New for Fall – Pressed Pigment Palettes!

Power to the Pigments!

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Eye color just got a little more captivating with the addition of new deché Cosmetics’ sophisticated palettes of pressed pigments that deliver intense color, magnificent shimmer and dramatic shading.

Available in 5 different palettes of color!

Why We Love Them:

Packed with rich pigments and luminous pearls, these lid-loving, high performance powders – with different levels of luminosity – are easy to blend for a variety of looks and intensity.

How to Wear Them:deche pressed pigment palette 1

Using a shadow brush, mix and match the shades to create breathtaking and unique eye looks.  And for an even more professional look, use deché Shadow Base to extend wear and provide hours of crease-free coverage.

Playing with Pigments:

Available in 5 different palette shade combinations each with 4 unique colors, how do you choose?  We have put together a sample look for each palette!

Palette 1: Smokey Eye – The Look

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A subtle smokey eye using warm tones is the perfect look to go from day to night.  Wear this look with black liner blended into the lash line for day, and fill in the waterline for night.

Palette 2: Rose Glamour – The Look

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The perfect color palette for brides.  The mix of warm and cool tones with a rose hue works on a wide variety of eye colors and skin tones.

Palette 3: Smokey Eye with a Twist – The Look

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Full on smokey eye with a twist.  Blending the black shade from the lash line to the brow bone delivers drama; blending gold into the bottom lashes brightens.

Palette 4: Natural Look for Everyday – The Look

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The gradient from light to dark gives definition to the eye, while the warm and cool brown tones keep this look natural.  Perfect for everyday.

Palette 5: Window Panel Effect – The Look

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The “window panel” effect gives eyes a pop.  Apply the lighter, highlight shade in the center of the lid and blend a deeper tone into each corner of the eye to achieve this look.  Always a great technique when working with energetic colors.

Can’t decide?  Get them all!

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