Natural Looking Eyeshadow For Brown Eyes
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A supersized eyeshadow with up to 12 hours of long wear, featuring gel-coated pigments designed to minimize fallout and provide high-impact, crease-resistant color.
What it does:
Bigger is better. Never worry about hitting pan again with this oversized eyeshadow single that’s double the size*. This high-impact eyeshadow features innovative, gel-coated pigments that glide on buttery smooth for intense payoff. It’s clinically tested for up to 12-hour long wear, and stays color-true all day.
The shade range was curated by legendary makeup artist Diane Kendal to deliver the biggest, most-requested, most-flattering shades. The hand-picked colors are perfect for creating a polished, everyday look or a sultry, smoky eye. The range also features essential transition, highlight, and wear-alone shades.
Cut out the clutter and get only the best shades you need now and want forever. O!mega Shadow is the cashmere sweater of eyeshadowsthe essential must-have in every beauty wardrobe that goes well with everything. Finally, you can have your favorite shades in a pan that lasts practically forever.
*Based on The NPD Group, Inc., 2017 data of leading powder eyeshadow singles fill size.
What else you need to know:
Marc noticed on social media that people were running out of their favorite shades in eyeshadow palettes. He wanted to give them their go-to shades, making them larger than life and more covetable than ever.
“Let’s do what we love and do a lot of it.”Marc Jacobs, Brand Founder
What Else You Need to Know: This collection of eyeshadows comes in shades from neutral to nude to vibrant matte, shimmer, glitter, and metallic finishes. These creamy eyeshadows provide up to 10 hours of wear and give an intense color payoff. The matte, shimmer, and glitter shades are best used with a brush, and the metal- and sequin-glitter shades are best used with your fingers.