I'm back with another tutorial and review. Today I'll be showing you a fun, daytime bright look with color using the Sigma Flare Palette. This is a great palette for those of you that like color!
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The Flare Palette has the same nice, magnetic cardboard packaging as the other eyeshadow collections.
The palette has a mix of greens, purples and a neutral pink and champagne shade.
This palette also comes with a double ended brush with a flat shader brush on one side and a fluffy blender brush on the other. The blendy brush is a little big in my opinion...I like the original version in the Professional Set. I noticed that a lot of the recent brush releases from Sigma have this bigger blending brush.
Here are close ups of the colors. There's a mix of matte, satin and low shimmer. There's also a good mix of lighter, brighter and darker shades...enough for you to complete an entire eye look from this one palette.
I wouldn't say the shades are super duper pigmented but they do have a nice amount of color...therefore, they're easier for beginners to work with and great for those who are a little more shy with color. For my bright lovers, you can always build the color for a super bold look as well.
You can find this product for $35 at www.sigmabeauty.com
The final look!
In this tutorial I wore some false lashes that Qosmedix had sent me. These are synthetic but feel and look amazingly real and natural. You can buy them in bulk for a great price.
NYX HD Foundation in Sand Beige
MAC MSF Natural in Medium Dark
Purely Cosmetics Diamond Finish Powder
Ben Nye Neutralizer Cream Crayon in Medium
Pink Kevyn Aucoin Blush
Skindinavia Original Makeup Setting Spray
Tarte Brow Pencil in Medium Brown
Sigma Flare Palette
Urban Decay Eden Primer Potion
Jane Black Mineral Gel Liner
Milani Color Brillance Pencil in Aqua
Stars Makeup Haven Pink Gloss
FTC Disclosure: Product sponsored for review. I am affiliated with the company.
Atlanta Makeup Artist