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Serge Lutens – blusher and eyeshadow palette

by Sonia G.

Serge Lutens has probably the most expensive makeup line you can find today, it is also certainly the highest quality you could ever dream of.

I bought the eyeshadow palette a long time ago, before I even imagined starting this blog. I don’t know what pushed me to buy such an expensive palette, probably just the curiosity and exclusivity of it.  I was actually able (and proud) to resist this line, until the day I swatched them…

The only Serge Lutens style and makeup looks I can find online aren’t looks for an everyday wear -well they aren’t for me- , they are ethereal, white face, strong lipstick, dramatic eye sculpting, dark lower lash line, they are totally in line with his perfumes and photo shoots, very artistic but not very realistic for a customer like me.  Gorgeous but the question is, will you wear it ?

Let’s start with the blusher…

The blusher was a recent purchase, not something that usually seizes my attention, too orange and dark for my skintone (NW20) but when I swatched it, I just couldn’t resist it any longer, it’s so finely milled that when you apply it with a soft brush it becomes totally wearable and flattering.


I don’t even know what shade this blusher is … on the website it’s mentioned they have shade 1 and 2, this looks more like the number 1 but I am not sure about it, not sure that it’s mentioned in the box either. The other shade looks more pink so I may try to get it too, they don’t have it at the counters here and without knowing which one I own today, how could I safely order the other ? hmmm I have to look better, if by any chance you know, I’ll be pleased to get that info !


My go-to is the TF Terra. This Serge Lutens is more orange but since the powder is so incredibly finely milled it just gives a warmth to the skin without shouting bronzer.

Sometimes I apply a different blush, more pink and then this SL blusher as a setting powder on top all over the face, it looks even more natural.


I bought the refill only, they are already very expensive so I decided I would skip the compact, I can remove it and put it inside an empty Z palette, that doesn’t bother me at all.

The back of the refill :


Some very heavy swatches for comparison, the RMK is clearly a sculpting shade, the Chantecaille Capri is more pink brown and that’s more flattering on my skin than orange bronzers/blushers but maybe it’s because of the quality of the powder that the SL still works for me. It doesn’t have a matte finish, it’s glowy and has no sparkles or artificial shine.


It will be more appropriate in summer but luckily I still can wear it in winterish spring, I am tired of waiting for warmer days… , I actually needed something to bring me closer to summer, to make me feel warmer. This weekend I wanted to cheat our horrible cold weather so I applied summery shadows and this blush as a bronzer.

I apply it either as a blusher or a bronzer, or both at the same time. My favorite brushes to use with it are the Chikuhodo Z-9 for an all over bronzer or the Tanseido YSC17 for blush application, they both deliver a soft natural application very easy to control, since it may turn orange, better get brushes that will not pack on too much pigment to start with.

In this picture I am not wearing contour, just this SL blusher as blush and bronzer. Wearing Cle de Peau Lipstick in T5, Mac eyeshadows (Night maneouvres and an unknown coral peachy shade), RMK extra deep W mascara, Ellis Faas foundation.


I have been given a tiny little sample of the Chanel Les Beiges in shade N°40, of course it’s not my shade at all but this allows me to see if it would be comparable to the SL blusher. Although the Chanel is meant to be a Healthy Glow Sheer Powder, since I have extremely dry skin that product will not work as a healthy glow on me, it’s actually too mattifying on very dry skin but the Serge Lutens here does deliver the healthy glow I was looking for in this Chanel.

The Chanel sample is the cutest thing (if you can get one, it’s worth trying) :



You don’t see much difference on the skin but the SL is more glowy. Here the swatches have been applied very heavy otherwise it would be difficult to see any difference between the shades. The SL does last longer.

On the left a more blended application, on the right very heavy swatches :


Below you will see them swatched together with the SL Teint si fin in shade B40, at the counter they matched me with I20 shade, which is the lightest shade and absolutely not my shade at all, unless they wanted to go for the SL promotional pictures with the very white geisha skin.  B40 is not my shade either but it’s the only samples they had, at least I could try it and see if that would be an appropriate product for very dry skin.  When I applied it, it felt nice, not drying but still, not a product for winter for me. So I’ll try it again in summery days.

Swatches below : the 3 face products and the eyeshadow palette.


