Modern, unique, sometimes unexpected color combinations of eyeshadow shades. Worn alone or together, all Duo Eyeshadow shades feature micro-fine powders that are highly pigmented, longwearing and crease resistant. Color glides on smoothly, evenly and blends effortlessly. The effects can be subtle or smoldering -- the options are endless.
- "Best Overall Eyeshadow” 2011 InStyle "Best Beauty Buys”
- True color application
- Can be applied dry or with a dampened brush for stronger intensity.
- Multi-funtion use for shading, lining and highlighting the eyes.
- Classic, neutral, and fashion-forward shade pairings.
I try to take an unusual approach with the Duo Eyeshadows -- sometimes surprising, always interesting. The colors won't necessarily match in a traditional sense, but they will always make you think; always make you want to explore the different ways of using the two shades together.
I like using matte eyeshadows to create a smooth, velvety base before applying a shimmery shadow. One of my favorite combinations is applying the mauve side of Charade to the entire eyelid and then defining the crease with the matte plum side. This creates the perfect canvas for layering shimmering shades such as Fez or Cordura. –Uzo, International Makeup Stylist
Don't be intimidated by some of these pairings! Use the lighter shade as a base and the darker shade as a liner. Remember – there are no rules! –Magda Ogbe, National Makeup Stylist
Use a Duo Eyeshadow over your favorite Duo Cream Eyeshadow. You can create so many combinations of looks! –Shayna Shapiro, Lead Trainer