Monthly Archives: February 2012

The Eyes Have It: Runway to Red Carpet; Winner’s Circle

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Adele/InStyle.com

Adele/InStyle.com

At the close of the Fall 2012 New York Fashion Week last week, a writer at Women’s Wear Daily noted that one of the biggest trends from the Spring 2012 runway shows last year (yes, this is weird but that’s how it works – Spring clothes are shown in September, and Fall clothes are shown in February) that carried over into the Fall shows is the continued focus on eye makeup. To which we, as noted in last week’s blog post, say “yeah, baby!” That’s not to say that EVERY designer went for major eye makeup; rather that they were in the majority.

We see the influence of the runway reflected quite heavily in two places: the cosmetic counters and aisles (depending on where you shop), and on the red carpet. Most of the “name” makeup artists work with cosmetic brands, and what they use on the runways typically hits your local department store or drugstore about the same time that 800-page issue of Vogue hits the street twice a year, and you go in search of something you can afford. Since for the vast majority of us that isn’t going to be a piece of clothing – even by a new designer – what it IS likely to be is makeup. We can almost all afford to buy a lipstick or an eyeshadow palette or a nail polish that we saw in the magazines or on their websites that we just have to have. And now that the drugstore brands have great makeup artists attached to them (Pat McGrath for Cover Girl, Gucci Westman for Revlon), and are competing for the same dollars as Estee Lauder (Tom Pecheux), MAC (Charlotte Tilbury, Lucia Pieroni), (Francois) Nars, Laura Mercier, Bobbi Brown, et al, the quality of those cosmetics has risen to unanticipated levels. And the advertising dollars spent on a Cover Girl or L’Oreal eye makeup campaign easily rivals that of Chanel or Lancome.

So, from the runway to the red carpet to…you. The Internet has become the great equalizer; within hours of a runway show or an awards show, you will find the photos and someone’s commentary online. Within a day, you will find most everyone’s photos and commentary online. In a week’s time, you have so much to choose from that you can cherry pick the absolute best. And with the Internet, you have the added ability to add instant gratification to the mix by purchasing the tools necessary to recreate the looks you love armed with just a mouse and a small piece of plastic.

So, we promised you that we didn’t forget about the GRAMMY Awards – in fact, we have our four favorite looks from the show, and if you were to compare them to pictures from the runway shows, you’d see that every look has its origins there, even Adele’s modern interpretation of classic Sixties’ eye makeup.

Corinne Bailey Rae/InStyle.com

Corinne Bailey Rae/InStyle.com

Adele: Isn’t she just fabulous? Six GRAMMY awards for her seconds album, and she’s 23. We love her look, and how she knows her own strengths and plays to them. Heavy eyeliner was all over the runways for Fall 2012 (we highlighted our favorite, Rachel Zoe, last week), and Adele is the reigning queen of the cat’s eye liner and nude lip, but for the GRAMMY awards, she surprised everyone with a bright red lip, and shorter and brighter blonde hair. You can create the same eye look by starting with a base of ColorOn’s Platinum & Pearls, a gradient shimmering white and silvery platinum metallic from the Metallics Variety Kit. Layer on your favorite form of black eyeliner and multiple coats of mascara to the top lashes, concentrating most heavily on the lashes at the outer third of the eyes. A simple swipe of mascara is enough for the lower lashes – too much liner or mascara on the lower lashes will close up the eye. Be sure that your brows are groomed and filled and your skin perfected but not heavily made up. With the lip, you can go bold with a classic red like Adele’s, or a fuchsia, burgundy, or plum, depending on your coloring and comfort level – but it should be a satin, not a gloss.

Corinne Bailey Rae:There was plenty of commentary of Corinne Bailey Rae’s hair and dress (we loved her hair and were neutral on the dress), but everyone was unanimous on her eye makeup: major win. We saw the same silver shadow at 3.1 Phillip Lim at NYFW. Start

Kelly Osbourne/InStyle.com

Kelly Osbourne/InStyle.com

again with ColorOn’s Platinum & Pearls from the Metallics Variety Kit, but confine the shadows to just above the crease. Then, layer on ColorOn’s Smooth Patina Silver Shimmer loose mineral pigment, a medium-grey shimmer, bringing it into the corners of the eye and below the lower lash line. Use black mascara on upper and lower lashes in equal measure. Grooms brows, add a hint of creamy rose blush, and go for major impact with a deep rose-red satin lipstick.

