looks/suggestions from the experts w/these colors?
Sometimes on the Sephora palettes, I get a card or a booklet with information on ideas on how to use the palette. This did not come with one, but there are so many colors in the eye make up, though I am an experienced "make-up-er", I wasn't exactly sure where to start. They don't seem to have much of an arrangement, except that on 3 or 4 of the 5, the darkest/most pigmented color is in the upper left corner, and the lightest/least in the lower right. Is there somewhere online, or did someone pick up a pamphlet with some ideas specifically from this palette/color set?
asked 5 years ago
on Color Play - 5 in 1
If you go to Beauty Central on the Sephora website and click Get The Look, there are alot of different ideas that use the Color Play 5 in 1.
answered 4 years, 10 months ago
(Glen Allen, VA)
There's no "shoulds" with this palette. It's fun to play with. Don't feel confined by using just the shades in one palette, but mix and match as desired. It's nice to have so many shades to experiment with. I've had fun layering different shades together and combining blushes to create individualized shades for me.
Play with it and have fun.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
(ATLANTA LOOKS GREAT THIS TIME OF YEAR)
If you are experienced, it shouldn't be any trouble for you to figure this out on your own. Just take a light color over your whole lid or just the top, a medium one in the same hue, or in the color your wearing and for daytime put this in the crease, for night time use it to cover your lower lid. Then take a darker shade of the last color you picked and do your crease. With the right brush you can also line your lids with it.
The lightest shades goes on the entire lid. Then take the second to darkest color and using a skinny slanted eye liner brush apply eye shadow to the crease of your eye. Using a rounded eye shadow brush lend it all together. Then use the darkest color and apply to the outer corner of your eyes and along eyelashes and smudge it slightly.