A light tan hue with a matte finish.
Finish : Matte
Application : Semi-Opaque
Previous Name : M07
A 26mm metal pan that contains a highly pigmented eye shadow for multiple applications. Each Coastal Scents Hot Pot™ fits snugly into one of the Interchangeable Palettes. These custom palettes contain magnets in a soft foam padding which attract the metal pan of the Hot Pot™. This allows you to completely customize your palette to create any look by simply adding interchangeable Hot Pots™ from the vast collection of shades, hues, and finishes.
Dimensions: 26mm in diameter
Net Weight: 1.5 g / 0.05 oz
Ingredients: Ingredients: Talc, Mica, Mineral Oil, Kaolin, Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, o-cymen-5-ol. May Contain: Phenyl Trimethicone, Iron Oxides, Manganese Violet, Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide, Ultramarine Blue, Chrome Oxide Greens, Hydrated Chrome Oxide Green, FD&C Red No.40 Al Lake, FD&C Yellow No.5 Al Lake, FD&C Blue No.1 Al Lake.
/ UPC: 812158026500
- crease shade
transition shade of your dreams
The shadow is amazing, blends easily. And for those who likes warm browns the shade is a must have.
One of the nicest eyeshadows I own!
My singles collection is mainly Colourpop and Anastasia with a few CoastalScenrs shades that made the cut. This shade is easily just a good as my more expensive shadows. It’s smooth and pigmented with no fall out, easy to blend and long wearing. I’d recommend this shadow to anyone looking for an everyday warm neutral or transition.
Great color for dark lids
I really like this color and find it to be a great color for the brow bone or even all over the lid on dark skin.
Glad I gave it a chance
I am very pale with green eyes (also new to eyeshadow as a whole) and I ordered this colored based on others recommendations. When it first arrived I was leery it swatched kind of orangy brownish tan like on me. I was like o god what am I going to use this with and I mainly stuck to barista or oktoberfest but recently I’ve been using it with some of my more yellow /golden/bronze/even greenish looks (like dark goldenrod) even some of my reddish orange looks and have actually come to really like it as that orangy tan I was so afraid of at first actually looks really nice blended with those colors. It showed me that sometimes you have to experiment with colors on your eyes and not just go by a swatch because if I had I would have missed out on a really nice color. It’s lovley as a crease color with a lot of different shades try it out and be surprised it gives a different look than a more browny brown crease color does.
The perfect transition shade for every neutral or warm look, not too light and quite pigmented