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Jane Iredale PurePressed Triple Eye Shadows

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Jane Iredale PurePressed Triple Eye Shadows

All Jane Iredale Purepressed Triple Eye Shadows have  highly pigmented shades that are simple to blend, sensitivity-tested and they stay put for gorgeous, crease-free, long-lasting eye colour.

  • Gentle, safe for sensitive eyes and formulated with good-for-the-skin ingredients
  • Crease-resistant and long-lasting
  • May be applied wet or dry to compliment any look
  • Great for shading, highlighting, contouring and lining

New Spring 2017 Jane Iredale Triple shades:

Soft Kiss – a matte warm mauve, shimmery port wine and shimmery smoky brown

Pink Quartz – a matte light pink, shimmery soft pink and a shimmery cool plum

 

ASIAN AND/OR DARKER SKIN TONES

To assist you in your product selection those shades deemed most suitable for Asian and/or darker skin tones have been marked with an asterix (*).

Colour Guide

Blue Eyes on Lighter Skin

 

Sweet Spot
Sweet Spot
 Silver Lining Triple Cognac Blue Eyes on Deeper Skin
Silver Lining Triple Cognac
Brown Sugar Pink Bliss Green Eyes on Deeper Skin
Brown Sugar Pink Bliss
 Silver Lining Brown Eyes on Lighter Skin
Silver Lining
 Silver Lining Brown Eyes on Deeper Skin
Silver Lining
Cloud Nine Asian Eyes
Cloud Nine

Application Advice

  • Apply your darkest color in a sideways V with our Eye Contour Brush.
  • Highlight above the iris in a medium shade with our Eye Shader Brush.
  • Highlight the brow bone in your lightest shade with our Deluxe Shader Brush.
  • Blend well with a clean brush.

TIPS

1) Spritz our eyeliner brush with Jane Iredale D2O, Balance or POMMISST and pick up shadow for an eyeliner that stays and stays.

2) It’s always a good idea to brush the base powder on the eyelid to even out the skin tone and for sun protection.

3) Don’t try to match the eye color with a shadow, since this will only cancel-out the eye. A complementary/contrasting color is what makes the eye pop (e.g., brown/blue).

4) If you have red or dark circles, stay away from blue or gray tones. They just accentuate the darkness.

 

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