Gypsy Gold features a sultry, antique gold hue that creates a subtle, yet sophisticated essence.
Finish : Satin
Application : Opaque
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: 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: 812158025855
Perfect. Couldn’t be happier
These eyeshadows are highly pigmented, bendable and don' irritate my eyes.
It's a nice, faint gold color. But it takes several applications for it to really show.
Very Unique Shade
I bought this because this looked a lot like MAC's eyeshadow in the shade Patina. And I have to say it's almost a dead on dupe. This is a greenish medium gold color that really makes my hazel eyes pop, and it looks very sophisticated to! It's super buttery and blends well. I'm knocking off a star because the pigmentation isn't quite there, it is buildable you just have to take the time to build it. I love putting this all over my lid, buffing it out with Makeup Geek's High Tea, putting makeup geeks Barcelona Beach in the crease and makeup geeks enchanted forest on the outer corners of my eyes.
Average shade; not the best
This color is gorgeous especially for a more natural everyday look. It gives a sheer wash of color so don't expect amazing pigmentation. The texture is just ok and it has moderate fall out. Here's a swatch of it: http://www.lifesentropy.com/2013/01/coastal-scents-hot-pots-review-pictures.html