Get them in 3 sizes
Small - 1/2 gram
Medium - 1 gram
Large - 2 gramsPiney: A dark green shimmer animated with lights of gold.
Peridot: Equally beautiful when used sheer or thick, Peridot is vivid and laden with silvery sparkles but still very wearable on any skin tone. Reminiscent of the semiprecious stone and just as charming.
Sagender: Sage green with lavender sparkles. A surprising twist that is only surpassed by just how lovely it looks on any skin tone.
Sea Crystal: An exquisite blend of sea and turquoise greens splashed with silvery sparkle!
Genie: A mysterious bright green with a shocking blue sparkle.
Mood: Deep dark green like walking in the forest at night. Blends out to a medium dark green loaded with silver shimmer.
Happy: Bright lime green infused with green and gold shimmmer.
Spruce: Matte green blended to a soft medium green tone!
Mermaid: Even Arial would be jealous of this combination of shimmer and sparkle. Used thick or thin, Mermaid is a bold aquatic shade.
Fir: Deep green like pine trees.
Palm Pattern: Deeper shimmery green like shadowed palm leaves.
Envy: Be the envy of all with this shimmery gorgeous green!
New Leaf: Lighter than mint but darker than plain white, New Leaf is a wonderful color to use adjacent to another green or neutral.
Lemon Tree: Lemon Tree is a bright,shimmery lemony green, but not over the top
Gold Lime: Think of an extra tart Margarita. Add gold dust for shimmer
Mistletoe: Not just a seasonal addition to your decor, Mistletoe eye shadow works year-round to make your eyes sparkle. This tone of green works with any eye color beautifully. A mix of silver sparkle and sheen means that you can dress it up or let it work wonders on your casualwear. A little touch goes a long way.
Green Bean Casserole: At first glance, this green isn't quite quite the green you imagine. When smoothed on eyelid it is transformed into a silvery hued wonder.
Paradise: Gorgeous metallic yellow-green with super gold shimmer goes on with surprising gray undertone!
Camo: Earthy and mild, consider this the 'khaki' of the greens. The smallest amount of sparkle keeps it from being flat.
Turquoise: Light refracting sparkle means this beautiful hue of green/blue can be used as a thin layer to draw attention to an otherwise demure color scheme, or applied thickly to make a showy statement all by itself.
Spring Green: Soft foliage green infused with turquoise and silver sparkle
Wannabe: A chic and classy matte green. Not quite mint but not gray, either; Wannabe gives you the best of both.
Mint Dilly: A minty cool shade of green with gold sparkles and shimmer.
Green Luster: A silvery and bright spring green full of sparkle.
Fern: For the opaque coverage Fern gives you wouldn't expect it to come with the added bonus of sparkle. A unique shade of the palest green in the forest.
Dragon: Fiercely dark, this black dragon has a unique twist to her coloration- greenish teal sparkles.
Green Sheen: A dark neutral green with the barest hint of shimmer. Almost a matte. Think: evergreen. When thinned out and smudged, Green Sheen takes on a silvery cast. Easily used as both a lighter and a darker color when applied thinner or thicker.