I found a great tutorial for this product on YouTube.
answered 2 weeks, 5 days ago
It doesn't have instructions, but a good rule to go by is lighter colors on the brow bone (Pumpkin Coach, Ball Gown, Charming, and A Wish). However I would stay away from actaul color shadows (like Glass Slipper- It may be light, but it is still blue)
For lid: Pretty much any color you want (both light, medium, and dark; Colorful like Royal or neutral like Palace). A highlighting shade like Pumpkin Coach can act as a base all over your lid (and brow bone) before layering with another more typical lid color like Palace, Chateu, Drizella, Maiden, etc.
If you want a more smoky look, use darker colors like Rococo, Midnight and even Cinders on the lid (but be sure to blend a more neutral brown/taupe color like Kill Joy or Chateau into the crease and partly onto the lid to keep the look from appearing too harsh)
For Crease: Traditionally anything darker than the the lid color (unless you are doing a smoky look and have the darkest shade on the lid/ closest to the lash line). Think Jaq, Rococo, Midnight and Cinders as they are all darker than most of the other colors.
Example a look I like:
-Bow bone/ highlight: A Wish
Extra drama: Cinders smudged around the outter corner and slightly into the outter part of the crease with Rococo.
No, no instructions. But I'm sure if you search online you can find tutorials on what to do with the different colors.
answered 1 year ago
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