The eyeshadow palette

Today my eyes need eyeshadows that are luminous without being too glittery or shimmery. At my age, matte shadows have to be handled with much care, they have to be heavily pigmented because the  more I’ll layer them, the more they’ll emphasize my ageing eyelids.  Serge Lutens has this perfect balance, very pigmented, don’t feel chalky at all, the 3 dark shadows feel more like airbrush or laser painting than powder.

Some of my favorite shadows to compare with the Serge Lutens palette :


I have tried to find a similar shade to the off-white/vanilla shadow in the SL compact, the Houglass Neo-Classic (the more matte one) is the most similar although compared to the SL it’s more pink based than yellow.

What I like about this SL is that it’s a nice base and a subtle browbone shade, it has tiny micro sparkles that won’t show on the skin. The off-white shadow is the only item from the palette can you can buy refills of.


The 3 darker shades are not that unique, you can probably find similar shades that are less expensive, but the quality is probably the best of all. The burgundy shade is a shade I use either in the crease or to set the gel eyeliner or to smudge the bottom lashes,  it can look very vampirish…  but I like that 😀 Sometimes I tone the burgundy effect with some of the black shadow.


The dark brown is an excellent crease shadow, again I also use it to line the lashes and set the eyeliner.


The black is just the sexiest black ever (how can a black be sexy ???) not sure, maybe the way it blends, when I set the gel eyeliner with this shadow and I blend it very slightly further up, it then becomes incredibly sultry, adds a lot of depth to the look and removes the harsh line of the eyeliner much better than any other black eyeshadow.

The Chantecaille black and the SL are my favorite blacks out there. The Chantecaille is easier to work with than the SL but the finish result is just more long-lasting with the SL, it will remain “black” for longer.


I love the Chantecaille Olivia palette, it’s even cheaper than the SL (135$ vs 160$), so if you ask me, yet I’d rather recommend you the Chantecaille because of what you can do with it but if you already have similar colors and you just want a luxury item with the most unique texture, then I’ll recommend you the SL.

There is another review of the SL palette by Cafe makeup, please have a look if you want to see more shade descriptions and swatches.

They also gave me samples of some of their lipsticks. I already had Votre Sienne but I was happy to try more. I don’t really like strong and dark lipsticks, I don’t wear them well, I have very masculine lips and that doesn’t help at all, I look more like a drag queen actually 😛 but I still took a few pics for you, please be kind to me 😀


Below you will find some pictures of the look I have created with this palette, it’s a wearable look but not appropriate for the office (not for me). I wear that look to go out to parties or when I need extreme long lasting power. They will remain intense until I take them off.

In the next pictures, I am wearing Chanel Vitalumière Aqua, Rose des Glaces lipstick, SL blusher, RMK extra  deep W mascara (one coat).

Even though I have a lot of pigmentation irregularities I didn’t want to cover them completely, I am not expecting from makeup to transform me completely, not only can I not wear full coverage foundation with my very dry skin but I would not like it. Of course I’d rather have a flawless face but unfortunately that’s not the case ! well, at least you can see what the palette looks like on a “not perfect” face 😀 and with my application skills that are actually quite basic :


Lipstick : Rose des glaces

The white shadow as a base, the brown in the crease, the aubergine and black smudged on the bottom lash line, the black on the outer V and outer crease blended towards the center.


Lipstick : Rose des glaces


Lipstick : Rose des glaces

I took pictures from different angles, I don’t have the studio with the lights ready yet so I did what I could… hope that helps.

Just remember that my eyelids are not 20 anymore and I have very hooded lids…


Lipstick : Rose des glaces

Below some more pictures but this time with stronger lips, no lip liner because I didn’t want to alter the color, usually when I wear a dark lipstick I line my lips in order to give them a very subtle correction so that they look more feminine.  This is wearing Mise à Mort (I love this name, so insanely provocative). One coat, with a lip brush, no lip liner.


Lipstick : Mise à mort

Still same look but wearing Votre Sienne, one coat with a lip brush, no lip liner. What I do usually is apply some soft gloss to soften the effect, here it’s just on it’s own.


Lipstick : Votre Sienne

This is another eye look with the same palette but a more subtle one, aubergine shade in the crease and the black smudged around the eyes. This time I am wearing the SL teint si fin and Roman Rouge lipstick, no lip liner.

