One of the eye colors I was sent to try out by Everyday Minerals was Sea Horse. It is a nice creamy shade, very pearly and a great highlight color. The neat thing about this was that they sent me a travel size which comes in a little rollerball tube. I wasn't sure how these would work but it seems to work great. I read some tips that said it is better to zigzag the rollerball applicator instead of trying to apply in one long stroke and it worked well. I would love to try these in more shades, especially at their great price. A travel size Sea Horse retails at $4.50 It works well to apply with the rollerball and then you can blend and tweak the eye look as desired with a brush. To learn more about travel size, visit: Let The Good Times Roll They have a lot of these available as singles but also have some fun sets.
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Full of frill, a creamy cream shade that is sure to make your eyes blossom.
your pretty by choosing Everyday Minerals' pearl eye shadow. Offering
just the right amount of sheen and radiance, pearl shades work well for
highlighting and adding a heaven sent dash of vivid color. Light up your
eyes with these gorgeous treasures!
Mica (CI 77019), Lauroyl Lysine. May Contain: Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499).
Mica: Is a naturally occurring mineral noted for its transparent sparkly luster.
An all-natural amino acid derived from coconut fatty acid, contributing
to the products silk like creamy texture and spreadability qualities.
Titanium Dioxide: An inert white mineral that is used as a color adjuster.
Iron Oxides: Cosmetic pigments used to add depths of color.
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