GLORIOSA - Aromaleigh Vintage Eyeshadow - CLEARANCE
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Back by customer request and available while supplies last for May's Vintage Aromaleigh offering. Available in the "demi sample" size only, due to the high comparative cost of multichromatic pigments (more info below).
GLORIOSA, from FATALIS Volume II released 8/1/2017.
This color-traveling shade has a warm pinked coral base with strong color travel from gold/copper to red to violet, depending on lighting conditions.
Shown in a variety of lighting conditions around my home, office and outdoors in sunlight (color travel doesn't appear in sunlight). Swatched over NYX cream eye base in skin tone. A base is required to reveal the reflective color traveling effects. Applied without a base, it will appear more a multi-color shimmer.
From Wikipedia: Gloriosa superba, Common names include flame lily, climbing lily, gloriosa lily, and fire lily. The plant is poisonous, toxic enough to cause human and animal fatalities if ingested. Every part of the plant is poisonous, especially the tuberous rhizomes. As with other members of the Colchicaceae, this plant contains high levels of colchicine, a toxic alkaloid. It also contains the alkaloid gloriocine. Within a few hours of the ingestion of a toxic amount of plant material, a victim may experience nausea, vomiting, numbness, and tingling around the mouth, burning in the throat, abdominal pain, and bloody diarrhea. As the toxic syndrome progresses, rhabdomyolysis, ileus, respiratory depression, hypotension, coagulopathy, haematuria, altered mental status, seizures, coma, and ascending polyneuropathy may occur.
- Demi Sample: 1/8 teaspoon in 3 gram jar. No sifter. Bottom label only.
Contains: synthetic flurophlogopite, mica, iron oxide, talc, tin oxide, magnesium myristate, isododecane, capric/caprylic triglyceride May contain: ferric ferrocyanide
This premium eyeshadow collection features truly unique, color traveling pigments that react to various types of light and viewing angles to show their effects. In direct sunlight or diffused light, you don't see color travel. They seem to flash their brightest in low light, and mixed light. All swatches were photographed in my kitchen, in mixed lighting. No specialty professional lighting was used.
As the pigments used in this collection are extremely costly and used as the highest percentage in the formulas (they are six times the cost of the typical duochrome/interference pigment), I have adjusted prices/sizing accordingly. Basically, you will find that these are twice the cost of other Aromaleigh eyeshadows. Example: a regular Aromaleigh sample is 1/8 tsp in a baggie for $1.25. In Fatalis, you get 1/16th tsp in a baggie for the same price of $1.25)
Recommended application for these is over a cream eyeshadow base (NYX cream eyeshadow base is my go-to!). Sticky or glue bases may work well for you, but I personally don't use these or test/swatch my products with them. With all color shifting/duochrome shades, I urge you to use a flat taklon brush or other suitable tool to flatten and align the color shifting component of the eyeshadow. This will create a more uniform and reflective surface.