Highly pigmented loose mineral eyeshadow that comes in a variety of beautiful finishes.
Matte - richly pigmented and versatile, Satin Matte Eyeshadow has buildable coverage that can be subtle or bold:
Pearluster - has a pearly luminescence and can be applied dry for a subtle glow or damp for bolder color with a metallic effect:
Shimmer - a rich and silky mineral eyeshadow with a subtle shimmer that brings a stunning wash of color to your eyes for a long-wearing, weightless finish. Use dry for a more subtle finish or apply with a damp brush for a metallic finish:
Eyeliner - a perfect complement to mineral eyeshadow. Apply with a damp brush for precise definition or apply dry for a soft, smoky effect:
Ingredients: Mica (CI 77019). May contain: Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Ferric Ferrocyanide (CI 77510).
44 yrs old. Fair/olive tone. Dark brow hair. Green/hazel eyes.
I took the recommendation from below from Catherine H as I wanted a light colour and bought Bramble. I didn't ... view moreget Fleur as it looked too much like my regular skin tone (and if I am going to wear something on my eyes I want it to show a little). I didn't expect to love it as much as I do. It's so pretty. I mean, yeah, delicate and pretty. It's subtle and gives you that, she looks nice/her eyes stand out a bit, without it being obvious. Did I mention it's so pretty. I also bought grace which is basically the exact same colour as Bramble but with some shimmer. I like it also, but it'll be for fancy days out, whereas Bramble is my new everyday. view less
I've used up my Champagne colour and loved it. It is the perfect base colour. I also own Lilac and Paparazzi. They are both good dark shadows. I have used Paparazzi for eye-liner a... view morend don't really love it for that, but I like intense liner colour. view less
I was looking for an organic eye shadow that would give me some coverage with only light color, and that was truly matte (I find shadows with shimmer make my eyelids look more sagg... view moreing). I purchased Bramble and Fleur, and I can wear them alone or together and get a lovely finish with a barely-there color, and enhance my eyes by offering coverage that hide some of the redness and shadows on my lids. I will be trying out a couple more of these for sure. And, they are at a great price point! view less
Really great selection of colours and the containers last forever! Champagne is a perfect neutral that I use as a base everyday. I'm been using different purple shade lately and ... view morereally love aubergine and grace. view less
Q: I am never sure with this kind of eye shadow if I am using it right. With the standard you just swipe your brush on the pallet. With this I always feel like maybe I am wasting a bunch of the power. Is there a trick or method recommended? Right now I have been toggling between putting...view morepower in my palm and using brush (wash away excess) or taping some out onto a clean kleenex (or toilet paper) and using my brush. Thanks.view less
A:The easiest way to use loose powders is the just tip the jar upside-down and give it a little shake.....then flip it back upwards - then once you open the top there will be some powder that has come out of the 'holes' and is ready for you to dip your brush into. Once you're done just...view moreclose the top and you haven't wasted any at all because the excess will stay in the little jar and either go back into the little holes or will stay above the holes for you to use next time. I hope that makes sense! Also just another tip - you can either use these powders with a dry brush (less coverage) or with a wet or slightly wet brush (more coverage). :)view less
A:I don't recall any specific time of this happening but we've been selling this brand for 15 years so can't say for sure! I do know that we get lots of customers saying that this brand works for them while other brands don't....but of course that's no guarantee. Even if a product is...view moresuper natural and gentle, some people can still be allergic or intolerant to an ingredient it in. For people with sensitivities it's trial and error until you find stuff that works for you....but our clean brands are a great place to start. :)view less
A:For more mature ladies, I would suggest always staying away from anything with shimmer (it accentuates wrinkles) and going with pretty soft matte shades. As for colours, with blue eyes typical recommendations include warm browns, tans, oranges. A good idea to see different ideas...view moreis to google 'eyeshadow for blue eyes' and see all the images that come up - gives you lots of visuals to see some nice options.view less