Kelly Osbourne: Kelly Osbourne has been rocking various shades of grey hair in an effort to “give her hair a break” from bleaching it blonde, but for the GRAMMYs, added a lavender tint that matched her makeup for a monochrome look that was surprisingly delicate and feminine. The only other color she used was the metallic gold and bronze eye makeup, very similar to the look seen on the runway at Mara Hoffman. Use ColorOn’s Bronze Goddess, a shimmery gold and glimmering deep brown that combine to create a rich bronzed look, from the Metallics Variety Kit. A deep topaz brown liner and multiple coats of mascara to the top lashes, concentrating most heavily on the lashes at the outer third of the eyes create the sexy, heavy lidded look, with just a touch of mascara on the lower lashes. A swirl of mauve-y lavender blush and a satin pink lipstick with definite lavender undertones complete the look.

Rihanna/InStyle.com

Rihanna/InStyle.com

Rihanna: When people finally stopped gasping at her custom-designed, plunging Armani dress, they took note of her newly blonde shag and gorgeous caramel-colored makeup with smokey brown eye makeup just like that shown on multiple NYFW runways visited by makeup artists Charlotte Tilbury and Francois Nars. You can get a similar look using ColorOn’s Gypsy, for a deep sultry eye with rich hues of metallic mocha and a wash of frothy shimmering white from the Metallics Variety Kit. Use an eyeliner brush to grab the extra creamy mineral shadow from the cover sheet and line under the lower lashes, then add black mascara and black kohl on the inner rims of the eyes. A golden-toned bronzer topped with a swirl of pink blush and pale pinkish-nude satin lipstick complete the look.

All of the colors mentioned can be combined and purchased as a Custom Kit, or you can instead buy the Variety Kit in which they’re featured. Either way, same price. Need a tutorial? Watch the video on the website for application tips and tricks.

And now, the Winner’s Circle. This week’s lucky eVIP to win our random drawing for a free 10-application Custom Kit is  Jeanavette Kucharski of Hobe Sound, Florida. She’ll be watching her mailbox next to see what beautiful surprise we send her. As always, we encourage our Winners Circle members to post their experiences on our Facebook Fan Page once they’ve had time to play with their new makeup, so that all of you get the benefit of real feedback on the products. Not an eVIP? Sign up now on the website.

Sunday is the Academy Awards! Will we be watching? Most likely. Will we be talking about it in the next blog post? Most definitely!

NYFW Looks We Love and/or Loathe; and The Winners Circle

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Derek Lam by Tom Pechaux

Derek Lam by Tom Pecheux

Oh, the joys of trolling the Web for close-ups of the makeup and hairstyles from New York Fashion Week. Such sensory overload! The excitement of seeing a gorgeous face and makeup we want to wear, a new lipstick color we can’t wait to get our hands on, relief that we get to keep the eyebrows we’ve allowed to grow back, the surprise at how many makeup artists eschewed mascara, total awe at the artistry of  Charlotte Tilbury’s stunning metallic eye makeup for Prabal Gurung (totally runway, not real way), complete dismay at Barbie-inspired makeup, Mr. Spock eyebrows, and how brown smokey eyes and “wet look” hair at Cushnie et Ochs looks great on one model and a total fashion disaster on the next.

So, here we go with the the rundown. And let us tell you, we’ve left out the looks that were so ridiculous that they deserve their own post titled, “Sorry, But Not Even On Halloween.”

Derek Lam by Tom Pechaux

Derek Lam by Tom Pecheux

Love it: Derek Lam. What gorgeous makeup! Of course, we’re heavily biased in our enthusiasm over the fact that such emphasis was placed on eye makeup this season, but Estee Lauder’s Tom Pecheux created a smokey burgundy that looked gorgeous on models with a wide range of skin tones, as you can see here. He also used two different colors of mascara — black on the top lashes and brown on the lower lashes, “to both soften and open up the gaze.” He finished the look with a soft rosy lipstick that picked up the same hues in the eye shadows; the finished look was absolutely luscious.  You can approximate this smokey burgundy eye look by starting with ColorOn’s El instant eye shadow from the Bestsellers Variety Kit, a gradient soft pink and chocolate brown that combine to create a smokey deep mauve. Top it with a bit of our Smooth Black Star Red Shimmer loose mineral pigment, a black and red shimmer that becomes a dark golden wine tone.

Barbie. Seriously,

Barbie. Seriously.

