A soft black charcoal color. Use this for all blonde-haired women or blue-eyed women who want softer eyeliner, or older women. Ideal to make a shaded eyeliner. Add a few drops of Black is Black (150) if you want to darken the color.
Soft grey/black colour with a shade of green for women who prefer a soft eyeliner. Looks magnificent on clients with brown and/or green eyes, especially if the iris contains both colours. Perfect pigment to make a shaded eyeliner.
This pigment has lots of applications for more advanced artists. It’s is a good choice if you want to create a perfect French Pearl effect for a top eyeliner. Also, for eyeliners, it can work beautifully to complete the eyeliner.
This is a medium charcoal grey with just a hint of blue. If your clients have grey hair or want a softer lower eyeliner or lash enhancement, you might consider using this beautiful pigment. For those of you who are doing advanced work, you’ll find that this hue works beautifully on upper shaded eyeliners.
If your client has pale grey or grey/blue eyes, you can get spectacular results with this pigment. It’s a softer grey, so on lower eyeliners you can either use it alone for a very natural look, or use it underneath eyeliners to soften them. On the upper lid, it can also be used to create an amazing shaded effect.
A great teal color which looks fabulous on pale green, grey and blue eyes. This pigment is especially flattering if it is used below a black pigment in the outer edges on the lower eyeliner. Also great for a dual color eyeliner. Works well for both warm and cool skin tones.
A fantastic deep olive green for use as a soft eyeliner. If you are pro trained in advanced eyeliner techniques, you might consider using it as part of a dual tone eyeliner effect. The dual effect looks stunning.
A softer black with added green tones, this is a good potential choice for clients with green or hazel eyes, or those with a warm skin tone. It’s also really useful for any client who wants a dark, but soft looking, eyeliner. This pigment is also useful if you need to darken the tone of other green toned pigments from the Nouveau Contour collection.
If your client has grey or blue eyes, this soft light blue is superb for the lower eyeliner. It’s also really versatile as you can use it as a secondary color on top eyeliners or apply it using shading techniques for a smudgy effect.
This deep, gorgeous midnight blue looks almost like denim and is unbeatable for blue eyed clients. There is an important rule with this color: it’s deep and it’s strong, so ensure you are fully qualified and trained in how to apply it.
Bored of using black? Give your treatments a boost with this gorgeous dark blue. It’s great for both upper and lower eye liners; it really brings out the blue in your client’s eyes. If you are trained in using multiple blends for that pro touch, you might alternatively consider using this as a second color over a darker eyeliner blend.
This purple has deep blue undertones when healed. It looks fantastic on dark brown eyes. It is especially flattering when used on the top of black eyeliner or to add richness to the underneath lashes.