The Seint makeup palette has changed the game for all makeup lovers. Gone are the days of needing a makeup bag full of products when all you need now is a custom palette with everything you need for a fresh face.
IIID foundation by Seint Beauty was created based on the notion that our complexion has various shades in it, so why are we applying one flat shade of foundation and then adding layers of different products to add color back in?
Wouldn’t it be easier to have a foundation with multiple colors to truly reflect the various shades on our faces?
We can add all those shades onto one layer to brighten the areas we love and diminish the areas we’d like to hide.
And that’s where the Seint makeup palette comes into the picture.
Seint’s makeup line (formally Maskara Beauty) is based off of their cream foundation that gives you a natural glow. This cream makeup is great for every skin type, including mature skin.
The Basics of the Seint Makeup Palette
Each shade you need comes in a magnetic tin that you snap into place in your palette. In order to create your first basic Seint palette, you’ll want to choose:
- Main Highlight
- Brightening Highlight
- Contour Shade
- Lip + Cheek Shade
The cool part about Seint palettes is the fact that you can replace what you need when you need it. Rather than buying a whole new palette, you can simply snap in a new tin to replace what you actually need.
You can add more tins for the illuminator, bronzer, powder, eyeshadow, etc. For sake of simplicity, we will cover just the basics in this guide.
There are two ways to build your first Seint makeup palette:
- Choose a curated collection
- Choose each shade, tin by tin
You’ll want to take a look at the Seint Color Match Guide to help you figure out which shades will suit your complexion best.
Curated Seint Makeup Palette Collections
Seint Beauty has taken out the guesswork by curating collections in eight different shades. These are the shades that are most commonly used together for each skin tone/undertone combination.
For the sake of simplicity, we will talk about basic customizable palettes, which is the Number 4 Collection. This collection comes with two highlight shades, one contour shade, and one lip + cheek shade. It also includes a palette and one of Seint’s makeup brushes, the IIID brush.
You can choose from two other collections that have more products built into them: the Number 8 Collection and the Number 12 Collection. Both of these collections come in the same levels we’ll dive into below.
As a side note, the Number 8 Collection is actually my favorite Seint makeup collections, because it includes three highlight shades. This is nice if you bounce between shades season to season. It also includes a bronzer, illuminator, contour shade, and two shades of lip + cheek – along with the palette and IIID brush.
When looking through the shades in the curated collection palettes, level one is for those with the fairest skin tones.
It comes with highlight shades Moonlit and White Peach, contour shade Walnut, and Lip + Cheek
Level Two is for those with a light skin tone with some redness.
It includes highlight shades Linen and Aura, contour shade Olive, and Pink Grapefruit for Lip + Cheek.
Level Three is for those with light skin, but with substantial redness.
The highlight shades are Linen and Amber, the contour shade is Ash, and the Lip + Cheek shade Pink Grapefruit.
Level Four is for those with a light olive skin tone.
The highlight shades are Aura and Sandy, the contour shade is Astoria, and the lip + cheek shade is Pink Grapefruit.
Level five is for those with a medium olive skin tone, as seen below.
This Seint palette includes the highlight shades June and Sandy, the contour shade Astoria, and the Lip + Cheek shade Frenchie.
Level six is for those with a rich olive skin tone, as shown in the photos below.
This palette includes the highlight shades Goddess and Wheat, the contour shade Indigo, and Sandstone for lip + cheek.
Level seven is for those with a deep warm undertone in their complexion. You can find examples in the photos below.
The highlights included in this collection are Icon and Mango, the contour shade Indigo, and the lip + cheek Saffron.
Level eight is for those with a deep cool undertone as shown below.
It includes the highlight shades of Cinnamon and Papaya, the contour shade Cola, and lip + cheek Scarlet.
Custom Seint Makeup Palette
If you prefer to custom-build your own Seint palette, there’s an easy option for that as well. You can build your Seint palette, which will allow you to receive a palette credit.
After you are color matched, you’ll be able to choose every shade you’d like for your highlight colors, contour colors, blush + cheek and everything in between.
You’ll first choose the size of your palette. You’ll have the option of choosing a palette with:
- 4 tins or 8 eyeshadows
- 8 tins or 16 eyeshadows
- 12 tins or 24 eyeshadows
- 18 ins or 36 eyeshadows
As you can see, you have the option of creating a basic palette or a huge palette with everything you need all in one place.
Once you select which size Seint makeup palette you’d like, you’ll start choosing your tins from the menu. You’ll want to start with your highlight colors, including any color-correcting colors as your base of the IIID foundation. Then you’ll want to choose your contour color.
Be sure to read the color matching guide if you need help selecting either your highlight or contour tins. You can also take a look at the prebuilt palette options Seint has curated to figure out which contour shades typically go with what highlight shades.
After that, you can add anything extra you’d like to have in your Seint Beauty palette. You can select lip + cheek shades, bronzer, illuminator, setting powder, eyeshadow, eyeliner, brow wax, lip conditioner, lip liner, a brush cleaning tile, and even perfume!
Have fun with it, and enjoy your new all-in-one Seint makeup palette!