In my quest to find out as much as I can about Le Metier de Beaute’s eye kaleidoscopes since its birth (check out my pinterest board on this HERE), I came across this kit that is called Crochet and in some it was called Tunisian Trist. Now there’s nothing on the internet explaining the change in name or explanation as to why it was called two things. But judging by the pictures, it is my kind of colors.
Also I found out that the palette/look can be replicated as the colors are available in the permanent collection. From top to bottom the colors are Refresh Eye Brightening and Setting Powder, Rose Champagne, Nutmeg and Bourdeaux. I used Laura Mercier’s Eye Basics in Wheat to prep my lid and Le Metier de Beaute Dualistic Eye Pencil in Champagne as base. Using Le Metier de Beaute’s Eyeliner Brush, I patted Refresh all over the lid from lash line to the brow bone. Followed by Rose Champagne and Nutmeg on the lid. I patted Bourdeaux closer to the lash line and blended upwards. Next I blended the crease using wiper motion to blend out the harsh line then highlighted the brow bone with Refresh. Next I applied a very thin line close to the lash line using the Precision Eyeliner in Noir then applied mascara.
Other products used are:
Le Métier de Beauté ‘Peau Vierge Anti Aging Complex’ Tinted Treatment SPF 20 in 03 Medium/Dark
Guerlain Rouge Automatique in 104 Jicky
Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer Kit in Honey
Laura Mercier Eye Basics in Wheat
Guerlain ‘Terracotta Sun Shimmer’ Highlighting Blush in 02 Sunny Pink
Noir G de Guerlain Mascara
Le Metier de Beaute Precision Liquid Eyeliner in Noir
Le Metier de Beaute Dualistic Eye Pencil in Champagne
Le Metier de Beaute Brow Bound Eyebrow Pencil in Fawn
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