SMOKE & MIRRORS Eye Colour Collection
A limited, well-curated collection of brilliant shades which come together to achieve an alluring and unforgettable crucible of color. The five shades can be applied independently but are designed to be worn together in gossamer layers to create a subtle but stunning contrast with the human eye.
The shades from left to right:
- CRISTAL: a translucent golden beige color as a canvas from lash to brow.
- MÉTALLIQUE: a stunning champagne taupe to add cool sheen.
- LUMÍERE: a gilded amber to add femininity to the cool taupe.
- RAYON: a sensual, burnished crimson for contrast.
- LA LUNE: a rich sapphire for depth and mystery.
Different hues, whether warm or cool, can inspire a kaleidoscope of emotions in the human heart, and within those color distinctions there are as many intents and purposes that abound. Color theory is made up of those particulars and distinctions, it is based on the observed contrast between light and dark, warm and cool, sunrise and sunset. Those perceived distinctions rely entirely on the experiential emotion they inspire. Color can convey secret messages of happiness and energy, seriousness and sobriety, as well as masculine and feminine. The Kaleidoscope is designed to serve those distinctions. The colors are selected purposefully to serve the wearer and create contrast with the human eye, and not as a fleeting fad or ephemeral fashion color that is only popular for a season or moment in time. Each hue has a raison d’etre (a reason for being). This allows for the shadows to bring forward the beautiful details of the wearer’s eyes, rather than merely bringing forward the eyeshadows themselves. The look is elegant, polished and refined.
How to Use: Apply the shadows from left to right, using a brush to create thin layers of color on the lid for contrast.
Ingredients: Mica, Talc, Nylon-12, Phenyl Trimethicone, Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate, Diisostearyl Malate, Magnolia Officinalis Bark Extract, Tocopherol. May Contain: CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499 CI 77007, CI 77288.