All Over Colour
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This creamy and nourishing formula can be worn alone or mixed together for a custom shade. Use the all over colour on lips, cheeks and eyes for an endless variety of results. It goes on beautifully when applied with the fingers, especially gently dabbed on your skin or lips. Use the warmth of your skin´s fingertips and apply sparingly and blend out. Repeat application for a more intense colour on lips or cheeks. For more shimmer or a slightly softer colour, apply the bronzelighter or strobelighter over any colour. The pigments are very concentrated so a little goes a long way. Preferred application technique – fingertips or lip/foundation brush.
Ricinus communis (castor) seed oil*, prunus amygdalus dulcis (sweet almond) oil*, cera alba (beeswax)*, butyrospermum parkii (shea butter), caprylic/capric trigliceryde (from coconut oil), mica, copernicia cerifera (carnauba) wax*, prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil*, tocopheryl acetate (non-gmo), tocopherol (non-gmo vitamin e), [+/- ci 77491, ci 77492, ci 77891, ci 77499, ci 15850, ci 19140]. *certified organic
Multi use for: cheeks, lips and eyes*.
Details: creamy finish and buildable colour pay-off.
Shelf life unopened: at least 31 months.
Shelf life opened: 6 months.
Storage: avoid direct sunlight or near sources of heat. Tightly close lids on products when they are not in use.
Chamoisee: “the must-have no-colour colour”
This earthy neutral expresses modernism and subtleness. This must-have shade can be used for giving lips and cheeks a neutral, polished finish. The shade has the perfect “no-colour colour” and is close to the natural tone of your lips. Applied on your lips this perfect shade will make your skin look alive and bring out the colour of your eyes. You can also try and pair with a smoky eye to create a subtle yet chic statement look. The shade is both warm and cold and if used as a blush it can flatter both fair to medium complexions.
Alizarin: "a deep contemporary cool classic red”
This must-have shade is deep classic red that has cooler undertones than ikura. When it comes to makeup, nothing rivals the power of a red shade. If you want to go with a stained lip, feel free to be generous with the blush of your choice. Are you in the mood for that perfect statement red lip then keep the rest of your make-up natural. It’s all about balance. For that fresh outdoor-look, just dab it gently on lips and cheeks. If you wish, add a hint of fuchsine to take to the bluer side.
Fuschine: “a rich fuchsia pink suitable for a statement look and deeper skin tones”
This gorgeous shade can be just the colour you’re looking for to add a splash of feminine flair to your everyday makeup routine. Try to keep it simple. With fuchsine applied on your face or lips, you can go easy on the eye makeup. This is also a great alternative when you need something bold and daring but don’t want bright red – it’s also a perfect spring and summer alternative to a classic red lip. If you want to soften this shade mix a little bit of densuke into it, which will give it a more nude-y finish. Perfect shade for deeper skin tones applied both on lips and cheeks.
Densuke: “a subtle peachy coral for modern freshness”
Densuke is a magical peachy/coral shade and is a lighter and softer version of sanguinello. It is a mix between soft red and orange, a warm colour that instantly brightens the face. This shade can appear more coral red/pink on some skin tones and lips, and more coral orange on others, it depends on your own undertone or your skin´s ph. You can gently dab this shade shade on your lips, cheeks and eyes for the sporty and fresh look or apply it on your cheeks and eyes and match it with a warm, neutral lip colour. You can add a touch of the bronzelighter on top, which will warm up the colour and help balance out the skin. Whether you choose a subtle finish or a more bold finish, keep the rest of your face simple – a few coats of black mascara, some strobelighter and bronzelighter are the best accessories.
Etruscan: "A neutral antique rose pink hue with earthy undertones"
There’s nothing more timeless than an antique rose. It’s the closest colour to a natural flush, and the best choice when you want that “just fresh” look. A rose pink blush is always a good starting point. You can easily dab this shade on cheeks and lips for that perfect flawless natural look.
Kobicha: "an intense brown with neutral undertones"
This is a universally flattering hue that anyone can pull off. This versatile shade of brown can suit anyone from very fair skin to darker skin tones, depending on your choice of look. You can use it as a cream bronzer without shimmer or a contour cream to define your features. Wearing this shade on your lips you can create everything from the natural everyday makeup look or the '90s influenced style. You can choose to softly define your lips or the bold statement look with deep defined lips and dramatic features. Please take note that since our products are made with natural delicate ingredients this can sometimes allow for subtle variations during production.
Mangosteen: "A rich, deep blackish red-purple shade that darkens things up"
Dabbed on your cheeks and lips it appears as a subtle aubergine, lending a cool-toned tint to your desired areas. The shade deepens with repeat application and builds up to a rich, dimensional blackish red-purple. This beautiful shade suits almost everyone who is looking to darken things up. A little goes a very long way. It is especially great for those who want to create the statement lip as well as for anyone with deeper skin tones where it appears more neutral. You can also use mangosteen to darken up your regular favourite lip colour. Fresh glowing skin, simple eyebrows and a few coats of mascara are all you’ll need to combine. Mangosteen can work on both darker complexions and fair skin - you can use different ideas to play around to see what works for you. Please take note that since our products are made with natural delicate ingredients this can sometimes allow for subtle variations during production.
Bisque: “A barely-there, peachy-beige hue with a touch of warmth”
This barely-there, peachy-beige hue with a touch of warmth is perfect for that weird transitional season when it's not-quite summer, not-quite autumn. Toeing the line between beige, pink, brown and subtle orange, bisque suits everyone and gives your face a fresh look. Apply on lips, cheeks and eyes to bring instant natural warmth. A swipe of neutral colour on your lips is enough to enhance your appearance. Add a touch of bronzelighter roseate to heat up your complexion.
Kunaberi: "A natural irresistible burgundy red reminiscent of cranberries. A true statement colour"
Kuranberi is a deep, sophisticated cranberry red shade with slightly cooler undertones than alizarin. In addition to being universally flattering, kuranberi’s blue undertones make your teeth appear brighter and whiter. It’s an irresistible colour associated with power and ambition that has completely changed the makeup game. If you want to go with a stained lip, apply the blush of your choice generously. When in the mood for that perfect statement red lip, just keep the rest of your make-up natural – it’s all about balance. For a fresh outdoor-look, dab kuranberi gently on lips and cheeks. And if you wish to push things gently to the bluer side, just add a hint of fuchsine.
Manketti: "A creamy café au lait hue that gives you the flexibility to personalize your makeup."
This creamy café au lait hue is the perfect starting point for any look as it gives you the flexibility to personalize your makeup. With its sandy beige tone, manketti is close to the natural colour of your lips. It makes your skin look alive and brings out the colour of your eyes. Use it to impart a neutral, polished finish on your lips, cheeks and eyes. You can also layer it with other neutral tones or splash your favourite colour on it to give your appearance an air of relaxed confidence. For a subtle yet chic statement look, just add a touch of complexion-warming bronzelighter roseate and pair with a smoky eye. Manketti is a lighter, more neutral version of chamoisee, and warm and cold at the same time. When used as a blush or cream bronzer it flatters fair to light complexions.