We recently partnered with Make Up For Ever to bring you the Black Tango Palette. Jessica recently reviewed it HERE
where she used it as a seductive, dramatic eye look. If you want to read more about this limited edition palette, check it out on MUFE’s website HERE
Although it’s meant to be used as a rich, artistic, dramatic palette, it has been my go to this fall for cream eyeliner shades. If you love a simple look that will stay put read on about this very versatile palette!
This set contains:
– 4 x 0.05 oz Aqua Cream in Black with Red Highlights, Black with Green Highlights, Black with Blue Highlights, Ivory
– Double Ended Brush
It should also be noted that this is exclusively available at Sephora! And since it’s limited edition for Fall 2012 you might want to scoot your butt over there soon before yours is sold out!
The palette is elegant and sleek and I’m so glad that they chose to cover the cream shadow pots with little flip top lids. Extra protection from drying out! Sometimes cream shadows enclosed in a simple compact alone dry out quickly. This shouldn’t be the case with these liners!
The look I created was very simple. I wanted to prove that this palette could be great for the every day woman. As a new mom, I don’t get out on the town much, and don’t always have a use for a deep, sultry smokey eye (although I do admit after I’m done playing around with makeup I usually end up at the grocery store with one) so a palette that has multiple uses is very appealing to me. I love the idea of being able to use a palette for it’s intended purpose (drama) AND for a more pressing every day need of mine (stay put eyeliner).
For this look, I used the left most shade, black with red highlights- almost an aubergine color- with an eyeliner brush. I also used the right most shade, ivory, on my brow bone, inner corner and water line.
You can see how well it worked as a waterline shade. It was very easy to apply and stayed put all day.
Here you get a good depiction of how I used the ivory in my waterline, inner corner, and brow bone. I love that these work so well as eyeliners!
When I first received this palette, I was skeptical how much use it would get, but with a little playing around I have found my new favorite palette for Fall. I can’t wait to post a FOTD sometime soon where I use this for drama! In the mean time check out Jessica’s post above where I linked the amazing, sexy look she achieved using this as an eyeshadow palette.
Is this something you would use? Leave us a comment and tell us what you think!
Yours in Beauty,