Use as an all over lid color or as a crease color. Pop a champagne shimmer over this for an easy daytime look.
Use as an all over lid color or to brighten the inner corner on medium skin tones.
Use all over the lid for a smokey chocolate eye. Roussillon can also be used as a base tone for deeper skin, a crease color to warm up the look or as a brow tone for redheads. This can also be blended with other tones as a blush.
Use all over the lid for medium to dark skin tones. Platane can also be used as a crease color and in brows. It can be used as a bronzer for lighter skin tones.
Use as an all over lid shade for medium to dark skin tones. Latte can be used as a crease color and in brows. It can also be used as a bronzer for lighter skin tones.
Use all over the lid for medium to dark skin tones. Use Sorrel as a crease color or in brows. It can also be used as a bronzer for lighter skin tones.
Use on fair skin for a dramatic garnet. On deep skin, use it to warm up the lid or the crease. This can be mixed with a lighter shade for blush. Using Groseille to create depth against green or blue eyes will intensify the color of the eye.
Use on lids, creases, contour and brows is a Nue does it all on almost any complexion.
Use Caco for liner, a dramatic eye, brows, or for contour on deeper skin types.
Use Dahlia on the lid or crease for a dramatic flare. Use on the lid and pop a metallic color over it. Blend out as a blush or mix it with white to make a super natural flush on the eyelids or cheeks.
This super versatile color works for almost everything. Try Baie wet as a liner, dry for a smokey eye or in the crease for depth. This plum looks good against every eye color!
Use this for a rich cobalt smokey eye, or with a drop of water or mixing medium as a liner. Pénombre also pops a brown or hazel eye.