Small - .5 gram of shadow
Medium - 1 gram of shadow
Large - 2 grams of shadow
You can use these as eye shadows, highlighters for lids, cheeks, etc.
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Choose from these shades:
Gunmetal: Base gunmetal gray with gorgeous sparkles.
Ashlar: Lovely soft gray with pink shimmer.
Demure: An unusual gray with just a hint of blue/purple in the base and lots of iridescent green shimmer.
Hazelnut: A medium toned gray with a smoky whisper of purple, Hazelnut is the perfect choice for contouring.
Silver: Pure silver sparkle which turns to gray in shadows.
Silver Medal: Medium-dark variation of silver with multicolored sparkles. A very versatile sparkle eye shadow. Semi sheer when applied lightly. When applied thick it possesses great coverage and darkens beautifully.
Moor: medium to dark matte gray shadow with purple undertones. It is also stunning as an eyeliner!
Caviar: Brownish gray with multicolored sparkle.
Concrete: The lightest shade of gray before you hit white. Matte with superb coverage if needed.
Thistle: Medium grey brown eye shadow on the plum side of the spectrum. Excellent eyeliner!
Castle: A nicely workable medium gray with a lightly smokey blue haze.
Ecstasy: Black with a splash of come-hither multi-colored sparkle. Whether used liberally as a single eye shadow or as a stunning liner, Ecstasy is certain to be the dominant color in any color scheme you can come up with.Black Steel: A medium/dark black with multi-colored sparkles. For those who want a black eye shadow with more pizazz than plain black or an eye liner that will turn heads.
Haze: Not gray. Not taupe. A perfect blend of the two. This quirky color is the perfect pick for when you want a dusky matte that is more natural than showy. A great crease color.
Grayet: A surprising gray that when smudged takes on a rosy hue.