Hello their are 3 different Graftobian HD super palettes such as the
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?
Oct 25 12 03:01 pm Link
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
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
Awesome! Thankyou :-)
Oct 25 12 08:59 pm Link
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
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
Oct 25 12 11:34 pm Link
My warm palette is on it's way! Super excited!!
Nov 04 12 07:29 pm Link
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
Washington, District of Columbia, US
LC Makeup Artistry wrote:
you will love it.
Nov 05 12 05:13 am Link
Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
I have all three. I love them. Totally worth it.
Nov 05 12 08:19 am Link
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
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
Im exited to buy it thanks everyone
Nov 08 12 10:59 pm Link
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
I also wanted to know since I will be bying it verrrrrry soon if it
-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
Nov 12 12 05:32 pm Link
Alyson Makeup Pinheiro wrote:
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