Violet Vixen is a slightly muted lavender purple eyeshadow with a metallic sheen and slight pinkish undertone. This shadow is so lovely on those with green eyes! You can apply it lightly onto your lids, use it as an accent color for the outer corners, crease or for the lower lash line. Even try it on top of your Eggplant eyeliner. Pair Violet Vixen with any of our cool toned neutral shadows or with Sage Rage, Dirty Girl, Poise ’N Ivy, Olive This Color, Vamp, Violet Vintage, TuTu Cute or Violet Femme.
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Pretty color ,very soft and natural looking!
I wanted a pink/purple summer eye shadow look on my eyes so I bought "tutu cute" eye shadow as well and I love the colors together for a soft and natural everyday look. My eyes are brown and my skin is olive in color and I think it looks great with my sk
I ordered this pretty purple color to go with the eggplant eyeliner. Itâ€:tm:s a soft purple that will highlight my hazel (green/brown) eyes. The shadow arrived in a plastic case within a paper box. The plastic case opens easily (thank you RAL), however, t
Of all the RAL purples I've purchased, I assumed I would like Violet ***** the most based on its description of a slightly-muted, lavender purple. For years I have been searching for the perfect dusty lavender, trying to replace the toxic Prescriptives Mu
I love purple as an eye shadow and it really suits my grey eyes. It can be worn during the day or in the evening. Great product.
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!
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Purples & Blues
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Ascorbic Acid, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Oxide, Silica, May contain iron oxides, Ultramarines