Actually I am wearing the Chanel new mascara (Le Volume) but it just doesn’t work for me, what I need is curl and separation and it doesn’t deliver enough, I still very much prefer the RMK extra deep W. I actually had a lot of problems applying the Mascara, it touched the skin and messed with the makeup … Even if I apply one coat and it thickens the lashes more than the RMK, the final result with the Chanel is less flattering than with the RMK.


Lipstick : Roman Rouge

Same look as above with SL Teint si fin, on the lips Rose des Glaces but my lips are feeling terrible and when I apply a lipstick at this moment it takes a while to settle correctly… after having played with the SL, my lips felt nice and soft but at the beginning (in this picture), they were a total mess !


Lipstick : Rose des glaces

Mauve de Swan looks awful on my lips but I am very tempted with the shades Garde Rose and Mise à mort (just because of its name, that’s pathetic!) 😀


The lipstick I bought after trying the samples is Rose des Glaces, it delivers shine with micro sparkles that for once I cannot feel at all on the lips and the sensation of the lipstick is very hydrating, it feels just wonderful. I apply it on top of lip liner or on its own.

Below I took a picture of the 2 refills, I don’t have the actual lipstick bullet because I am going to first test the refillable ones I own from other brands (that I don’t use), then if they don’t work for these, I will buy them somewhere else where it’s cheaper…

I can carry them like that but I have to be very careful, they have a little cap and you can twist them, it’s ok to use them like that but it’s a temporary solution.

There is not much product on the lipsticks but a little goes a long way… except for the Rose des Glaces, it’s sheer so you’ll apply more, and more often, the hydration sensation lasts 5 hours on me which is pretty good, but if I want some nice shine to last I have to reapply it more often, probably every 2 hours.


On the left the bottom of the refill (it has no cap but you can’t reach the product), on the right the top with the cap to protect the product.

I actually carry it inside the SL box it came with to protect it from direct dust.


The ingredients

Lipsticks :


Teint si fin :


I hope you found this helpful,  I have not covered all the aspects of this so please don’t hesitate if you have questions !

I don’t think the SL is a must-have, specially at those prices, you can achieve similar results with similar shadows, but I admit I am extremely happy to use it and I will repurchase it when I finish it.

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Nikoleta 3 April, 2013 - 11:34 am

Thank you, Sonia, for this informative post. You look so fresh and beautyful on the photos, bold lipstick does not give you a drag queen effect at all 🙂 I have just two lippies from this line : votre sienne and garde rose (refills only). Despite these are amongst the most long lasting pigmented lipsticks I own, I find them too drying. If I had to repurchase a lippie from SL it would be, I said it before, votre sienne, the most stunning unique colour on my lips, strangely it is less drying than the garde-rose (for a better fushia I’ll recommend Ellis Faas or Lancome mat cashemire). For those who can find the Elysambre line, the lipsticks (there are mattes and satin, I think) are almost as well pigmented, more moisturazing and there are some amazing bordeline colours. They gave me that “lutensien” feeling.
The eyeshadows seem soo pigmented and as always with SL it’s the excellent texture and pigmentation that can justify that price but there are so many brands that offer excellent options for a fraction of the price that I’ve never considered buying those. SL is owned by Shiseido, it explain the aesthetic approach and the excellence of the finely milled textures. I’ve been told SL base is something really unique to give a healhty poreless glow.
Which one do you prefer between SL bronzer and givenchy croisière in terms of texture ?
BTW I’ve finally tried the new chanel mascara and don’t like it at all, it’s too thick.

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 12:03 pm

Thank you Nikoleta, I wish I could wear those dark lipsticks better but I am really tempted by mise à mort !
I agree they aren’t all equal, some are more easy and creamy, the darkest one (pourpre maure) is not the easiest to apply.
Thank you also for your recommendations ! I never heard of Elysambre… that has to change 🙂
I have to think about it, I don’t know which one I prefer between the Givenchy and the SL, I haven’t compared them, I’ll have to check that closely tonight !
The Givenchy might be easier to apply because I don’t recall having to be careful not to overapply but I’ll check and report back !
Yep, the Chanel is very heavy, I cannot keep the curl on my eyelashes and it sticks them together…

