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"Victorian Oddities" is a mini collection this year for spooky season! It is Limited Edition.

This product is a special effects flake- NOT FOR IMMEDIATE EYE AREA USE due to larger particle size.   Suggested uses for this? On lips, in nail polish, on brow or cheek bones. I know you'll see a lot of people on socials using flakes on their immediate eye area as liner or on the lid, as per the FDA this particle size is not recommended for use in the immediate eye area. Please use glitter flakes wisely. A fixative is required.

Note: Full size of this product comes with a sifter. Please REMOVE sifter completely to use the product, as it won't come out of the sifter holes.

It's called "Arsenic for All!" and is a high impact borealis effect. It's an homage to the Victorian use of arsenic as a "beauty vitamin". Of course, this shadow contains no arsenic- just natural borosilicate glitter.

The Victorians used arsenic in their beauty products to lighten their skin and make it appear more translucent, and they also consumed arsenic wafers and concoctions to beautify from the inside out. Gasp! 
Here's an interesting article about it.

APPLICATION TIP: These colors are all swatched over a light layer of NYX cream eyeshadow base in skintone. A base is helpful to intensify shifts and highlights for a more impactful look.

Ingredients: calcium sodium borosilicate, titanium dioxide

Sizes: This collection is available in three sizes:

  1. Sample baggie: eighth (1/8) teaspoon in a zip baggie
  2. Deluxe Sample Jar: Quarter (1/4) teaspoon in 3 gram jar. No sifter.
  3. Full Size Jar: 5 gram jar with sifter and top/bottom labels, custom jar art. This size jar contains 3/4 teaspoon which has a minimum net gram weight of 1.2 grams. I label jar weights on the conservatively low side. Product ranges in weight depending on formula from 1.5 to 2 grams. NOTE: A SIFTER IS IN PLACE FOR THIS FULL SIZE, BUT THE GLITTER FLAKE WON"T COME OUT OF SIFTER HOLES. REMOVE SIFTER TO USE!

NOTE: While we have made all attempts for photographs to accurately depict colors, photography unfortunately does not accurately reveal the depth and interplay of color and effect of these shadows. Also, please note that variations do exist between different computer monitors.