Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack

Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack

Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack

I wanted to share my Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack swatches on fair skin with you. This is a 100% vegan eyeshadow stack from Melt Cosmetics, according to their website.


Where to Buy
Melt Cosmetics, Sephora

Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack Swatches

Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack Swatches on Pale Skin

These photos were taken in the afternoon in my backyard.

Melt Cosmetics Blueprint Stack Swatches on Fair Skin

Left Row – Skylight, Deadbolt, King Stud, Dim-Out
Right row – Beaming, Hot Wire, Nailed, Hammered

  • Skylight (metallic, celestial, baby blue)
  • King Stud (metallic, brilliant sapphire)
  • Hot Wire (metallic orange-copper)
  • Hammered (matte mahogany)
  • Deadbolt (metallic, sparkling cerulean)
  • Dim-Out (matte, midnight blue)
  • Beaming (metallic, bright gold shifting pink)
  • Nailed (metallic, bronzed gold)

I love these colors, especially Skylight, Deadbolt, Dim-Out, Beaming, Hot Wire and Nailed. I found the formula to this stack to be beautiful and buildable.

One of the things that I’ve noticed about Melt Cosmetics’ eyeshadow formula is that their duochrome shades tend to have a thinner consistency, which makes it easy to layer to create a unique color. However, I don’t think most people think about layering them, which is a shame. Shades like Skylight and Beaming are definitely meant to be layered on top of other colors to add dimension to a look.

Honestly, the entire Melt Cosmetics Blueprint stack looks AMAZING with the Melt Cosmetics Smoke Sessions palette (see my Melt Smoke Sessions Tutorial). Though I admit to being biased because I love green and blue together, as well as green and gold.

How would you wear the Melt Blueprint stack? Let me know below!


  1. Love the stencils. Perfect for those autumn colors. I definitely want to try out skylight.

  2. These colors are stunning and so pigmented!!! Iโ€™m in love with them ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. I love these blues – so vibrant. And thanks for the tip on layering the duochromes.

  4. This is a palette I would’ve overlooked because I don’t wear blue shades. But it’s so pretty! And I love the name ๐Ÿ˜€

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