but they dont seem to be very pigmented. Are they?

  8. the baked eyeshadows I have tried requires a wet brush for best color pay off but they seem to work extremely well inpowder form as well.. beautiful shadess.. 🙂
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  9. Danielle says:

    Wow this looks amazing! Can I just say – I have an addiction to watching QVC, especially when they show all of the Christmas foods on Gourmet Holiday. I could watch that for hours.
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  10. gio says:

    So many pretty shades! Thanks for the swatches.
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  11. Amber says:

    What a gorgeous group of colors. I see so many that appeal! I love baked eye shadows for one reason, they can be used wet or dry. They make great eye liners too! As for baked goods, I’m grumpy about that right now so I won’t answer. I’ve been gluten free for years and suddenly I’m craving donuts and pastries. 🙁
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  12. Maria Therese says:

    Yuuuuuuuuuuuuumiii! Haven’t seen this brand here though..

  13. Claudia Davis says:

    How is LG’s quality compared with UD? Also, what is the difference between the regular UD shadows and baked shadows?

  14. Kate says:

    Thank you SO much for doing a post on this product. Love LG. What do you say about the Performance of this set? Long lasting and pigmented as well as some other comparable palettes like UD? XO

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