Brown and Tan Eye Shadow 32 Shades
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Small - .5 gram
Medium - 1 gram
Large - 2 grams
Amber: Sparkling just as surely as the resin-gemstone it's named after, Amber is a showy combination of earthy browns and sun kissed gold.
Carob: Matte dark brown with an almost rosy hue.
Cashmere: A sultry brown/grey base infused with lavender and pink shimmer sparkle.
Chocolate Cream: Yummy creamy chocolate color.
Dark: The deepest darkest brown with pink sparkle.
Dark Chocolate: This scrumptious dessert of a color lets you keep your shape while indulging in its richness. As beautiful as pure cocoa with a hint of red which lends warmth, making it work for any color skin tone.
Delight: When you see the lovely composition which makes up Delight, you'll think it should have been named Milk Chocolate Brownie instead. A classy matte medium brown.
Elvenwood: Mostly matte medium brown with a honey undertone.
Eros: Looks pink, blends to a warm brown pink
Falcon: Soft matte medium brown with dark gray undertones.
Fateful: Goes on a light brown and bursts into green and gold shimmer.
Hot Cocoa: Spicy and more than a little sexy, this sparkling beauty is a mix of copper and bronze. The metallic glow it gives to skin means that on light complexions it really stands out and on darker complexions it blends to give a sultry warmth.
Kettle: Kettle is the deepest and darkest matte brown before you hit pure black on the color spectrum. Because of its ability to blend away into a pleasing shade of soft neutral brown, Kettle can even be worn by the most pale complexions while still looking natural.
Liquour: A matte deep brown
Malt: A light chocolate malt matte tone.
Medium Brown: A matte brown in a medium tone.
Naked Frost: Matching pale skin tones perfectly and used on medium to dark skin tones as a glow or highlighter, Naked Frost can literally be the sparkling icing on the cake when combined with dramatic color schemes.
Naked Matte: A matte neutral light tan, easily blended and can be used as a type of primer.
Plum Brown: A very workable matte brown with a hint of plum to give it a formal feel.
Roasted Grape: Appropriately named, this shade of purple appears to have been flash roasted over an open flame. The deep ebony hue is offset by a warm glow of copper shimmer, which makes it a more personable and wearable variety of color.
Saddle: Dark smoky matte brown.
Santana: Shimmer and sparkle in a tan base.
Soft Brown: yes. exactly.
Someday: An unusual shade- looks brown in the pot but goes on a smokey deep green with brown undertone, and a shimmer finish. Excellent for an unusual eyeliner.
Sparkling Sand: A wonderful multipurpose eye shadow, Sparkling Sand is a neutral sand tone with a hint of blue and green shimmer
Subtle: Shimmery light to medium brown
Taupe: A deep brown with dark gray undertones, infused with silver sparkle.
Thunder: An unusual brown base when applied has a green hue.
Tupelo Honey: Light and fluffy, consider this eye shadow to be a layer of gentle warmth when layered over other colors. And when used alone it can be as bright as the sun in the intensity of its sparkle.
Viridian: Smoky brown with sparkle
Whisper: A matte light tan brown with just a whisper of peach to brighten.
Winter Bamboo: A neutral pink/flesh tone with iridescent multi-colored sparkles. A wonderful base or highlighter for those with a medium skin tone.