Like a steamy novela, this sultry, highly pigmented eyeshadow palette is todo drama. 12 velvety-smooth shades take you from niña buena to la más fierce in a single stroke. Nada de creasing here, only long-wearing smoldering looks! Embrace your love for prime-time drama and let your Novelera side show with these hot and sexy hues.
Why you'll love it
- 12 sexy, sultry shades take your look from zero to novela in a single swipe.
- Our long lasting formula keeps you fabulous all day (and night!) long.
- Dual-ended brush for precise application and blending.
- Infused with Jojoba Oil for intense color delivery with a velvety finish
How to use
Lighter Shades = Brow Bone, Inner Corner, and Center Point
These shades work best for highlighting and brightening! Your brow bone and inner corner are the ultimate highlighting areas while the center point of your lid attracts attention to the iris, making your peepers pop (and giving you a fake-awake effect if needed!). Shimmery shades add a dramatic highlight while milky mattes subtly brighten.
Medium Shades = Crease and outer inner lid
A medium toned shade in your crease will add dimension and increase definition. Sweep a medium shade into the part of your eyelid that sinks in the most, and be sure to blend it out to diffuse any harsh lines. For smoky eyeshadow looks, make sure you apply a medium shade to your outer V - the outer corner of your eyes and the very edge of your crease - before getting to work with a dark pigment for the perfect blend.
Deep Shades = Outer V and Lash Line
Deepest shades should be placed on your outer V — the outer corner of your eyes and the very edge of your crease - and your lower lash line. Blend the shadow up towards the tail of your brow for the illusion of a lifted eye. Harsh eyeliner not your style? No problem. Use a pencil brush to swipe a deeper hue across your upper lash line for softer definition.
Any Color = Lash Line
For a finished look, take the eyeshadow shade you have used in the majority of your look and blend it along your lash line. Use a pencil brush to precisely deliver pigment and use a smudger brush to buff it ou