BlackCraft Cult Night Fiend Palette — $12.90

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Most people know BlackCraft Cult for their gothic clothing line and Baroque-style furniture, but they’ve recently branched out into cosmetics with their Night Fiend palette, featuring 12 grim, cool-toned shades that appropriately come in coffin-shaped pans.

Notoriously Morbid Cosmetics Renfield’s Palette — $40

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Themed after the asylum patient in Bram Stoker’s original gothic novel
Dracula, Renfield’s Palette is a gorgeous amalgamation of pressed multichrome shadows that would catch any vampire’s eye.

Strobe Cosmetics Creepy Cute Palette —$35

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The title of this palette pretty much says it all, but if you want to add a pop of pastels to go with your favorite black winged eyeliner, this palette can help you create both fun and frightening looks with its eight gorgeous shades.

Kylie Cosmetics Purple Palette — $42

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The Purple Palette by Kylie Cosmetics is one of the most solid formulas for purple eyeshadows out there. Makeup lovers know purple can be tricky to get right, but Kylie somehow mastered a palette of truly opaque shades.

Sugarpill Pro Palette — $20

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This is more of a “customize your own palette,” but we highly suggest taking a look at Sugarpill’s pressed shadows. Their true matte white, “Tako,” and matte black, “Bulletproof,” are cult favorites in the makeup world and absolute must-haves.

Apocalyptic Beauty Cosmetics “Vacations in Hell” Collection — $56

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OK, so technically this is loose pigment eyeshadows collection, but the goths in summer theme earns it a spot. “Eternal Torment Day Spa,” “Snorkeling with Cthulhu” and “Luau of the Damned” are just too fun to pass up. You’ll want to hurry on this purchase, though, as it’s only available through Sept. 1.