Sorcery Eyeshadow Palette
Product and Shade Description
Each playful edit of buttery smooth eyeshadows are housed in a customisable compact, allowing you to mix and match your own unique colour story.
In this palette:
Troubadour: Deep, inky teal
Grotto: Rich, emerald green
Madrigal: Blackened, antique green gold
Mercurial: A prismatic ‘green to heather’ duochrome
Mage: Pale, silvery sage green/grey with icy blue, pink, gold and green pearls
Swansong: Rich, sapphire blue
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 Mage all over the eyelid using Seamless Blend Brush No.7, making sure to blend the colour out at the socket line. Use an angled brush to trace the top lash line with Troubadour, keeping the line slightly fuller at the outer corner of the eye. Dissolve the line into the lashes about 3⁄4 of the way into the eye. Soften the line with Brush No.15. Connect the line from the outer corner of the eye to the bottom lashes using Troubadour with No.15, keeping the edges smoky.
For a bold, look... Start by sculpting out the shape of the eye using Troubadour with Seamless Blend Brush No.8 at the outer corner of the eye and into the socket. Seamlessly blend the edges with Brush No.9. Apply Madrigal boldly all across the lid from the inner corner to the centre using Brush No. 7, before applying Grotto for an emerald look (or Swansong for a sapphire look) from the centre to the outer corner of the eye with Brush No.7. Make the inner corner of the eye pop by applying Mercurial with Brush No. 14.
Line the lower lash line with Grotto using Brush No. 15 and add a touch of Troubadour to the outer edge.