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Mini Rock Star Eyecolor

  • Mini Rock Star Eyecolor

$6.50 $11.00

Whether you want smoldering or mod, these classic contrasts never go out of style. See Details

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Color: Rock Star
Description: Iridescent Sparkling Smoke

Whether you want smoldering or mod, these classic contrasts never go out of style. So turn up the drama with a spectrum of shimmery lights and smoky darks that range from ultra sheer to fully opaque.


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Mini Rock Star Eyecolor 5 5 1 1
Stunning versatile color - unique in so many ways. This color originally came in this kit with the most amazing liner/smudge brush. I loved the shadow so much too that I bought like four of the kits. I'm glad they occasionally put out in the "last chance" section parts of their kits - though its rare. This color is just like all their other colors, HUGE color payoff. Obviously I use an eyelid primer. What I love about this shadow is that I'm fair skinned #and often spray tan#. Whether I'm tan or not, this color is not HARSH. And I love that it can be this gorgeous smokey color that is in a league of its own. I own a TON of 'smokey' greys, blacks, etc. This? wow. If I use my finger and use a 'glitter' primer, #you can use a brush too#, this looks like crushed diamonds. not big glitter, but your eyelids have this amazing sparkle that I've not seen in other shadows. I also like that I can use it and smudge it and its not so much glitter at all. Obviously, any glitter shadow has fall out, but this is still way better than lots of other shadow brands. Anyways, if you are looking for a color that is not a harsh black, but isn't a too light of a grey - and want versatility? Grab this. And dont' forget to grab 'glitter' primers to really get the full potential out of this one. I often don't use the glitter primer and the glitter still stays, just not as much. 10/13/2014
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