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For August's Goddess, I wanted to do a shade that related to the 100% solar eclipse we're going to experience here in West Union, SC.

We're just a few tenths of a mile from the path of totality, so I can't put into words how excited I am about this event! I've been researching eclipse mythology in different cultures and came across the Inuit story of Malina and her Brother, Anningan. Malina is the Inuit Goddess of the Sun, and her Brother is the God of the Moon. This is interesting, because in most cultures, men are solar deities and women are lunar deities.

Malina's color is a rouge with warm buffed red tones, overlaid by pure silver shimmer, representing her brother Anningan, the Moon.

A recap of the myth:

Malina is the Sun goddess of the Inuit people who live in Greenland. The word "Inuit" means "people."
Malina and her brother, the Moon god Anningan, lived together. They got into a terrible fight and Malina spread dirty, black grease all over her brother's face. In fear, she ran as far as she could into the sky and became the Sun. Anningan chased after her and became the Moon.

Anningan often forgets to eat, so he gets thinner as the days go by. Every month, the Moon disappears for three days while Anningan eats. He then returns to chase his sister once again.

This eternal chase makes the Sun alternate in the sky with the Moon. When there is a solar eclipse, Anningan has caught up with Malina.

Available in Three size options:

  • Full Sized Jar ( aka “20 gram” jar) holds approximately 7 grams net weight of blush. Custom label art.
  • Mini Jar (aka “10 gram” jar) holds approximately 4 grams net weight of blush. Custom label art.
  • 1/4 teaspoon in a 2×2 inch zip baggie This is enough product for many samplings

Contains: mica, titanium dioxide, ferric oxide, boron nitride, magnesium stearate, carnauba wax, aluminum powder, silica, calcium borosilicate, Red 40

Vegan, Cheek/Eye safe. Not for lip use.

Made in USA.
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 powders. Also, please note that variations do exist between different computer monitors.