As I mentioned in my review and swatches of the new Studio Gear True Eye Artistry Palettes (found here), the swatches just didn’t do these shadows justice on my medium-toned skin. So… I used that as an excuse to play with these awesome palettes!
For this look, I used the Studio Gear True Nude Matte Eye Artistry Palette. The back of the box says you can play up your features “for a beautifully polished yet barely there look.” That description is spot-on- but don’t let the words “barely there” fool you! While the shades are neutral, they are quite pigmented, so blending is very easy.
This is definitely going to be a go-to palette for every day wear- it will allow me to feel polished, without looking overly made up. It’s so versatile, and the shades can be worn with any blush, lipstick, or clothing. The best thing about Studio Gear cosmetics is that they are professional quality, but priced very reasonably. If you don’t already own a nude matte palette, you NEED this!!!
Other products used: Radical Skincare Radical Perfecting Fluid as primer, NARS All Day Weightless Luminous Foundation in Barcelona, Make Up For Ever HD Microfinish Powder, Kat Von D Shade Light palette for contour and highlight, NARS Blush in Deep Throat, Urban Decay Cream Eyeliner, Diorshow mascara, It Cosmetics Brow Power Universal Brow Pencil, and Bite Beauty lipstick in VIB Rouge.