A daring, deep reddish-purple hue with a matte finish.
Finish : Matte
Application : Semi-Opaque
Previous Name : CM08
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, Isopropyl Palmitate, Lanolin, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, BHT. May Contain : Mica and Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides, Ultramarine Blue, Manganese Violet, Ferric Ammonium Ferrocyanide, Chrome Oxide Greens, Chrome Hydroxide Green, FD&C Red No.40 Al Lake, FD&C Yellow No.5 Al Lake, FD&C Blue No.1 Al Lake.
/ UPC: 812158026951
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The shadows are great. The palette too. Well pigmented
Appreciation Magenta Hot p0ot
Very good, so colorful and pigmented . Keep doing shade like this
great colour, but it stains.
i haven't seen an eyeshadow in a colour like this anywhere. it's not pink.. it's not purple... it's red-violet. very vibrant. i love it. for me it was easy to apply and it stayed on for hours. [i use an eye primer, then a shadow base over that, and finally eyeshadow.] my only issue with this one is that it leaves a pink stain wherever it's been applied. to remove the stains, i've to gently rub mild facial cleanser [one labeled for sensitive skin] on my lids for a good minute. i've personally not experienced any adverse reactions in my eyes from using this shadow. if you've sensitive eyes and worry about a reaction, then you might want to stay clear of this one to be safe. i'd give this 5 stars if it wasn't for the staining. my suggestion for bright, bold colours like this is to use them over a white shadow base [for example, a creamy jumbo eye pencil] if you want them to look exactly as they do in the pot. matte shadows can be tricky to work with [though this particular one wasn't so bad], so i'd reccomend patting them on rather than swiping. you can get a cool duochrome effect by gently applying a little interference type mica on top of a matte shadow. for example, with this one [Magenta] you could apply green or aqua shimmer over it. it looks really pretty. i hope someone finds these tips useful. :)
The pigmentation is GREAT! I love the color!