Makeup pigments are the hardest products to incorporate in your makeup routine. However with a little creativity and patience you can work these loose shadows to achieve any effect! Here are five techniques to make the most of your pixie dust!
This look is perfect for evening dates and parties! Create a metallic finish on the lids by mixing any pigment with a little mixing medium or water. The paste-like consistency brings the pigment to a whole other textural level.
Mix any pigment with clear polish to create a custom nail lacquer. Control the intensity of the color by playing with the ratio of polish to pigment.
With mixing medium, a detailed liner brush, and a sealer to stop your graphic shape from transferring on your lids, a vibrant cat eye is just a flick away.
With the same idea in mind as nail polish, you can pretty much add a hint of loose pigment to your lip color. On a flat surface, mix a bit of pigment into clear gloss, gradually adding more to increase saturation.
Some of the more sun-kissed and flesh-toned pigments are gorgeous to use as highlighters above your cheekbones and dusted on the bridge of your nose. Buff away!
How do you use loose pigments?