Forums > Hair, Makeup & Styling > Graftobian HD Super Palette creme WORTH BUYING????

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Alyson Makeup Pinheiro

Posts: 16

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Hello  their are 3 different Graftobian HD super palettes such as the
-cool
-warm
-neutral

I've heard that they are really  good...

is it worth it in your opinion?

I cant seem to decide on wich one of these I should buy first...

Also I know their is a way to mix them so you get a more liquid form but how?

Thanks smile Alyson

Oct 25 12 03:01 pm Link

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LC Makeup and Styling

Posts: 90

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

I was wondering the same thing.  Thinking of buying my first Graftobian palette but not sure which one :-)

Oct 25 12 08:22 pm Link

Photographer

Chicchowmein

Posts: 14486

Palm Beach, Florida, US

I have the warm palette. I sheered it out with oil free moisturizer ( Neutrogena) and I  have mixed it with other colors to match skin tones.

So far so good for me -- I have photographed it and it photographs nicely too.

Oct 25 12 08:41 pm Link

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LC Makeup and Styling

Posts: 90

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Awesome! Thankyou :-)

Oct 25 12 08:59 pm Link

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Makeup Hair by Dani B

Posts: 746

Los Angeles, California, US

Yes, absolutely worth it. I would purchase the warm and then the neutral. I use the cool the least but it's nice to have. Yes, it can be sheered down to practically nothing.

Oct 25 12 09:14 pm Link

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Alyson Makeup Pinheiro

Posts: 16

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

thanks for the help, I think ill go for the Warm palette first since ive heard that the shades fit the majority of skin tones smile

Oct 25 12 11:34 pm Link

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LC Makeup and Styling

Posts: 90

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

My warm palette is on it's way! Super excited!!

Nov 04 12 07:29 pm Link

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Aaliyah I

Posts: 226

Stevenage, England, United Kingdom

Yes definately ! I have the warm palette which is almost all you need. ( I have one SUPER  dark foundation and one SUPER pale one ) I would get the neutral/cool palette and use that for contouring. I don't really understand why some MUA's sheer it down because I don't find the forumla to be very heavy or very full coverage. It's a great foundation and goes on like a second skin but I wouldn't say it was full coverage maybe medium to full coverage at the most.

Nov 05 12 03:39 am Link

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T

Posts: 53557

Washington, District of Columbia, US

LC Makeup Artistry wrote:
My warm palette is on it's way! Super excited!!

you will love it.

Nov 05 12 05:13 am Link

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Tegan Lynn MUA

Posts: 511

Kitchener, Ontario, Canada

I have all three. I love them. Totally worth it.

Nov 05 12 08:19 am Link

Hair Stylist

Rachel Lynn Carr

Posts: 5

Austin, Texas, US

I just get the warm and cool, since you can make neutral by mixing them.  I rarely use the cools alone, but they are great to have.  I also use their cream blush.  I love having the multiple shades so I can contour with the foundation.  For certain skin types I thin out the foundation with water (for oily skin) or a water/glycerin mix (3:1 ratio) for dryer skin.

It also helps if you pat it out with a damp sponge afterwards, gives a great finish.  That is what I used in my avatar picture.

Nov 05 12 07:46 pm Link

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Maria Vittoria B

Posts: 57

London, England, United Kingdom

Get the warm one + an adjuster if you need to use with neutral/cool-toned skin and you'll be fine!
It's a beautiful foundation, you'll love it.

Nov 08 12 04:41 am Link

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Alyson Makeup Pinheiro

Posts: 16

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Im exited to buy it thanks everyone wink

Nov 08 12 10:59 pm Link

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Sandy CLA

Posts: 15

Los Angeles, California, US

Can I ask, what do you guys find to be the best primer to use with this foundation? Also, I delude it with MAC f&b mixing medium, is there anything better?

Nov 09 12 02:28 pm Link

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Alyson Makeup Pinheiro

Posts: 16

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

I also wanted to know since I will be bying it verrrrrry soon if it
-photographs well
-how about to use it on Brides
ive read some stuff on line so im just curious i wanna make sure It will be great to use on brides and as well in photoshoot and for ever day wear for my clients smile

Nov 12 12 05:32 pm Link

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LC Makeup and Styling

Posts: 90

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Alyson Makeup Pinheiro wrote:
I also wanted to know since I will be bying it verrrrrry soon if it
-photographs well
-how about to use it on Brides
ive read some stuff on line so im just curious i wanna make sure It will be great to use on brides and as well in photoshoot and for ever day wear for my clients smile

Stay tuned....Im using it for the first time at a bridal trial in a week or 2.  I heard it was great for bridal because it photographs really well and has a super flawless finish.  I will update this post :-)

Nov 12 12 07:16 pm Link