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SUGGESTED SUPPLIES LIST
Below are the supplies you may want to have on hand to follow along during the workshop.
To make things easier, I’ve created this list with links to buy if you so desire.
You are not required to have these exact items.
You can use any items you already own which are similar.
The most important thing is that you choose colors which are somewhat neutral and flattering for your skin tone. I’ve done my best to help you out in the description for what to pick.
You’ll notice most eye shadows are warm/brown colors as they are more universally flattering.
Additional products may be shown during the workshop, which aren’t listed here, so this is just meant to be a general place to start.
Sappho Cosmetics Product List
Ships in both U.S. & Canada
Eyeshadow – Beckitt
A soft fawn. Best for tan skin as a crease color and for darker as a base color.
Eyeshadow – Laura
A light bronzy brown. Best on light skin as a crease color, and medium -dark skin as base color.
Eyeshadow – Minaz
A beautiful soft melon tone. Light base color that works on light to tan skin.
Eyeshadow – Chloe
A pewter tone for more grey, neutral look. Works as crease for light to medium/tan skin and can be mixed with black for darker skin.
Eyeshadow – Jono
A medium-dark cool brown. Best as a liner on light skin, and crease color for medium to darker skin.
Eyeshadow – Compacts/Palettes
The pans are sold individually and fit standard size eye shadow palettes. You may wish to buy a compact from here.
Silky Setting Powder Loose
A transparent powder with natural, talc-free ingredients.
Good for all skin tones.
Miscellaneous Product/Tools List
From various retailers
Pacifica Dark Circle Rehab
We won’t be focusing much on concealing, but I highly recommend this product to help neutralize any blue/purple tones under the eyes for light to tan skin.
NU Evolution – Camouflage Cream
We won’t be focusing much on concealing, but I highly recommend this product to help neutralize any purple tones under the eyes for tan to dark skin.
Mineral Fusion Compact Concealer Duo – Deep
We won’t be focusing much on concealing, but I highly recommend this product to help neutralize any purple tones under the eyes for dark skin.
An eyelash curler is an absolute essential (unless you are one of the rare women with naturally curly lashes).
Do yourself a favor and get a new one if yours is more than 5 years old. Or if it’s a drugstore brand. Those are generally terrible.
Tweezerman Eyelash Curler
This one linked below is really decent for the money. Others I like include MAC, Trish McEvoy and Shu Uemura.
Corner lash curler
If you seem to have trouble getting the outer corners of your eyelashes to bed upwards with a normal lash curler, this little tool will change your life.
So the truth is I have hundreds of brushes. It’s a whole separate workshop on choosing the right style of brush for various needs. I’ve done my best to narrow it down for you based on what I anticipate I’ll be using and what you’ll get the most use out of daily. Think of this list as good starting place.
You mainly need one brush for applying a base color (larger and square), a contour color (more pointy) and possibly a fine, angle brush for the lash line and/or brows.