Loathe It: Barbie. Do we even need to explain why this is just wrong on every level?

Narciso Rodriguez

Narciso Rodriguez

Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott

Also, loathed the un-blended matte lemon yellow eye shadow and uninspired black eyeliner at Narciso Rodriguez, and heap scorn on the makeup and hair at Jeremy Scott. That’s not even trying — that’s just for shock value, and it doesn’t take any talent.

Love It/Loathe It: Prabal Gurung. It’s technically stunning, amazing, makeup artistry that can truly be labeled “art.” And you couldn’t wear it anywhere. It exists in the vacuum of the haute couture runway.

Prabal Gurung by Charlotte Tilbury

Prabal Gurung by Charlotte Tilbury

Charlotte Tilbury was inspired by the array of colors seen in bird feathers when creating this peacock effect. She blended teal shadow all over the lids and through the brows, then detailed the lower lashes with copper brown for rich dimension. She finished by tracing an electric blue kohl pencil in the inner corners and smudging it under the brow bones. For a highly toned-down variation, you could use ColorOn’s Avatare instant eye shadow, shimmering prismatically across the eyelid from a deep glittering navy to a bright pop of citron and back to sky blue, then adding a copper liner or shadow under the lower lashes to get the same pop of dimensional contrast. Avatare is only available in our Custom Kits.

Anna Sui by Pat McGrath

Anna Sui by Pat McGrath

Love it: Anna Sui. Statement eye liner was another huge trend this time around, much of it of the heavy and black variety. For some reason, this cobalt-blue, flicked-up eyeliner by Pat McGrath is playful yet sophisticated, a bit outrageous but wearable and modern. Will you be able to get away with the same tiny blue dots that are aligned under models’ pupils for an eye-opening touch? Probably not at the office.

Rachel Zoe

Rachel Zoe

Love It: Rachel Zoe. Here’s the heavy and black variety of eye liner, and we think it was the best of the bunch. The very Warhol-esque liner is at the lash line and in the crease, a look you could reproduce with ColorOn’s Art Gothika instant eye shadow, with its glittering silver and shimmering black liners laying artistically across the eyelid to create a midnight multi-tonal look. With the arched, sculpted brows, contoured cheeks, nude lip and long center-parted hair, this vibe was very Verushka.

Zac Posen

Zac Posen

Gemma Kahng

Gemma Kahng

Loathe It: Zac Posen and Gemma Kahng. What’s with the Mr. Spock brows? The rest of the makeup couldn’t be more opposite, with the remainder of the eye at Zac Posen so overdone and overdrawn it looked like a bad eye job, and the look even more alien at Gemma Kahng. We don;t expect to see either look on the street unless we stumble accidentally into a cliche, the Trekkie Convention. Comic-Con IS coming up…

Love It/Loathe It: Cushnie et Ochs. We’ve always been a fan of creating the smokey eye in shades other than black, and brown can be a great daytime substitute, as well as making blue eyes pop.

Cushnie et Ochs, yes!

Cushnie et Ochs, yes!

Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury (her again!) smudged a brown velvet kohl over the entire eyelid and into the lashes, then applied a platinum metallic pigment to highlight the inner corners. It was an inventive trick that made traditional brown more brilliant. Then it was paired with wet-look hair, and on the model to the left, it works.

Cushnie et Ochs, no!

Cushnie et Ochs, no!

But on the model to the right, something goes horribly wrong with all of the very same elements. If nothing else, a cautionary tale. Sometimes a look you love just isn’t going to love you back. Try this look by pairing ColorOn’s Gypsy from the Metallics Variety Kit with Smooth Arctic Silver Shimmer loose mineral pigment in the inner corners of the eyes. And don’t even attempt the hair. They all just looked greasy, not wet.

L'Wren Scott by Aaron de Mey

L'Wren Scott by Aaron de Mey

Phillip Lim 3.1 by Francelle Daly

Phillip Lim 3.1 by Francelle Daly

Love It: We also loved the eye makeup at L’Wren Scott, Phillip Lim 3.1, Jill Stuart, Proenza Schouler, and Gucci Westman’s total look for Oscar de la Renta.

Jill Stuart

Jill Stuart

Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler

Oscar de la Renta by Gucci Westman

Oscar de la Renta by Gucci Westman

Love It: Announcing we have another name to add to the Winners Circle — Julie Swett of Corvallis, Montana. She’ll be watching her mailbox for the free 10-application Custom Kit we’ll be sending her. As always, we encourage our Winners Circle members to post their experiences on our Facebook Fan Page once they’ve had time to play with their new makeup, so that all of you get the benefit of real feedback on the products. Not an eVIP? Sign up now on the website.

