I blogged about YSL Pure Chromatics No 9 HERE. And now we have YSL Pure Chromatics No 8. It is a shimmery collection of champagne, golden beige, copper brown and olive green.
According to Sephora’s website:
What it is:
Water-activated eye shadow palettes in colors that transform into a radiant, intense, metallic finish.
What it does:
These eye shadows can be used dry, like a traditional eye shadow, for a subtle shimmering effect, or wet, for a full-intensity pigment metallic finish. These remarkable properties give everyone the freedom to create any kind of eye look from simple to dramatic in seconds.
What else you need to know:
Yves Saint Laurent labs have invented the “water process” Pure Chromatics eye shadow. This process uses water, in place of a solvent, to develop the formula. Once pigments are mixed with water, dry, pure-pigmented powders are left with a very high level of shimmer.
And now for swatches…
For the FOTD, I used all four colors. The champagne shade on the inner corners and brow bone. The golden beige on the lid. The copper brown on the crease line blending upwards. And the olive green shade on the outer V.
Clarins Beauty Flash Balm – as primer
Guerlain ‘Lingerie de Peau’ Compact Foundation SPF 20 in 04 Beige Moyen – applied with Shiseido ‘Perfect’ Foundation Brush
Guerlain By Emilio Pucci Météorites Perles D’azur Illuminating Powder – Pure Radiance – dusted lightly to set the foundation; using Guerlain By Emilio Pucci Powder Brush
YSL Pure Chromatics No. 8 – applied dry
Laura Mercier ‘Tightline’ Cake Eyeliner in Black Ebony
Bobbi Brown Lash Glamour Extreme Lengthening Mascara
Le Metier de Beaute Limited-Edition Blush Kit Kaleidoscope (last shade) – Chanel Blush Brush #4
Le Métier de Beauté ‘Colour Core’ Moisture Stain Lipstick in Summerland topped with Le Métier de Beauté Lip Crème in Papaye Creme