Today, I am reviewing about a palette which i got as part of Vellvette Box!
Motives Mardi Gras Palette
A little about them
We know you’ve been dying to get “more colours”. We’ve heard you screaming out loud for “dramatic, adventurous colours”. Well, it’s time to freak out on the Motives Mardi Gras Pallette and have fun doing an eeny, meeny, miney, moe on which colour is the first to go (on)! And, in case you haven’t heard about the brand, Motives is the Buzzillions Reviewers’ Choice Awards and Beauty Olympic Gold winning American brand launched by Loren Ridinger, who’s on the Vogue List of Top 100 Most Influential Women in the world. The grapevine says that Jennifer Lopez and the Kardashian sisters absolutely swear by the Motives Make Up palettes.
How to use:Oooh, colours! We know the colour fairy in you is waltzing. . . So, thumb rule – light on the eyes, dark on the lips else dark on the eyes and light on the lips. One aspect of your face must stand out, but not all! You can choose to go soft all over though, if bright colours are not your game. . . So, go ahead, use the palette to create different looks using the 3 eye shadows, 3 lipsticks and 3 lip glosses in your Mardi Gras Palette. We suggest:Day Look – Sweep the champagne base over the lids upto your brow bone. Use the seawood green eye color starting at your lash line, blending up. Make sure to blend color into the lash line so the eye liner disappears. Stop deep color at crease. Keep lips nude. Evening look – Apply seawood green on the lower lid. Take a little quantity of old mauve and draw a thick line just above the eye liner. Blend it at the corners giving a strong V cut. Dab some coral lipstick to give a light neutral color to your lips. You are red carpet ready for a great evening!
Packaging & Price
I got this as part of my Vellvette box…It retails for 3050 and can be purchased from here
I can’t review this product as i have not used it at all… I sold it on my blog sale…Honestly speaking, I quite didn’t like the shades or finish so much…I have lot many other palettes which I use..So, kindly treat this blog post as a swatch of Motives Mardi Gras palette