4-in-1 velvety effect powder with intense pigments to apply on eyebrows and eyes (1), as eye shadow (2), eyeliner (3) and khol (4).
The POUDRE VELOURS is very easily applied thanks to its ultra-thin texture and its specifically developed residue-free applicator.
Applied with the specific CHADO POCHOIRS D’ARTISTE for eyebrows, it will thicken them, enhance their color, fill in gaps and re-shape the arch.
This will rapidly become a must in the beauty case !
|Capacity||1,5 g - 0,5 oz|
- Dry binder that improves the hold of the product and makes its texture creamy.
- Porous silica with a high absorption power of impurities to enhance product efficiency.
- Ultra-light ester to ensure a velvety and powdered feel on the skin.
- Film-creating polymer giving a 4 dimensional feel to the texture.
- Silicon resin treated pigments imparting great coverage, excellent skin adhesion and creamy sensation.
Eyebrows application (1) :
For easier application, use POCHOIR D'ARTISTE for eyebrows adapted to your arch. Fill in the line delimitation by tracing light lines with the applicator, imitating the hairs and creating the desired shape.
Shade off possible surplus and comb your eyebrows with PINCEAU BROSSE N°4 for eyes. To create natural shade in the eyebrow, remove the powder on the applicator with the PINCEAU BROSSE N°4 and apply on the eyebrow. Fix the eyebrows makeup with MASCARA NATUREL PARFAIT.
Application as eyeliner (3) :
Draw a line at the base of the eyelashes using the applicator. For a graphic effect, drop a little of product on the back of the hand and draw with the previously moisturized PINCEAU PRECISION N°3.
Application as eye shadow (2) :
Remove the powder along the lash line, then delicately smudge the powder on the mobile eyelid, according to the desired effect, with the PINCEAU PRECISION N°3 for the eyes.
Application as khol (4) :
Hold the applicator horizontally on the lower lash line. Close the eye, proceed by back and forth movements to drop off the pigment evenly. Then curl superior and inferior eyelids. Master the ancestral gestures in the manner of Cleopatra …