As an artist, I typically use palettes more often than I use individual eyeshadows. I love having a variety of colors to work with because I can get way more creative with my looks. Plus, palettes are much easier to travel with. I always have that one go-to palette in my kit that I use constantly. The Sigma Warm Neutrals Volume 2 Palette  is currently my go-to. I have used it every single day since I received it in the mail, on myself and my clients. It is extremely versatile.

For $39.00 you get 12 rich, warm hue eyeshadows. There is a variety of mattes, frosts, shimmers, and glitters which are all creamy, blendable, and highly pigmented. The packaging is light in weight, but very sleek and high-quality.







I used four colors & two brushes to create this eyeshadow look.

First, I blended the shade ‘Passion Fruit’ into my crease with my E38 DIFFUSED CREASE BRUSH. Next, I softly blended the shade ‘Rogue’ into my outer corner and mid crease. Once I applied both my transition and crease color, I then took the shade ‘Russet’ and applied it to the outer corner to create depth and dimension. Lastly, I applied the shade ‘Beaming’ to my lid with my E59 WIDE SHADER BRUSH which is on sale right now for only $11.90! I also applied the shades ‘Passion Fruit’ and ‘Russet’ under my eye. I always highlight my inner corner to make my eyes look brighter and awake. This is optional, just like everything else. For todays inner corner highlight, I used the shade ‘Humble’. 

This eye makeup look was super easy, and it didn’t take a long time. I spent around 7 minutes on application. 

I highly recommend this palette! From beginner all the way to professional MUA, this palette will have something for everyone! You can create soft everyday looks all the way to glam or dramatic looks. You guys know how much I adore my Sigma brushes, but Sigma also has amazing makeup products as well. You can check out all of their products on the Sigma Beauty Website!

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