Six Tutorials for the Stila In The Light Palette

I am completely head over heels in love with the In The Light Palette from Stila.  There’s a great combination of mattes and shimmers, highlights, transition colors and darks.  This palette can give you everything from soft everyday looks to dramatic smokey eyes.  It really is a must have neutral palette and I promise you will use it over and over again.  It’s very comparable to the Naked2 Palette from Urban Decay which costs $50.  EEK!  For $30 you can pick up the Stila In The LightPalette from Amazon.  And in all honest truth, I prefer this palette over the Naked2.  The pigments are so rich and the colors are flattering on every skin tone.

Because it’s so easy to get into a rut with your makeup, I’ve compiled my favorite six videos from Youtube.  Each artist uses the In The Light Palette and it’s amazing to me how diverse the looks are.  Don’t feel like you have to purchase the Stila palette in order to recreate their looks.  Feel free to use any similar colors you already have in your makeup bag.  Now, let’s start thinking outside the box with our makeup shall we?!

You can purchase the Stila In The Light Palette from Nordstrom for $39 or from Amazonfor $30.

  • Stila In The Light Palette 1 of 7
    1. bear-a matte ivory color which is a perfect base and highlight
    2. kitten- a slightly pink champagne shimmer.  This color is absolutely stunning and very pigmented.  It's a gorgeous highlight 
    3. bliss- a matte rosy beige, a great neutral and transition color.  Perfect for lining the crease
    4. sunset- another rosy beige only this one has a gorgeous shimmer to it.  Very beautiful neutral
    5. sandstone- a matte chocolate brown which is perfect for the eyebrows, lining and looks great on any eye color
    6. bubbly- a gold champagne shimmer, the perfect dreamy golden highlighter
    7. gilded gold- the perfect shimmering brown
    8. luster- a shimmering taupe ideal for eye contouring
    9. night sky- a frosty blue color, perfect alone or layering
    10. ebony- a matte black, staple for setting in liner or a smokey eye
  • Lauren Curtis 2 of 7

    A very glam look for a special night out.  Watch video here

  • KTrues 3 of 7

    Such a gorgeous smokey eye.  Watch video here

  • Everything Luxy 4 of 7

    A bright everyday look.  Watch tutorial here

  • Maskcara 5 of 7

    A very neutral eye that's easily transitioned from night to day.  Watch tutorial here

  • Kathleen Lights 6 of 7

    A subtle smokey eye, one of my favorite looks.  Watch video here

  • Wild Kat Makeup 7 of 7

    This is such a fabulous party look!  Watch tutorial here

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