Make Up For Ever Celestial Blue Artist Color Shadows

| March 8, 2018 | 0 Comments

Make Up For Ever D206 Celestial Blue Artist Color Shadow ($17.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a light, sky blue with subtle, cool undertones and a sparkling, metallic finish.

Make Up For Ever Celestial Blue Artist Color Shadows

The original Artist Shadow formula had a creamier, slightly softer, and thicker feel for finishes like Metallic, Iridescent, and Satin, the original Diamond finish was denser/thicker  with a Matte finish was more powdery but similar in softness and pigmentation. The formula to be easy to work with not too much time blending with other shades.

The new Matte formula has a smoother consistency that has more slip to the touch with less powderiness in the pan. The pigmentation can appear weaker on average compared to the original formula. The pigmentation of the new Matte formula is still semi-opaque to opaque and build-able. Shades like M402 Mimosa has improvement, previously it was a Satin with a denser texture.

Make Up For Ever Celestial Blue Artist Color Shadows

A lot of the shades were similar in color between the formulas. There were a few M546 Dark Purple with more significant changes; the new version is warmer and lighter.  There are no issues applying most of the matte shades to the lid. Blending them out, or building up coverage. These shades should last throughout the day, eight hours plus. You may find other mattes can wear between seven and eight hours.

Make Up For Ever Celestial Blue Artist Color Shadows

Dany Sanz, Founder and Creative Director of the international brand MAKE UP FOR EVER. Is a true mentor in the make-up world. With her humble, non-eccentric attitude, she’s easy to pick out of a crowd with her signature bright red hair. As a child growing up in a Parisian suburb, she was drawn to the world of the arts at a young age. Following her studies at the Ecole des Beaux-arts. She began her professional life as a painter and sculptor. Her work in the theatre planted the seeds for the creative discipline that would be the driving force behind MAKE UP FOR EVER one day.

 

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