Step #1 Color Selection
The first step in creating an eyeshadow palette is to decide on the color scheme. This will depend on the target market and the desired aesthetic. You can choose a range of neutral shades, bold hues, or a combination of both. It’s important to keep in mind the current trend and market demands.
Step #2 Formulating the Eyeshadow
This involves mixing pigments, binders, fillers, and other ingredients. This is to create a smooth and blendable eyeshadow. It’s important to use high-quality ingredients. This ensures a vibrant and long-lasting color payoff. and also to keep in mind the safety and legal requirements.
Step #3 Filling the Pans
Once the formulas have been prepared, they are ready to be filled into pans. You can use a variety of pans, such as round, square, or rectangular. It’s important to use the right filling and pressing techniques. This is to avoid cracks or unevenness in the eyeshadow pans. At Nako Cosmetic, we use a variety of pans depending on the design and color scheme of the palette.
Step #4 Packaging
Packaging can be done using a variety of materials, such as cardboard, plastic, or metal. You can also include a mirror and a brush or applicator for convenience. It’s important to consider the packaging design and branding. This is to make the product stand out and appeal to the target market. I recommend using sturdy and high-quality material for packaging.
Step #5 Quality Control
It is important to conduct quality control checks throughout the manufacturing process. This is to ensure that the final product meets the standards. And also to meet the customer’s expectations. This includes checking for color consistency, texture, and overall performance of the eyeshadow.
Step #6 Branding and labeling
Make sure the packaging includes your company name. Also, the product name, ingredients, and other information are required by law.