Thursday, December 5, 2013

Kat Von D Spellbinding Palette

I've been doing looks with this palette for a while now and I don't think I've come close to coming up with all the possible combinations. So I am going to post a bunch of looks that I hope will give you a good sense of the range of this palette. 

The KVD Spellbinding palette is a mix of old and new colours. If you have all her other palettes chances are you already have some of these colours. I really like all the colours in this palette. Unlike most of her palettes there is no plain black, but the two dark colours--Dark throne and Oddfellow, are really great. You will be able to do some nice daytime work looks or more daring smoky or colourful looks. The palette is big so it might not be the best for travel, unless you have a big makeup bag. 

I did not swatch the colours but I think you can see them pretty well in the looks.
KVD Precious lash to brow,
KVD Piaf lash to crease,
KVD Babe in crease and blended down,
KVD Holy Bible inner corner,
KVD Odfellow wet lined top and bottom,

CHEEKS: Tarte dollface blush
LIPS: Tarte Lipsurgence in Energy

 EYES all KVD: UD eden primer,
Galore lash to brow,
Queen in crease and outer corner,
Dark Throne wet lined on top dry on bottom,
IT cosmetics mascara.

CHEEKS: Tarte Darling blush
LIPs: Tarte Lipsurgence in Grateful

Instaglam lash to brow, Stupid autocorrect outer half and into crease, Dark Throne wet lined.

Countess under brow, Birdcage inner corner, Gunner outer half, 8bit in crease, dark throne outer corner, Tarte black liner, Tarte Dollface blush.

This would be a great look to wear to see Catching Fire!
Smile now under brow, Sunset blvd inner corner (this is a really sheer glittery gold), Fallen middle of lid, WTF outer corner and into crease, Cry Later outer corner, Bare Minerals liquid liner in Black.

Arcadia lash to brow, Wonderland outer half and into crease, Oddfellow wet lined on top, dry on bottom. 

Holy Bible inner corner and under brow, Dark Throne lash into crease on outer 1/2, Bukowski middle of lid and blended into dark throne, Oddfellow wet lined on top.
You can really see how blue Bukowski is in the last picture.






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