Quality control – faulty pressing
All of the imperfections happened during production. None of the products have been used. All of the marks on the eyeshadows were done while removing them from the shadow press.
3 Timeless shades. The palest called Bone is a beautiful pale ivory shade with a slight sheen. Use this as a wash of colour over your lids up to the brow bone to brighten and refresh your eyes. It’s also the perfect base colour for a professional eye make-up look. The mid-tone shade Mushroom is one of those chameleon like shades which takes on its own individual shade to suit you. Simply brush it over the lid to the socket line, then blend it upwards and outwards to give your eyes a touch of subtle colour. The darkest shadow of the three is Bitter Chocolate especially chosen for its sheer texture. This means you can wear it as subtly or strongly as you want – just simply layer to the intensity of colour you want. This shade is also ideal for defining your socket line or lining your lashes.
3 steps to a NEW classic eye make-up
You can wear each of the eye colours alone or blend them together for a more sophisticated look.
1) Start by sweeping the Mushroom shade over your lids up to the socket and blend this upwards and outwards with the brush. When you look straight ahead this shade should appear just above your socket line.
2) Take the darkest shade Bitter Chocolate on the brush and make a C shape in the outer corners to open up your eyes. Then, blend this shade lightly along the socket line, so the colour fades away at the inner corners. Take a cotton bud and smudge Bitter Chocolate along your lower lashes. Again, graduating from dark in the outer corners to invisible in the inner corners.
3) Now apply Bone just under your brow bone.
Finish with Luxury Mascara.