Senna’s Pandora’s Box Eye Color Palette ($35) was a winter release but I think it’s just as suitable for spring. The smoky rose shades create a feminine, soft and sexy look with a bit of an edge.
The compact contains four powder eye shadows and one cream highlighter:
- Angelic Cream highlighter–a unique pinky lavendar cream highlighter
- Canvas -matte nude pink
- Sugar Plum – satin cinnamon rose
- Sculpt – matte mulberry
- Noir – matte smoky black
I created a soft spring look using Pandora’s Box and First Love lipstick.
I applied Angelic Cream to the brow bone and on the inner corners of the eye, then used Canvas, the matte nude pink as a base on the eye lid and in the crease. I layered Sugar Plum, a rosy bronze over that and in half of the crease. I used Sculpt, the matte mulberry shade in the crease to give some dimension and definition, then finished with Noir, the matte black to tightline.
To complete the look, I used First Love Velvet Lipstick ($22), a soft beige pink. Senna’s velvet lipsticks contain Vitamin E to hydrate and Kaolin and Silica minerals to diffuse light to help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. I really like this shade, especially for everyday. The finish is somewhere between glossy and matte–a satin if you will and they are highly pigmented. You will need to do some prep to make these lipsticks look their best. Iused a balm underneath them to help them glide a bit better. Also available is Lolita, a red rose.
SENNA Cosmetics was created in 1976 by Emmy nominated artist Eugenia Weston, Senna was the first professional makeup artist line to introduce more natural, wearable colors for ‘everyday’ women. Now Senna is the favorite of Hollywood film and television makeup pros, beauty editors, A-list celebrities and women of all ages and stages.