Kat Von D True Romance Pigments

How familiar are you with loose pigments?  Today I am sharing with you my experience with the Kat Von D True Romance Pigments.

Rapture – a golden peach shimmer

Star crossed – a golden beige shimmer

Ladyhawke – a reddish plum shimmer

Each pot has holes in the top when you unscrew the cap, similar to a salt shaker – just larger in diameter.

Hand swatches dry – no primer.  Colors from left to right: Star crossed, Rapture, Ladyhawke

I liked to tap a little into the lid and use a brush for application on the lid.  Always use a primer with a loose pigment or else it will fall off and fade away quickly.  With primer it will last all day…

This is all three of the colors together.

Star crossed is on the inner most part of my eye and highlight under the brow, Rapture is in the middle of my lid, and Ladyhawke is in the outer corner of the eye.

I also lined the lower lid with Star crossed.  The upper lid was lined with MAC Carbon.  I used Motives Cosmetics mascara on upper and lower lashes.

They can be messy.  But with practice it gets easier to handle the product.  I love the colors and their ability to blend easily.

Kat Von D products are available exclusively at Sephora.  These pigments come in other colors: a blue, rose and purple shimmer by the names of Johnette, Meditation, and Torment.  They look fab.

Each pigment is $16 but you really need a very small amount for application so they will last forever.

Click here to see the product on Sephora.com

Have you tried these?  Interested?  What color catches your eye?

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4 thoughts on “Kat Von D True Romance Pigments

  1. Rebecca says:

    These are pretty! I’m still getting the hang of using loose pigments; but I’m starting to like using them a lot more. And these three colors look like they could be really versatile. 🙂


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