Truly Matte shades in range of deep brown shades. These have no sparkle, no shimmer, nothing. They are perfectly matte and would work beautifully as an eyeliner (use wet angle brush) or as brow color for darker brows.
I have listed the colors in order of depth, some of them look similar in the photos but I have formulated them to be a 1/2 to full shade apart to create a truly complete range of deep brown matte shades.
Milk Chocolate - A rich medium brown, semi-matte. Has a soft sheen
Cocoa - A warm, rich reddish brown in the medium range.
Dk Cocoa - One shade darker than Cocoa and not quite as warm.
Bark - A medium, deep brown with a bit of warmth, like dark tree bark.
Earthy Brown - A rich balance brown that is warm but not too much. Great neutral, deep brown.
Kona - A deep, dark cool toned brown.
TopSoil - A nearly black, cool toned brown that would be an excellent brow filler for black brows when you don't want to use actual black shadow as it is to severe.
No Sifter equals More Product :)
Our mineral color comes in a clear 3gm pot with NO sifter. I see no need for a sifter when you are using such small amounts of product - this also means you get about 2x as much product in ours because the sifters sit half-way down in the pot on most cosmetic jars and can only be filled that high.
Natural mineral eye colors are easy to apply as a sheer wash on the lids with a fluff brush or the deeper, darker colors are excellent as an Eye Liner and brow color.
Did you know you can add mineral color to your nail polish too ? Just a bit though - too much can make your polish not adhere as well.
Wetting mineral colors makes them much more intense - this is often called "Foiling" with the shimmer/metallic colors. To use as Eye Liner all you need is a sharp angle brush and a drop of water (or even eye drops - they work great). Dip your brush in a drop of water, dip in the eye shadow then use the lid to blend the pigment on the brush and get the minerals to just the right consistency.
Mix in the lid for a minute if it is too watery, but not until it gets too dry. With a little bit of practice you will know when it is the right consistency.
Apply to the lashline and your liner will last all day with no smudging or irritation..