Fashion Finishes. Plush Performance. Dress Your Eyes.
Longwearing eyeshadow palettes featuring four new fashion finishes-velvet, satin, silk and lamé-to layer and dress your eyes.
Empower your inner eye stylist with these ultra-luxe eyeshadow palettes each featuring four fashion finishes: buttery matte velvet, shimmering satin, sparkling silk and metallic lamé. Each curated palette includes a covetable mix of chic neutral, wearable shades and provocative pops in a new super-plush shadow formulation to cover lids in lasting, velvety-rich pigment. Available in six different colorways, choose the wardrobe that speaks to you, then layer it on to make the ultimate impression.
Layer the lamé shades on top of the other textures for a scintillating metallic finish. Or, apply the pop shades as a base to add vibrancy to neutrals, or layer over top for a burst of color.
The Dressed Eye
Blend Under(cover) Perfecting Coconut Eye Primer over the entire eyelid and brow bone.
Halo with velvet or satin
Velvet or silk will grip the shinier shadows. Apply like a parentheses along inner and outer corners of the eye.
Highlight with velvet
Apply a velvet matte shadow in a light shade to the base of the brow bone, tapping the shadow into the existing primer base.
Blend with silk
Create a visual transition between the light brow bone and the colorful lid, blending with a neutral shade in a silk texture.
Pop with lamé
Add a pop to the center of the eyelid by dabbing on a satin, shiny shade. Layer a lamé shade on top.
Make it Marc
Marc, “the ultimate stylist,” uses his genius to make seemingly familiar things new again. Use the pop shades in the palettes to take these gorgeous shades to the next level. Layer a brilliant color pop or lamé shine on top.
Beyond his fashion design, Marc Jacobs is also “the ultimate stylist,” known for making last-minute adjustments to perfect every look right before it walks down the runway. The eyeshadows in each Eye-conic palette are inspired by textiles and layering, and come in four fashion finishes so you can be the ultimate stylist, too. Finish your look and “Make It Marc” by layering a bright color or lamé pop on top.
Read the shade names from left to right for a short poem.
The slim, seven-shadow palette was designed to feature the oblong infinity mirror, and was inspired by the rearview mirror of an automobile.