This iridescent eye shadow is made of highly-pigmented pressed powder and comes in a variety of shades. It contains nylon powder, allowing it to be blended as desired. The result is intense and long-lasting. Since its diameter is the same as the powder blushes, it can be included in a custom-built palette.
Apply the powder to your eyelids using a brush or sponge applicator. Powder the eyelid before the application to help the eye shadow last longer, and blend the powder as desired. For a more sophisticated makeup, use 2 or 3 shadows and start with the lightest shade. For a luminous result, begin by powdering the eyelid with a very pale shadow that will serve as a base for the desired color. Pro tip: add some Star Powder for an iridescent effect or a more intense shine. On the eyelids : Apply the eyeshadow over a non-greasy makeup base using a brush or sponge applicator. Depending on the shape of the eye, apply clear and dark shades to structure and correct the eyelid's shape. To use two or three shades together, first apply the lighter shade, followed by the intermediate shade and finally the darker one, blending each shade with the next. For stable, radiant results, first powder the eyelid with a very light, matte or iridescent shadow. Certain shades can be used to correct the eyebrows or retrace the eyeliner line along the eyelashes. Add some Star Powder for an iridescent effect or a more intense shine. Add the Pure Pigments to intensify the colors. On the cheeks : Apply to cheeks with Blush Brush No. 24S or 25S. The powders are easier to blend on powdered skin. Create new shades by blending several powders together and add some Star Powder for an iridescent effect. If you find you have applied too much powder on your cheeks, tone down the color with a light veil of neutral-color Loose Powder. To improve and sculpt the contours of the face and cheekbones, apply light and dark shades to play with light and shadows.