Blackberry is an eye shadow quad that contains three universally flattering neutral tones building in intensity to accentuate the shape of your eyes. The final purple blackberry shade has a warm golden shimmer. Beautiful alone as a hint of berry or more dramatically applied for a strong smoked purple look.
Laguna comprises of two cool metalic eye shadows, a pale silver warmed and an earthy bronze tone alongside a pretty pale pink and a deep brown mixed with flecks of warm gold. Use this palette to build a gorgeous neutral eye shadow look with just a hint of shimmer.
Aspen All you need for a classic, dramatic smokey eye. Apply the crisp white shadow into the inner corner of the lid to open the eye and sweep it over the lid from lash to brow. Begin to blend the matt noir shadow from the outer corner to the centre letting the two shades blend to a smoke grey. Use your finger tip to gently press the shimmering silver into the centre of your eye lid for the illusion of a larger more awake eye. Finally for added drama pat the sparkling noir shade shadow into the corner and up into the crease for added shimmer and depth and if needed take an angled eyeshadow brush and place one of the darker shades across the water line for a soft eyeliner look.
Provence is everything you need for a gently smoked eye – a highlight, a neutral, a shimmer and a smoke. The neutral nude is the perfect base so sweep across the socket from lash to brow. Next take the cream shade and use as a highlighter under the brow and in the inner corner of your eye for a more wide awake look. To get smokey place a small dab of the shimmering charcoal into the outer corner of your eye and blend across the socket. To up the intensity,take the charcoal shade into the socket from the outer edge of your eye to mid-way across the lid and blend. Use an angled brush to also take it across the waterline for a gentle eyeline. Finally use your finger tip to pat the metallic silver shadow into the centre of your eye.
Use the lighter shades of i-shadow to highlight the inner corner of the eye and the brow bone or use all over the eye as a base shade. The medium and darker tones can be used to create a wide range of defining, shading or liner effects.
Apply the lightest colour to the brow bone and the mid-tones to centre area of the eyelid using the rounded applicator. Use the darker shades to define the lash line with the angled applicator, or apply to the crease of the lid and blend well.
– Ethylhexyl Palmitate
– Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride
– Magnesium Stearate
– Bis-Diglyceryl Polyacyladipate-2
– Lauryl Laurate
– Iodopropynyl Butylcarbamate
– MAY CONTAIN CI77491
– CI77492 CI77499
– CI77266 Cl77288
– Tin Oxide
– Polyester – 4