Two words come to mind, BOLD colors and major pigment. When I received the new Make Up Forever Technicolor Spring 2013 Palette, those were my first thoughts. This new palette is loaded with fantastic basics such as brown, beige, white and lilac and your bright tones of yellow, lime green and ski blue – two complementing accents for your makeup stash. Mostly made out of matte tones, an iridescent yellow beige and satiny yellow (limited edition), this is a fantastic array for the makeup lover and everyday woman.
From the Creator and Artistic Director of MUFE, Dany Sanz:
“I wanted to create an electrifying beauty, the kind that emanates from certain women who leave behind a craving for their radiant, magnetic appeal long after they walk out of the room. I imagined a women who could draw every eye and stop short any conversation just by walking by. This Spring, I am paying tribute to color; for me, the undeniable radiance of yellow expresses the overwhelming pull that can create such irresistible attraction and spectacular sensuality.”
I love this idea of bringing basic colors and marrying them to bold spring-like tones. A litle background on Technicolor and the name behind it
Technicolor is a film color process, which saw the light of day in 1910, and has been developed through several decades. It became the most famous process in Hollywood from 1920 -1960. Some classics like Wizard of Oz, Singing in the Rain… partly owe their success to this technique. Due to the color on the film stock that was overloaded, it was never seen before in a movie.
This palette is available in Singapore at Sephora and the Make Up Forever pro-store. For more info, please go to MUFE on Facebook.