Mineral Eyeshadow Sampler Trio in a cute little container - Blue thru Green shades or Custom Shades
A great new way to sample mineral eyeshadow and eliminate the baggies.
You get 3 shades of your choice ( shipped in ziplocks) along with a cute little three compartment container to put them in.
It is perfect for storing a mineral makeup stash as each little container swings open sideways to access the colors for less mess. They also click together as stackables to save space.
Alas - they are not perfect for travelling as the colors may not stay separated if they get flipped over - but they are fantastic for home.
You can choose from the color assortments listed - or pick CUSTOM and list your own 3 choices
in the comments to seller. I have 100's of colors - many of which you can see in my other listings.
I have grouped them in shade ranges of Light to Medium or Medium to Dark
and the finish.
Matte (smooth with no shimmer)
Satin ( a subtle shimmer)
Metallic ( sparkly or metallic when used wet)
(note: I had to abbreviate some names)
Here are a few color descriptions to give you an idea of the shades you may receive in the Blue & Green assortment.
Mermaid - A rich blend of green, aqua, gold and silvery sparkle. Just lovely
Tornado - A soft and sheer muted teal shade, great for lids.
Sea Green - Rich seafoam teal is an all around favorite.
Emerald Isle - A muted emerald / foresty type of green.
Emerald - True Emerald green which leans a bit to the blue tone compared to a Kelly Green
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..