Sweet Make Up Temptations 5 April, 2013 - 7:57 pm

I have checked, I definitely prefer the texture of the SL. The Croisière is excellent but more obvious and shiny than the SL, the SL is so fine, you can’t see it on the skin and yet it delivers warmth and glow. By the way I have ordered the SL blusher in shade 2, I’ll report back on that one.
Now I have to compare it to the La Prairie bronzer, just thought of that one 🙂

laurence 3 April, 2013 - 11:58 am

Did you the notice the two litlle bars behind? maybe that means it’s the number 2? (the blush I mean)

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 12:06 pm

Thank you Laurence, yes I thought of that but since they are positioned strangely on the label and truncated I am not sure..
Need to send them an email 🙂

MissM 3 April, 2013 - 12:27 pm

That palette is really gorgeous. One I’ve noted down, thank you so much ! I actually like Mauve de Swan on your lips.

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 6:59 pm

thank you MissM 🙂
I have added lipstick names underneath the pics because it was confusing to read… Mauve de Swan I did not wear it on the pictures but it was instead Rose des Glaces, which is quite similar, less opaque than Mauve de Swan. I did get Rose des Glaces, very neutral shade, I love it with a deep look 🙂

Stacy 3 April, 2013 - 12:43 pm

Sonia, I have looked into the SL blushes and to my eye it looks like yours is the “original” and the Blush 2 is a pale peach tone (both together hmmmmmm 🙂 ). The shadows have been on my “want” list and now I may just have to try a blush… I know photos can mute colors but I love that Roman Rouge on you! 🙂 I think this is a line one buys for both the quality but also the psychological treat of having the best of the best. I am so in the mood for a Barney’s shopping day!!!

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 7:13 pm

Thank you Stacy, I’ll have to order that #2 now 🙂
it is a very special treat !
well, the SL reds are really very beautiful that’s for sure !

Jacq 3 April, 2013 - 2:45 pm

Beautiful post….. Luxury…

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 7:14 pm

thanks Jacq, happy you liked it !

bambi 3 April, 2013 - 4:41 pm

Thank you for information and beautiful swatches. Looks very gorgeous !!

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 7:15 pm

thanks Bambi 🙂

midnitedesire 3 April, 2013 - 6:55 pm

Hmmmm… they’re GORGEOUS, and the eyeshadow colours are so pretty ,especially that burgundy shade but i don’t know if i want to spend my money on it #sigh

Votre Sienne is absolutely beautiful on you…incredibly wearable red.

anyway, thanks for the beautiful swatches as always! 🙂

Sweet Make Up Temptations 3 April, 2013 - 7:18 pm

thank you 🙂
If I had to recommend one shade it would be Votre Sienne, it looks different in the tube and if you don’t swatch it you may skip it, but it’s more luminous on the lips, a winning shade.

Bonnie 3 April, 2013 - 11:59 pm

The colours are indeed beautiful and I think there is a slight extra luminescence about the Serge! :S Luckily, no prospects of it any time soon for me!

Thank you for doing this post as always – I hope Neo is reading this and petting her eyeshadow palette while wearing the foundation 😛

Bea 4 April, 2013 - 2:05 am

I like that Chantecaille eyeshadow palette and I love the pics of you!! 🙂 🙂

Gladys L. 4 April, 2013 - 10:58 am

Many people say the “BG sale” is coming, does anyone know what’s that and does tge store ship internationally with the online discoujt?

Gladys L. 5 April, 2013 - 2:18 am

I found it finally! (*/////*)

Bergdorf Goodman sale on 14-21/4/2013. For Erno Laszlo, I wonder Nordstrom will give a clearance sale as the brand is leaving the store.

Christine 6 April, 2013 - 3:42 pm

I love the looks you created and I think you wear these lipsticks very well. In fact, I might just purchase Mise a Mort after reading your post! You never mentioned anything about your hair, but it always looks beautiful in your pics. Thanks again for reviewing from SL’s line since reviews on it are so hard to find.

Sweet Make Up Temptations 6 April, 2013 - 5:59 pm

thank you Christine, I highly appreciate your encouragement <3
I actually will purchase Mise à mort, I think it still brightens my face in a good way without being too serious or too tacky 😛
I did get the other blusher in shade 02 so I'll review it for you soon, I haven't received it yet.
And thanks for the hair, it has never been so dull, need to take an appointment with the hairdresser to lighten the dark roots but I am a bit busy at the moment 🙁
and I need to find a great shampoo !!!

