Saint & Sinner | Part 2

Hello! Thanks for coming back for the second part of the Saint and Sinner palette from Kat Von D. Today I am sharing two looks using only shadows from this palette. I think they turned out great. So if you want to see how I created these looks, keep reading! 

I seriously can’t get enough of this palette. I reach for it way more than I thought I would and it just makes me so happy. These shadows are so easy to work with. They are pigmented, blend easily, and don’t fade.

First up I created a look using the Saint side of the palette.

I cheated a little at first and used a random neutral brown in the crease but that step is completely unnecessary. I patted Cathedral all over the lid. 
Next I used Rosary in the crease. Normally I don’t used shimmer shadows in the crease, but it just seemed to work here. 
I used black gel liner to line the waterline and used Worship to smudge out the bottom lashline.
I put Heaven on the inner corner and applied mascara.
Finished look in natural lighting.

The Saint look is so easy to do and is surprisingly wearable. Cathedral is such a beautiful shade, its a stunning deeper silver/gunmetal color. Using Rosary in the crease seemed to warm it up just a bit and using Worship on the lower lashline added a great pop of color that really accentuated my eye color. These shades are just a dream.

Next up the Sinner side. Which has more of the out there ‘fun’ colors. This look was actually inspired by Kayla Hagey. Be sure to check out her insta and YouTube channel!

Started with really blowing out Devil in the crease. 
Next I blended Exodus on the inner part of my crease. I patted Ministry all over the lid. 
I mimicked the same colors on the lower lashline. Exodus on the inner third, smudged Ministry along the lashline and blended the edges with Devil. 
Added mascara and Relic on the inner corner. 
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Finished look in natural lighting. 

I really loved this look. I found Exodus to be more wearable than I imagined. Blue eyeshadow isn’t for everyone but this particular tone and shade makes blue wearable.

This palette is still available at Sephora, so run, don’t walk to go get it. The Saint and Sinner palette has quickly become one of my favorite palettes, this would be a great gift for anyone. The shadows are great quality, the pigment is there, and the packaging is stunning.

If you create any of these looks let me know! Let me know if you love it too!



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