Sea Of Ghosts

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Sea Of Ghosts

Please be aware that due to the larger particle size of this shadow it may result in more fallout than our regular shadows. We suggest patting the shadow on rather than "brushing" or "rubbing" 

Sail at your own risk.
A very complex color; its base shade is medium toned blue, but it shifts to gold and green.
(duo-chrome shimmer finish)

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Silica, Ferric Ferrocyanide, Sericite Mica, Calcium Carbonate, Zinc Stearate, Kaolin Clay, Silicon Dioxide, Allantoin (Plant Derived), Carnauba Wax, Magnesium Stearate, Isopropyl Myristate, Dimethicone, Bis-Vinyl Dimethicone/Dimethicone Copolymer.

- Vegan
- Approved For: Eyes, Face, Nails, but NOT Lips.
- Our pans are magnetic palette friendly.
- Each pan holds approx. 2.5 grams of product.


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  • 5

    Posted by Rheva Solstice on Jul 28th 2018

    This shade is really pretty, it's magical. You can build it up as you want, the formule is, again, perfection.

  • 5
    Ethereal, Spectral, Beautiful

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 20th 2018

    Highly pigmented, blends well enough. Can be used as a highlight colour in a smokey, solo on the lid, or whatever. The thing I love about this most is the shade. It can't be classified as a 'neutral', but I believe it suits both 'cool' and 'warm' tones. I was worried a bit at first, because while the colour is so pretty, I wasn't sure if it would suit my very warm skin(I'm asian, by the way). But the golden sparkles accentuate the brightness and slide on perfectly with my features... Very nice.

  • 4
    Fantastic with a sticky base

    Posted by Unknown on Aug 21st 2016

    It's really important to use a sticky base with this one! I used a cream eyeshadow over primer, I'm sure a glitter glue or something would be great. With that, I didn't get any of the problems with fallout or short wear time I've seen some people complain about. The arm swatch I did did fade considerably faster than my other Strobe shadows, but... like, who cares, just use a sticky base! Fixes everything. And it's a really unique color, totally worth the extra five seconds of work.