Lancome Color Design Palette in Sienna Sultry: Photos, Swatches, and FOTD


Lancôme’s new versatile, all-in-one palette conveniently creates a full eye look for day or night.

Experience the newest generation of luminosity as silky lustrous powders transparently wrap the skin, allowing a seamless layering of pure color for a silky sheen and radiant finish.

Build with absolute precision and apply the shades in 5 simple steps (all over, lid, crease, highlighter and liner) to design your customized eye look. Contour, sculpt and lift in soft day colors or intensify with dramatic evening hues for smoldering smoky effects.

Long wear, 8-hour formula. 
Color does not fade, continues to stay true.




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Something I have noticed with the Color Design Palettes is that the shimmery, frosty colors are GORGEOUS, and have beautiful color payoff, but the mattes are quite the opposite, and are much sheerer. While this may be intentional (some companies make colors sheer so that people can wear them easier without having to know how to blend them out) it is something that does bother me a bit. Another thing is the price point. This is a beautiful palette, but the price is a bit steep to me.

Sienna Sultry was a palette that really stood out to me, which surprised me. Some of the Color Design Palettes have BRIGHT, beautiful purples and blues, but the first one I play with is mainly browns.  I think it’s because it isn’t JUST browns, it includes that fun, ballerina pink.




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Too Faced Shadow Insurance
NYX Jumbo Eyeshadow Pencil in Milk
Lancome Color Design Palette in Sienna Sultry:

  • Top matte pink in crease
  • Golden Beige (3rd from left in middle) on inner lid
  • Pink (most left in middle) on outer lid
  • Middle brown in outer crease
  • Dark Brown (bottom) on lashline and outer crease

Inglot Eyeshadow #352 as brow highlight

Lancome Color Design Palette in Sienna Sultry:

  • Top matte pink as blush
  • Middle brown as contour/bronzer

YSL Celebration Palette as highlight

Lancome Juicy Tube in Magic Spell



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  1. Jessica Allison says:

    I really feel like the lines are being blurred between prestige and mass cosmetics- Wet n’ Wild has darn good palettes on the market for $3, while every time I see the ad for this in a magazine, I think it’s CoverGirl. I guess I should be glad I’m not working the counters anymore; those girls’ jobs have gotten a lot tougher from competition!

  2. Rachael says:

    Omg! Love this! Can’t wait for the tutorial! You have flawless skin too what do you use for face products to keep such clear skin?

  3. Jennie R. says:

    Your skins looks so pretty here. That blush (or eyeshadow I guess) looks really natural and is very flattering on you.

  4. Candy says:

    Hmmm. Pretty but not very intense, eh? If this makeup palette were a girl she’d be popular but boring after while.

  5. Heather says:

    I think you look so sophisticated in this look. Paired with your new hairstyle and you ever growing sense of confidence…you’ve really come a long way, baby!

    I politely disagree with Candy that this would end up being a “boring girl”. I think it really portrays many wonderful qualities.

  6. zaira says:

    great post….but doesn’t lancome test on animals. i visit your blog every few months and i was under the impression you were cruelty free??

  7. Elizabeth says:

    Wonderful look, Leesha! I’m wondering if you could think of any Inglot colours that are dupes or nearly dupes as thecolours in this palette…would love to wear this look but Lancôme prices in the UK are crazy high :(
    Keep up the good work, sweetie – and I LOVE the haircut :)

  8. Carla says:

    Hiya, sorry what was the brush that you used for the black eyeliner effect please? (not the pencil brush but the other one)
    Id be greatful if u could get back to me. Thank you, as im trying to find it so i can buy 1 x

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