We know we promised last week that this week we would talk abut the Grammys; NYFW derailed us with all the excesses and excessive coverage. We’ll do our Grammy post-mortem next week, and then it’s on to the Oscars!

Have a wonderful long weekend if you have Monday off for the President’s Day holiday.

Bright + Smokey; Valentine Eyes; Winner’s Circle: Happy Friday!

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Olivia Palermo/InStyle.com

Olivia Palermo/InStyle.com

Welcome to another jam-packed Friday blog post from ColorOn! We’ve some on-trend smokey eyes to show you, created with a palette of bright colors in a range of happy tones, resulting in a sexy-yet-wide-eyed look; quite the interesting juxtaposition. It’s a very alluring look, as you can see…

Olivia Palermo/Brown and Metallic Purple: New York Fashion Week media darling and front-row habitue Olivia Palermo creates a modified Cat’s-Eye makeup using a muted brown based and layering metallic purple shadow over it, blending it to jut out only slightly on the edges. She also smudged the same shadow along the lower lash line, drawing it upwards towards the tail of the eyebrow. This creates a shapely but less harsh effect than true cat’s-eye liner. Start with ColorOn’s Ibiza instant eye shadow from the Bestsellers Variety Kit, with its gradient brown and beige as your base, then layer on our Smooth Purple Royale Shimmer. Black mascara and barely there cheek and lip color allow the eye makeup to work its magic, bringing out the different shades of brown in her eyes.

Jayma Mays/Yellow and Green: At the SAG Awards, Jayma Mays wore a gorgeous long-sleeved  sequined grey/black gown — very severe, very sexy — setting off her red hair and fair coloring.

Jayma Mays/InStyle.com

Jayma Mays/InStyle.com

So her bright green and yellow smoked shadows and black eyeliner really popped, bringing out the copper flecks in her hazel brown eyes. You can recreate this look by choosing Envy, a gradient green and yellow instant eye shadow combination from the Naturally Warmer Variety Kit, confining the intense color from lash line to the crease, winging it out just a bit along the curve of the brow bone at the outer corner of the eyes. Deep black eyeliner, either liquid, pencil, or using our ColorOn Smooth Black Shimmer loose mineral pigment, is drawn along the upper and lower lash lines, encircling the entire eye. Lots of black mascara, with an extra coat or two on the lashes at the outer third of each eye, will give a good approximation of her partial false eyelashes. The rest of the face is very neutral, offsetting all the color around the eye and her vivid hair. And contrary to Old School rules, Jayma’s creamy pink blush and lipstick do not clash with her fiery hair.

Mila Kunis/Plums and Lilac: Mila Kunis looks fresh and modern with her deep smokey plum, purple, and silvery lavender shadows concentrated on the lid and brow bone, and the pale shimmery lavender below the eye.

Mila Kunis/InStyle.com

Mila Kunis/InStyle.com

The same look can be achieved using ColorOn’s Fairy Pink, a sexy smokey eye in the shimmer sunset shades of dusky pink, smokey amethyst and deep merlot, from the Dreams Variety Kit.Use a domed shadow brush or an eyeliner brush (depending on how thick you want it) to take some of the creamy mineral shadow and line under the lower lashes. Finish with black eyeliner inside the waterline and plenty of mascara. Mila keeps her blush and lipgloss in the same color family, but very light and sheer.

And even though it’s just four days away, we have to mention the Limited Edition Valentine’s Kits: Lavender Love, Sweet Heart, and Sexy Valentine, which come with everything you need to create a special look for this especially romantic holiday, or perhaps for your anniversary, or maybe just hold them in reserve for when you’re feeling like it’s time for something very special…

Lavender Love's "Peace & Love" instant eye shadow

Lavender Love's "Peace & Love" instant eye shadow

Lavender Love: A playful look in purple, this lavender-and-amethyst shadow combination sends a heartfelt message of peace and love. Beautiful amethyst shadow adorns your eyelid, shading to sweet lavender on your brow bone, highlighted with plummy peace signs and hearts. The kit comes with three sets of “Peace and Love” instant eye shadows, our shimmering Setting Powder #2, and a pot of our loose mineral Metallic Silver Glitter. What better way to promote peace and love that with a look that says it all?
Sweet Heart's "Deeply in Love" instant eye shadow

