When applied dry: A gorgeous dusty brown, perfect for blending into your crease and lower lash line. Blends flawlessly to create a soft gradient.
When applied wet: Espresso transforms into a nearly black-brown color, perfect for a defined crease, dramatic smoky eye or when used as an eyeliner!
.063 oz Net wt. 1.5g
All Red Apple eyeshadows are gluten free, paraben free, allergen free, cruelty free and vegan. Our mineral eyeshadows are made with the finest and purest ingredients and are non-comedogenic. Whether used wet or dry, our eyeshadows give you beautiful, long-lasting color that won't fade or crease!
Posted by Damaris on 16th Jul 2013
I tell you, I am loving every eyeshadow I have purchased from Red Apple Lipstick. I tried eyeshadows from another GF makeup company, but found that they weren't pigmented enough. This eyeshadow is extremely versatile and beautifully intense. Love , love, love!!!!
Posted by Leslie L. on 15th Jul 2013
Espresso is the perfect brown for blue eyes. It is strong enough to be used as a liner if you use it wet, and soft enough to use under they eye to define your lashes. It is a rich brown color that goes really well with the blue shades in the Red Apple color line and is great with Olive this Color. I am really happy with it.
Posted by Shana on 20th Jun 2013
I decided this shade is a little too dark as eyeshadow, but it works great as a brow filler. I apply it dry with a shadow applicator, brush it out with a brow brush and it looks totally natural and lasts all day. Great replacement for my toxic brow pencils!
Posted by Unknown on 17th Jun 2013
Espresso is exactly what you hope it to be. It's a great crease color and a great wet eyeliner or dry smudgy eyeliner. And it works great on your brows if you have dark brown brows like I do. Most definitely a staple in your makeup bag. It goes with most of the colors I have: Champage, Dirty Girl, Violet Vintage, Porcelain.. Just great!
Posted by Sarah Steinberg on 20th Mar 2013
I originally bought this shadow to be used as an eyeliner. I have used it wet for a more precise look and dry for something smudgier. It looks great. It doesn't stay put, though the way the more toxic versions do but I don't mind re-applying every three-four hours. It is also a nice shadow, a nice deep color that I like to blend with lighter colors or wear in the crease above my lid.