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Sephora Colorful Artist Palette Warm




Another review of new makeup that I bought! I bought this palette because most of the eye palettes and shadows that I have are cool colors and I needed to purchase a warm color palette to enhance my makeup collection/kit.

After browsing Sephora's website,(http://www.Sephora.com) I decided to buy this palette. It's the Limited Edition Sephora Colorful Artist Palette Warm. The value is $51 but it's priced at $32. The shadows are dime-sized but will still go a long way. I have not tried the colors yet because I just received it today in the mail but already I can tell the colors are not that highly pigmented meaning that the color payoff will not be as intense as I normally like my eye shadow. But have no fear because they are ways to getting around this. I will most likey have to use a white base as my primer on my entire eye area from lash line to brow bone. A white base on the eyes makes lighter colors or even dull colors POP! The result is the color is more vibrant and pigmented. A good white eye base is NYX Jumbo Eye pencil in Milk. It can be purchased at beauty supply stores and Ebay. The price should be no more than $5. You can also use water to make the color more vibrant. Just add water to your makeup brush first and add the shadow to the brush and then apply the color to your eye and you should be able to see an immediate difference in the color vibrancy.

I do recommend this kit for anyone because it gives you 15 colors to play with in matte to shimmer finishes. It's small enough to fit in your purse and the colors are very beautiful and all the colors will look good on anyone and because the colors don't offer a lot of vibrancy- if you happen to make a mistake in applying the shadow most likely no one will be able to tell :)

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