Sweet Heart's "Deeply in Love" instant eye shadow

Sweet Heart: Like Valentine’s candy for your eyes, this cotton-candy pink design has it all: white polka dots on a field of pretty pink for your lids, shading to a sweep of the same kissable color on your brow bone, adorned with two white hearts outlined in red. Close your eyes, and he’ll feel the love. The kit comes with three sets of “Deeply in Love” instant eye shadows, our shimmering Setting Powder #2, and a pot of our loose mineral Metallic Silver Glitter. Your sweetheart will know just how you feel without you ever saying a word!
Sexy Valentine in Blue

Sexy Valentine in Blue

Sexy Valentine: For a very grown-up Valentine’s Day, tell your sweetheart like it is with these slightly naughty eye looks.
Sexy Valentine in Green

Sexy Valentine in Green

Start that special conversation with your eyes, and never say a word. One look says it all: Very. Sexy. Beautiful shades of honeysuckle pink, vibrant turquoise, and bright chartreuse with black polka dots adorn your lids, below those two very important words, one on each brow bone.
Sexy Valentine in Pink

Sexy Valentine in Pink

Metallic Silver Glitter

Metallic Silver Glitter

The kit comes with shimmery Setting Powder #2 and a pot of our loose mineral Metallic Silver Glitter.

Remember that ColorOn…Professional is THE ORIGINAL, patented instant eye shadow applicator product. All similar products on the market are inferior and many are even patent infringements. We are:

  •  The original 24-hour eye shadows.
  • ColorOn is Waterproof.
  • ColorOn has a built-in primer.
  • ColorOn instant eye shadows start your day and last through the night.

Need a tutorial? Watch the video on the website for application tips and tricks.

And last — but never, ever least — the Winner’s Circle. This week’s lucky eVIPto  winner in our random drawing for a free 10-application Custom Kit is Sherine Patrick of Brooklyn, New York.  She’ll be watching her mailbox next to see what beautiful surprise we send her. As always, we encourage our Winners Circle members to post their experiences on our Facebook Fan Page once they’ve had time to play with their new makeup, so that all of you get the benefit of real feedback on the products. Not an eVIP? Sign up now on the website.

Have a fabulous Fashion Week, if you’re watching the coverage, and remember The Grammy Awards are on Sunday night. We’ll be talking about what we thought of the makeup and looks there in the next post! The Grammy’s are always good for a fashion excess or six, so it’s certainly never a dull moment. We’re hotly anticipating what Nikki Minaj will wear; she’s a living, breathing avatar for the wild excesses of fashion and beauty that pop up in our minds and are dismissed as impossible if we want to stay employed. And will Katy Perry’s hair still be blue? We need to know!

Heavy Metals at SAG, Valetine’s Kits, and the Winners Circle!

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Viola Davis/Jeff Vespa-WireImage

Viola Davis/Jeff Vespa-WireImage

We’re going to pack a lot into this post! The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards were last Sunday, and some of the stars seemed to shine just a bit brighter at the awards bestowed by their peers. Perhaps it was also that the Red Carpet had them facing the late afternoon sun (California time; full-on evening drag at 4:00 PM), and it burnished them like Goddesses. The gowns were truly outstanding, and there were many more “hits” than “misses.” Here are a few of our favorites:

Viola Davis: With golden eye makeup to match her stunning Marchesa gold-embroidered, Grecian-style gown, Best Actress for “The Help,” Viola Davis absolutely shined. ColorOn’s 14 Karat instant eye shadow from the Metallics Variety Kit will give you the same look, and is highly pigmented enough for even the deepest skin tones. All of our instant eye shadows have an intense color payoff of the creamy mineral shadows for just that reason. Winged black eye liner, a sweep of matte bronzer, and a sheer copper gloss complete her “heavy metal”  look.

Archie Panjabi/Steve Granitz-WireImage

Archie Panjabi/Steve Granitz-WireImage

Archie Panjabi: The exotic actress, part of the cast of the TV series “The Good Wife,” but always remembered as the bride from “Bend it Like Beckham,” went to the opposite end of the metal spectrum, using platinum, silver, and pewter to create a smokey eye that pops instead of recedes, complementing her Carolina Herrera onyx one-shoulder silk tuxedo gown and major diamond tassel earrings. You can get a similar look by starting with ColorOn’s Platinum & Pearls from the Metallics Variety Kit, then using our Smooth Patina Silver Shimmer loose minerals as a contour, and Smooth Black Star Blue Shimmer along the lash line. Instead of the strip of false lashes (unless you’re REALLY good with them), apply an extra coat or two of mascara to the lashes at the outer third of the eye, allowing the lashes to dry between coats. A pop of color with a satiny raspberry lipstick, and you’ve duplicated the same elegant look.

