Addictive Cosmetics now offers CUSTOM eyeshadow palettes created by you! Choose your palette. Choose your 4 colors.
Addictive Cosmetics Palettes are top quality and feel great in your hand. Each palette holds 4, 26mm pans, (which are the size of all AC pressed eyeshadows), have a magnetic closure and a mirror inside! They are made of eco-friendly materials and because you can pop the pans in and out you will help the environment, (and your makeup bag), create less waste. You only need 1! Unless you must have all the palettes. They are stunning! ;)
Palettes come in 3 colors.
IRIS- A deep and rich purple
SAKURA- A sapphire blue
DAHLIA- A brick red
Sooo, pick your palette color. And in the notes tell me the 4 colors you would like. Because these are custom made just for you please allow a couple extra days for processing as it takes time to create these beauties! I know it's hard to wait but it WILL be worth it. And believe me, I work as fast as humanly possible to get them to you. ;)
Mineral eyeshadow pigments that blend like a dream and are made from Mother Earth's finest ingredients. Because these are loose pigments you can put them on wet or dry. They can be used as eyeshadow, blush, eyeliner, highlighters or over lipgloss.
Should I use an eyelid primer?
Think of primer as a layer of glue for your makeup products to hold on to. It creates a layer that oils from your skin can't penetrate. These oils from your skin are why creasing happens and why product tends to fall off during the day. By adding a primer such as my "Fixit" primer, (all natural blend of course!), you will get the true vibrance of the color and have longer wear.
How do I apply?
I spray "Fixit" Spray into my palm and use my ring finger to dab on eyelid my eyelids, wait 30 seconds or so and then add color to lid. Shadows will stay longer, look brighter, and are less likely to crease.
Use all natural eyeshadows as an eyeliner with "Fixit" primer and an angled brush.
How do you apply?
I spray the "Fixit" spray in my hand, dab the brush into it and then dip into pigments. Swirl a bit in my hand to make a liquid color and apply!