Adorn your eyes in a rich synergy of decadent colour - from lavender grey and smoked amethyst to pure violet.
Myth Palette takes its inspiration from the Mauve Decade and Victorian Gothic hues.
Wear these shades alone, washed across the lids, for wearable, beautiful clouds of colour, or dial up with the darker hues for a dramatic eye look.
“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.”
Eyeshadow Refills here
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 Mauve Decade all over the lid area using Seamless Blend Brush No.7. Gently buff Violet Stone into the outer corner of the eye with Brush No.8. Using an angled brush, press Nocturama into the lash line for soft definition.
For a bold look... Dial up the soft look by intensifying the contour at the outer corner of the eye and into the socket using Violet Stone. Smoke out the socket line with Victorian Trim with Brush No.8. Softly blend out any hard edges with Mauve Decade using Brush No. 9. Use the very point of Brush No.14 to apply Violet Stone right at the bottom lash line to create depth and definition with Nocturama at the outer section of the lash roots upper and lower. Apply Faded Amethyst to the centre of the lid with Brush No.7. Finish with Illusionism on the inner corner of the eye, taking it into the front of the eyelid