Buggsiebee 19 April, 2013 - 1:54 pm

Hey Sonia….to the SL eye palette 2……. the best way for you to get an idea of what kind of mauve it is, is to look at the color band on the Chanel Stylo Yeux in Beryl which I know you have. That band of color is pretty much exactly the same as the 2nd lightest shade in the new palette. I’m breathing a sigh of relief as all the shades in the new palette are very wearable indeed!! Phew! YAY Serge Lutens 😀 !!

Sweet Make Up Temptations 19 April, 2013 - 2:23 pm

I have tried Barneys but via Paypal pointing to my card and it worked 😛 now I am just waiting for it…
Do you think of a dupe (or similar shade) for the darkest color ? (just to have an idea…)

Buggsiebee 19 April, 2013 - 8:06 pm

I thought that I might have a similar shade in my THREE ‘Art of Parties’ palette but the Three shade is WAY more bling bling & more mauve than grey. I checked through all my LMdB Kaleidoscopes, my TF Titanium Smoke, Hourglass Prism Visionaire & nothing comes close. I don’t have a huge grey collection so there may be something similar out there, but I doubt that it will equal the quality. You will like this, I’m sure. It’s like a mauve grey. Very easy to wear.

Sweet Make Up Temptations 19 April, 2013 - 8:12 pm

ARGH this sounds so perfect !!! thank you !!! can’t wait !

Gladys L. 19 April, 2013 - 3:31 pm

Question time!

Out of the famous super moisturizing choices, do you think the texture of SL lipsticks can at least be similarly moisturizing and lip lines un-settling?

Other brands I am talking about:
suqqu creamy glow
Chanel coco rouge
Guerlain rouge g
guerlain automative

Sweet Make Up Temptations 19 April, 2013 - 6:06 pm

hhhmmmmmmm let me think… no, right now I don’t know, without checking more I couldn’t think of a similar texture and as Nikoleta said earlier, the feeling changes with all their lippies, I have Mise à Mort (yes, I could not resist it at the end…), Votre Sienne and Rose des glaces and the sensation on the lips is so different between each other, I will try to find similar textures and come back to you 🙂

Gladys L. 20 April, 2013 - 7:38 am

Oh, it’s so kind of your help again.

I love SL for the shades, and they recently receive positive rave online. I ask solely because I finally want to find one lipstick of supreme texture for work, I keep asking myself if I should go to Guerlain rouge g or stay with guerlain automative for this purpose (I actually don’t want to gt the Squqqu creamy glow or CDP). But SL seems to be my new light.

I am an ODD person that stick with by recommendations but skip those insanely raved with false claims ones (e.g. I have skipped Tom Ford now, even it will launch the new summer collection).

Sweet Make Up Temptations 21 April, 2013 - 3:06 pm

Following to your question I have been researching a bit, in my collection I have a few coco rouge, rouge g, automatique, etc…
If you don’t mind, I am going to do the following :
I am preparing a post regarding the SL blush #2, since I have also recently bought the Mise à Mort, I will feature it and compare it to a few similar textures.
Right now, what I can tell you, is that I think I found near dupes for the SL Votre Sienne (=Sue Devitt Phinda) and the Mise à Mort (=Lancome Rouge in Love 181N), the Guerlain automatique 121 is also similar to the Mise à Mort but maybe more similar to SL Roman Rouge than Mise à Mort, I have to double check that when I’ll be able to get my hands on my sample of Roman rouge….
The Serge Lutens are more complex, the pigments are more strong and the formula more long-lasting than both Lancome or Sue Devitt but really if you want a close shade but still a great formula, I recommend you the Lancome or the Sue Devitt. Then I’ll let you know about the others in my post 🙂 but so far, the formula of the SL is much better, they sink into the lips more evenly, they have more shine for longer and they feel more comfortable than the dupes (although I would not call them “moisturizing” well, they do feel good and aren’t drying).
talk soon !

Christina 1 July, 2013 - 2:11 pm

Hello, I am very new to your blog & very happy to find out that you do reviews on Serge Lutens beauty line. In the future, can you do a review on their eye liner and lip pencils?

