Looking for a fabulous green smokey eye for St. Paddy’s Day?
Finish: Frost / Intense green with shimmer Humid is a deep, true green that translates to the lid exactly as it appears in the pan. I love Humid for its richness and how easy it is to apply, despite its deceptive Frost finish. Easily paired… Read More
Finish: Veluxe Pearl / Muted yellow-gold Gorgeous Gold is a shade whose name doesn’t exactly describe what color it truly is. While it is yellow in color, if you look closely it has a hint of green to the formula. Unfortunately I couldn’t get this… Read More
Finish: Lustre / Tarnished olive Known dupes: Fiction Greensmoke is the perfect name for this shade. When first looking at it in the pan, it looks like a dirty dark green with a subtle amount of glitter. Applied to the lid, it translates into much… Read More
Finish: Velvet / Vivid green with shimmer Bitter is, in my opinion, a dirty yellow-green shade. It’s best described as a bright green that teeters on the edge of yellow. The pigmentation and payoff is great and it does make blue eyes stand out beautifully.… Read More
Finish: Veluxe Pearl / Pink with gold pearl Known Dupes: Rose, Apricot Pink pigment In my opinion, this is the ideal pink shade (and one of my favorites!) with a lot of pigmentation and versatility. I love it because it’s easy to build and can… Read More
Finish: Frost / Bluish-green with gold pearl Known Dupes: Shimmermoss, UD Shattered Steamy is a teal-green shade with high pigmentation due to the Frost formula. To get the most out of this color, I highly recommend using a primer on the lid before application (I… Read More
Finish: Satin / Red brown with green pearl Club is a unique color with what appears to be a green base, but upon close inspection reveals more brown tones underneath. This shade provides drama for your evening looks and subtle pop of color for more… Read More