LaMancha Eyeshadow VEGAN

$5.50

Released 2/1/19  Part of the “What Kind of Goat is This?” It’s Whatever box

“LaMancha Goat: Lamancha goats are perhaps the most distinctive goat breed; easily recognizable by their very short ear pinnae. They are also known for their high milk production, and the comparatively high butterfat content in their milk, and people-loving temperament. The short-eared American Lamanchas first gained recognition as a distinct breed in the early 1950s, and the breed was registered formally on January 27, 1958 as “Lamancha or American Lamancha” goats. Approximately 200 animals were accepted at registration as its original stock. The first true American Lamancha goat registered was named Fay’s Ernie, L-1.”-wikipedia

LaMancha is an odd complex color.  Midnight blue black with orange?  What would you call it?

Eyeshadow 1.5g by weight in a 5g jar. No sifter.
Please test on a small area in case allergies occur.

Eye Model : BiohazardousBeauty

 

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Description

Ingredients:

VEGAN  NOT  LIP SAFE

mica, iron oxide, ultramarines
titanium dioxide, silicon dioxide,
magnesium myristate

 

Additional information

Weight .03 kg

1 review for LaMancha Eyeshadow VEGAN

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Ell (verified owner)

    Oh, woweee. Where do I start… The pigmentation is excellent. This means it’s possible to dab it on quite lightly and still get colour out of it, or use it in more layers and amounts, and get an AMAZING coverage.

    This eyeshadow almost (or possibly actually?) inches into duochrome or even multichrome territory. The base is often midnight blue-black, but sometimes it leans more to blue, sometimes to black, sometimes it could be a bit brownish if you put the right colour underneath it. The glitter is as small and shimmery-smooth as always from MPZ, and I’ve had it be yellow, gold, orange or green (sometimes more than one at once, shifting over the lid) depending on the light source/s, combinations with other shadows and products, and so on.

    Don’t be afraid that it’s hard to match with other colours though. Something about its base colours makes it work with whatever other colours you combine it with, not clashing at all.

    My current favourite for a feminine day is using this with a smudge brush all around the eye as a smudgy eyeliner (and nothing else!), some mascara and either a matte lipstick of a darker or less coloured hue, or the Squalo! lipstick from MPZ.

    Just… do yourself a favour and try La Mancha out. I haven’t seen anything else like it anywhere.

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