The powerful, warm tones of the Cinnabar Eyeshadow Palette are as if drawn from the earth itself.
A sophisticated, rich composition of warm based shades that deliver a myriad of looks - from light caramel to intense deep earthy browns and lustrous bronze.
I was inspired by the ancient natural pigments our earth has to offer, particularly historic paint colours and art, to create this full-bodied colour palette.
“Although each is already filled with its own unique colour story, my Eyeshadow Palettes are totally customisable. You can mix and match your own bespoke palette of shades.”
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Six Innovative Finishes
High performance, long-wearing powder eyeshadows in six signature finishes that are always flattering. From buttery Velvet to the smoothest, Seamless Matte imaginable.
Expertly crafted by Lisa, each palette’s colour story covers every mood - from the simplest, natural looks to dramatic, full glamour.
Each palette is a carefully curated colour story, elevated by the possibility of complete customisation.
Each shade is secured magnetically in the compact, with an easy pop-in and pop-out mechanism - allowing you to effortlessly interchange any shade between your Lisa Eldridge palettes or with the individual refills, to create your own bespoke collectible curation.
For a soft look...Apply Raw Sienna all over the lid using Seamless Blend Brush No.7. Carve out the socket line using Deep Ochre with Brush No.8. Create depth by shading Fired Earth into the outer edge of the socket using Brush No.14 and wrap round the eye and along the bottom lashes.
For a bold look... Dial up the soft look, building more depth at the outer corner with Fired Earth. Use Brush No. 14 to smoke Deep Ochre underneath the eye, starting at the outer corner and taking 3⁄4 of the way in, before intensifying the outer corner with Fired Earth. Apply Bronzite through the inner part of the lid and into the inner corner - and Lost Summer at the outer part. Finish by applying a pop of Ritual to the inner corner of the eye for an added pop, and bring the shimmer up through the front of the eye, just above the socket line to illuminate the inner eye contour.