Every makeup artist has their signature technique. Therefore, Patrick Ta, makeup artist to supermodels Gigi, Bella, and Kendall, created his new Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette, with his signature technique in mind. As a result, his twelve shade eyeshadow palette includes 2 cream shades, with ten pressed powder shades. The reason is two-fold. One reason is, PT layers creams and powders. In this way, he is able to create naturally contoured, glowing looks. Also, when PT blends shadows and creams, it allows him to create multi-dimensional looks.
In fact, his secret to creating his signature multidimensional look is to layer, blend, and contour creams with powders. Hence, the new Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette has a basic, wearable neutral nude color story. However, the inclusion of the two cream shades is what makes Patrick Ta’s palette different from other palettes with a similar color story. If you want to learn more about this interesting eyeshadow palette, Read On!
You can find the New Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette at Sephora and on the Patrick Ta Website. Also, the Major Dimension Palette ( creams 2 X 0.065 oz. / 1.8 g) (pressed powders 10 X 0.065 oz. / 1.8g) costs $68.
Packaging For Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette
To begin with, the outer box is PT’s signature rose gold chrome. Also, the plastic compact is signature rose gold. Inside, the palette, inside of the lid is a mirror. Then, opposite the mirror, on the other side of the palette, are two horizontal rows of 6 shades each. Also important, the first shade, in each row, is a cream shade. Even more, the rest of the shades, on both rows. are pressed powders. As a result, PT designed a secondary, clear plastic lid. In this way, the clear plastic lid protects the cream shades from any fallout from the pressed powder shades. Therefore, the secondary lid keeps the cream shades clean. Additionally, the lid keeps the creams from drying out!
Finally, the compact is sleek, and slim. It is a rectangular shape. In addition, the palette has a secure closure. Therefore, the palette has lots of qualities that make it travel worthy. First, it is thin, and feels weighty. Next, it includes a mirror. And, it has a secure closure. As a result, it is a sturdy palette. Even more, it has most of the travel worthy qualities. One thing that is missing is an applicator brush. Even more, it should be a dual-sided applicator. Keep reading to find out why the palette should have some sort of applicator!
Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette Formula
First, the palette includes two cream eyeshadows . They are located at the beginning of each of the two rows. Second, the other ten shades, include velvety mattes, iridescent metallic, and two glistening pearl eyeshadow toppers, formulas are pressed powder formulas. Also, the shades are perfectly pigmented, so that you get one swipe color payoff. Even more, the shadows can be layered, and blended together. Additionally, wear the cream shadows as a shadow base. Also, wear the cream shades to intensify and sculpt your eyes. Last, the formula keeps the shades smooth , soft and never patchy. One reason could be that the formula includes Shea Butter.
Last, the formula is vegan, gluten free, and cruelty free.
The Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette Shades
The eyeshadows are arranged in the palette, in two horizontal rows. Six shades make up each of the rows. First, the shades on the first, top row, are the shadows that add sparkle for nighttime looks. Second, the shades on the second, bottom row, are your everyday shades.
First, from left to right, the shades are Lady, Exquisite, Legendary, Lavish, Opulence and Abundance.
To start with, Lady a light caramel brown shade, has a matte cream finish. One way to wear Lady is as your base shade. Wear Lady all over your eyelids, and into your crease. Also, mix Lady with another shade to make that shade more intense. Also, you can use the cream shadows to line your upper and lower lash lines.
Second, Exquisite, a rose gold shade, has a metallic finish. Wear Exquisite all over your eyelids. Or, wear this rose gold metallic in your crease, and to line your eyes. Also, dab it on the center of your eyelids, to make your eyes pop.
Third, Legendary, a coppery rose gold bronze shade, has a sparkling finish. For one thing, Legendary is one of two topper shades. These shades are very sheer. Wear this shade on top of another shade for a gorgeous sparkling effect.
Fourth, Lavish, dark peach shade, has a matte with gold and pink reflect finish. First, this is probably my favorite shade in the palette. I would wear Lavish all over my eyelids, up through my crease. One reason I love this shade is it is matte, but the reflects makes the shade look wet! I love that wet look in the summer.
Fifth, Opulence, a pearl with a hint of pale pink, has a sparkling finish. Use your fingers to apply this shade. One way to wear Opulence is on the inner corners of your eyes. Also, highlight your brow bones with this gorgeous shade. I’d wear it on my eyelids for that sparkling wet look.
Six, Abundance, a sheer snow-like shade, has a sparkling finish. Additionally, Abundance is another topper shade. Wear this gorgeous shade on top of another shade.
Second, row two across, left to right, the shades are Woman, Scandal, Mother, Absolutely, Transition and Divine. According to Patrick Ta, Row Two is more of your everyday eyeshadows.
First, Woman, a dark brown shade with red undertones, has a matte finish. Also, Woman is the second cream shade in the palette. Wear this darker brown shade on your eyelids, up through your crease, as a darker base shade. Also, when you put any of the powder shades on top, the color will become more intense. Also, use this cream shade to line your lower lash lines.
Next, Scandal, a darker chocolate brown shade, has a matte finish. Wear Scandal to line and define your eyes. Wear it on top of either of the cream shades for more intense, drama. Also, wear Scandal on the outer corners of your eyes, and as your crease shade.
Then, Mother, a dark red-brown shade, has a matte finish. First, Patrick Ta recommends that you wear this shade in your water line, and on your lower lash lines. Also, I would love Mother as a crease shade.
Even more, Absolutely, a lighter caramel brown shade, has a matte finish. According to Patrick Ta, this is the one shade he would use everyday. You have a lot of things you can do with this versatile shade. Wear it in your crease, all over your eyelids, in the outer corners of your eyes, or to line your lash lines.
Next, Transition, a light, light creamy brownish flesh shade, has a matte finish. This is your true transition shade. Use this shade to blend dark lines from your crease to your brows.
Last, Divine, the lightest cream shade, has a matte finish with barely there sparkles. This also could be a transition shade. Or, wear it as a highlighter, on the inner corners of your eyes, and on your brow bones.
- My Final Thoughts On The Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette….
First, I promised if you kept reading, I would tell you why this palette needs a good applicator to apply the shades. Well, I think the palette is very expensive compared with other palettes that are comparable. Natasha Denona’s palette with 15 shades is less money. The Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette only has 12 shades. Even Chanel and Dior quads include two applicators. Or, they include two double ended applicators. I really think Patrick Ta would have a better palette, that is more travel worthy had he included a brush!
I love the formulas in this palette. Although, the shades, which are beautiful, are still just more wearable neutral nude shades. Another basic color story. Although, I like the inclusion of the two cream shades. That is the one thing that makes this palette different from most of the other neutral palettes. I have lots of neutral palettes. I am certain you do too. Do you need another one? Really?
Let me know what you think about the Patrick Ta Major Dimension Eyeshadow Palette in the comments box below. Do you need another neutral nude wearable eyeshadow palette?