Amber Heard/John Shearer-WireImage

Amber Heard/John Shearer-WireImage

Amber Heard: “The Playboy Club” actress has been lauded all season for her award show fashion choices, and the SAG Awards were no different. But instead of her usual “Old Hollywood” hair and makeup, she opted for a contemporary updo and monochromatic bronzed makeup that made her green eyes really pop and were a perfect foil for her black Zac Posen gown with plenty of strategic cutouts.

You can achieve the same look with ColorOn’s Bronze Goddess instant eye shadow from the Metallics Variety Kit, bringing the shadow all the way up to the brow, and using the extra creamy mineral shadow from the cover film to line below the lower lash line, totally encircling the eye. Black mascara, a bronzed highlighter on the tops of the cheekbones, and a matte nude lip with pink undertones balance out the metallic eye without going overboard. A shimmer or shiny  lipgloss or lipstick would have been too much. The trick with metallics and shimmers is to pick just one feature or area of concentration. Otherwise you risk looking like you just escaped from MTV circa the 1980s.

Of course, we have to mention the Limited Edition Valentine’s Kits: Lavender Love, Sweet Heart, and Sexy Valentine, which come with everything you need to create a special look for this especially romantic holiday.

Lavender Love's "Peace & Love" instant eye shadow

Lavender Love's "Peace & Love" instant eye shadow

Lavender Love: A playful look in purple, this lavender-and-amethyst shadow combination sends a heartfelt message of peace and love. Beautiful amethyst shadow adorns your eyelid, shading to sweet lavender on your brow bone, highlighted with plummy peace signs and hearts. The kit comes with three sets of “Peace and Love” instant eye shadows, our shimmering Setting Powder #2, and a pot of our loose mineral Metallic Silver Glitter. What better way to promote peace and love that with a look that says it all?
Sweet Heart's "Deeply in Love" instant eye shadow

Sweet Heart's "Deeply in Love" instant eye shadow

Sweet Heart: Like Valentine’s candy for your eyes, this cotton-candy pink design has it all: white polka dots on a field of pretty pink for your lids, shading to a sweep of the same kissable color on your brow bone, adorned with two white hearts outlined in red. Close your eyes, and he’ll feel the love. The kit comes with three sets of “Deeply in Love” instant eye shadows, our shimmering Setting Powder #2, and a pot of our loose mineral Metallic Silver Glitter. Your sweetheart will know just how you feel without you ever saying a word!
Sexy Valentine in Blue

Sexy Valentine in Blue

Sexy Valentine: For a very grown-up Valentine’s Day, tell your sweetheart like it is with these slightly naughty eye looks.
Sexy Valentine in Green

Sexy Valentine in Green

Start that special conversation with your eyes, and never say a word. One look says it all: Very. Sexy. Beautiful shades of honeysuckle pink, vibrant turquoise, and bright chartreuse with black polka dots adorn your lids, below those two very important words, one on each brow bone.
Sexy Valentine in Pink

Sexy Valentine in Pink

Metallic Silver Glitter

Metallic Silver Glitter

The kit comes with shimmery Setting Powder #2 and a pot of our loose mineral Metallic Silver Glitter.

Remember that ColorOn…Professional is THE ORIGINAL, patented instant eye shadow applicator product. All similar products on the market are inferior and many are even patent infringements. We are:

  •  The original 24-hour eye shadows.
  • ColorOn is Waterproof.
  • ColorOn has a built-in primer.
  • ColorOn instant eye shadows start your day and last through the night.

Need a tutorial? Watch the video on the website for application tips and tricks.

Now, the Winner’s Circle. This week’s lucky eVIP to win our random drawing for a free 10-application Custom Kit is Denia Baron of Lafayette, Louisiana. She’ll be watching her mailbox next to see what beautiful surprise we send her. As always, we encourage our Winners Circle members to post their experiences on our Facebook Fan Page once they’ve had time to play with their new makeup, so that all of you get the benefit of real feedback on the products. Not an eVIP? Sign up now on the website.

Have a glorious week!