Why is there an outline/label on seven of the shadows?
I just received the Shades of Nature Eye Shadow Palette. On the back of the box the palette comes in there is a diagram of where the shadows are, their color, and number. But around seven of the shadows is a black outline. Also, inside the palette, under the same seven shadows, there is their shade/color number but not under the rest of the shadows. Just wondering why the outline/label on those and not the others? Does it have a reason?
asked 2 years, 9 months ago
(La Jolla, CA)
on SHADES OF NATURE EYE SHADOW PALETTE
As far as I can tell, those shadows are highlighted because they are identical to actual Pantone colors, hence the numbers included with each highlighted color, as Pantone colors can be identified by numbers. I could be wrong, but since nobody else has replied, thought I would share my theory.
answered 2 years, 4 months ago
Pantone is known for standardized color palettes that make it possible to exactly match, or describe, a specific color to someone else. They also provide a "forecast" of colors for home interiors, fashion, etc. In other words, based on emerging popularity, these are the new colors hitting retail shelves and dress racks. Based on the description provided by Sephora the highlighted colors in the packaging are seven colors Pantone "forecast" as the "it"colors of this summer. Lucky you, this palette is GORGEOUS!
answered 2 years, 8 months ago