answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
(new york, NY)
answered 4 months, 3 weeks 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, it does not
answered 5 months, 1 week ago
answered 5 months, 4 weeks ago
No, no instructions. But I'm sure if you search online you can find tutorials on what to do with the different colors.
answered 6 months ago
(Los Angeles, CA)