Annique Colour Caress Pigment Pot Rose Gold – 3g
Annique Colour Caress Pigment Pot Rose Gold adds shine and glitz to your beauty regime by hightlighting your eyes with this beautiful glittered powder. It has a soft and silky feel on the skin and provides a long-lasting sparkle finish.
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Annique Colour Caress Pigment Pot Rose Gold:
What are Pigments?
- Pigments are a fine, loose powder and the main ingredient in eyeshadow (minus the binder that keeps them pressed in a pan).
- Typically, when binder is added, it dulls the pigment’s color.
- Without binder, the intensely pigmented loose powder is known as pigment—they’re usually shimmery, but pigments can be matte as well.
How to Use Pigments—3 Ways:
- When you’re short on time, adding pigment to the lower lid is super quick but still packs a glamorous punch!
- Tap a light/medium shade into your pigment lid or onto a flat surface and use a stiff, flat brush to pick up the pigment (don’t forget to tap off the excess!) and gently pat on the lid.
- You can keep the color below the crease or bring it up slightly past the crease—either way works!
- Use a fluffy dome brush to blend out the crease and feather out any harsh lines.
ProTip: You can also use a light pigment to brighten the inner corners of your eyes or highlight under the brow bone—both will make your eyes appear larger.
- Pigments are an amazing multi-purpose product—aside from adding a pop to your lids, they’re gorgeous as a cheekbone highlight.
- Hello, instant glow and dimension!
- To use, tap pigment into your pigment lid or onto a flat surface and use a cheek highlighter brush to pick up the pigment (don’t forget to tap off the excess!) and sweep along the tops of your cheekbones.
- Be sure to choose a light colored pigment that complements your skin tone.
- We love our pigment in New Years Eve for most any skin tone…it’s a stunning soft beige with flecks of gold.
- Pigments can be mixed with lip gloss to create your own custom lip color.
- Take a small amount of clear lip gloss on the back of your hand (or another flat surface) and use a brush to mix your favorite pigment in with the clear gloss until you have a sort of paste consistency.
- Apply the paste with a small lip brush—don’t use the lip gloss wand to mix or apply as you’ll transfer the color back into the remaining clear gloss.
- Pigments can also be mixed with lipstick to tone down a bright color, change the undertone or add shimmer—mix pigment with a small chunk of lipstick (cut from the tube) just as you would with lip gloss.
- Mix and match to get the perfect shade!
ProTip: Add a light pigment to highlight the Cupid’s bow and make your lips look fuller!