Sweet make up temptations 7 January, 2014 - 11:07 pm

Hi Christine, I own the lip pencil but it’s too brown toned, looks quite horrible on me and do not understand the pairing with this color and his lipsticks… I only have one lip pencil and not even sure there are more, need to look 🙂
I do not own the eyeliner unfortunately but I will give you some feedback on the lip one, it’s somewhere in my boxes but since I am in the middle of house works it’s difficult to get my hands on it right now, I will keep you posted.

Jen 7 January, 2014 - 10:30 pm

Regarding the SL eye palette – the original one: I ordered this from Barney’s online a year ago after reading Inez de la Fressange’s book about Paris and the review on the Makeup Cafe blog. There is not a Barney’s nearby to consult, and I am still trying to figure out how to work with this palette, given my mediocre application skills. Yes, it has been a lesson in humility in that area. The shades should work on my fair, freckled skin, green-eyed/coppery auburn hair but the highly pigmented shadows always look too heavy and overdone on me. Usually, my thick-ish, darkish eyebrows assist in balancing stronger eye colors. I’ve purchased blending and other brushes and tried different techniques, but I have been unable to create a look that doesn’t come across as overdone and heavy. Any tips for applying SL or, for that matter, other highly pigmented eye shadows for a flattering yet not too heavy look? Given the price, I’m determined to make this palette work!

Sweet make up temptations 7 January, 2014 - 11:03 pm

Hi Jen,
I will reply to you when I have some more time available, just a question in the meantime, how do you prep your skin, do you apply foundation or anything to even out your skintone ?
I had the same problem before, the way I managed to really pull off heavier eye makeup looks was by first (of after) applying some base that would even the skin, giving a more flawless appearance, this will enhance the result of a strong eye look, my “secret” was to even out the skin and precisely draw the outside of the lips for example (with a clear skin color lipliner), weird but when the features are clear and defined the strong looks appear more integrated and part of the game…
this palette is not about natural makeup but I still use it on a daily basis, a black and a white like that is essential for any look I do 🙂

Jen 14 September, 2014 - 7:18 am

OK well it took me quite a while to find out that you kindly responded to my post in January and it’s now Sept.! But wanted to thank you for replying. I’m a prepper most definitely: moisterizers, primers … Etc. Using Smashbox anti aging eye primer presently even though I have the SL makeup base/primer I haven’t tried it as an eye primer. Yes, as you said, I’ve concluded the SL palette is not for everyday – it’s for occasions where a dramatic look would work. Right now I’m using Shu Uemura eyeshadows (the matte ones) for everyday and am very pleased with them. No issues one my age may encounter with matte shadows and they apply very lightly. Some complain the colors aren’t intense enough but for me, in everyday life, they work better than any other line I’ve tried. Now my battle is with the SL Khol eyeliner – just can’t get it to apply smoothly but am determined to figure it out! The end result is always too heavy and clumpy. Will keep practicing and trying new techniques. Thx again for your kind reply!

Jen 14 September, 2014 - 7:19 am

Oops- it’s the Urban Decay anti-aging primer – not Smashbox …

liz vincent 4 February, 2019 - 4:16 am

I am just wondering how you apply the SL foundation. I have it in a couple of colors but I ordered it online. I don’t know if I should use a brush or a sponge. Also, have you tried the mine de rien? It’s the primer. I tried it but the powder foundation sticks; it sticks to me in patches UNLESS I powder first to make my face very dry. Of course I use moisturizer, nothing too creamy or anything, but I always have problems wearing any sort of powder foundation due to it sticking. I feel like something is wrong with me. I use a super light moisturizer. Can you tell me if there is a trick to applying this foundation?
One other point. I became interested in this line because I love makeup and did a search for the most expensive makeup there was, thinking it must be the best. I have used it on and off for several years and I keep track of the new items that come out. One thing they don’t have is an eyebrow pencil or powder or anything for the brow. Do you happen to know if the eyeshadow palette, #4, might be suitable to use on the brows? It looks like shades of brown, brownish shades, but I think it may be sparkly and a sparkly brow would not look good. I own the palette you show in your post and I would not consider those browns at all. They are purply browns-like deep mauves.
I would appreciate any advice concerning this makeup line that you could give me. I tried the liquid makeup-the spectral cream-and I hated it. I’d like to know if you tried it.
They seem to be selling this line in Saks now-online. Anything you could let me know about this brand and it’s products would be very appreciated. No one talks about it-I guess because it is so expensive. Thanks!!!


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