MAKE UP FOR EVER launches the Technicolor Palette

Spring is usually known for pastel shades, and not the most daring of shades. However Make Up For Ever likes to change the game and come out with some playful bold colors for the upcoming warm weather.

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MAKE UP FOR EVER introduces the exclusive limited edition Technicolor Palette. It has a combination of some pretty wild, yet wearable colors, and has a few neturals for work appropriate looks. That doesn’t mean you can’t apply Spring’s “it” color, yellow all over the eyelids if you’re daring, unlike me.

Seeing how I’m a natural makeup wearer, I like seeing this sort of style on eyes: Just a splash of color on the lower eyelash line, and the rest of the eye stays pretty neutral. Like what this eyeball lady did below:

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This person did the “color splash” well, mind you they’re not make up for ever specific colors.

You can have so much fun with this├é┬áTechnicolor Palette. I really like the vibrancy of the lilac and teal shades for some added fun for Spring 2013. And since it’s a fairly small palette at about 5″ wide, you can bring it along with you while you travel and it doesn’t really get in the way or take up too much space.

I can only imagine the eye catching looks that you can possibly create with these great colors. Apple green would look great on brown eyes

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When you think of it, there’s only really 3 daring colors in the palette (yellow, green and teal), so while at first glance it may look intimidating, remember that there’s 5 great neutrals for every day wear.

Fun fact: Dany Sanz, Creator & Artistic Director of MAKE UP FOR EVER, has long been interested in saturated color and creating high pigmentation on images. Sanz created Technicolor using the same technique employed by filmmakers, over-saturating her shadow colors to make them appear more alive.

The Technicolor Palette has hit Sephora stores and Make Up For Ever boutiques across Canada in February. It retails for $50. The palette compact has a mirror and also features two round brushes.

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