Illuminare All Day Eye Color - Cafe Mocha

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All Day Eye Color - Crease Proof Sunscreen Eye Makeup - SPF 15 - Squeeze Tube Semi-matte cream eye colors that have built-in UVA/UVB sun protection and lasts all day without touch ups. They are safe for contact lens wearers and sensitive eyes. These creamy colors blend on fast and easy using either fingertips or our special brushes. The first series of 7 shades are all neutrals from the palest milky white to the darkest espresso black-brown. An additional pale shell white or pink Shimmer can be applied under the brow bone to highlight or be mixed with the matte colors to convert them to a customer shimmery color! All of our eye colors can be used as eyeliners and brow fillers when used with our eyeliner/brow brush. Our Extra Coverage formula may be used underneath the eye colors for those with drier eye lids. In addition, cafe Latte is an excellent eye shadow base. They are extremely crease resistant, water resistant and smudge proof! Net Weight: .25oz / 7.5ml Latte: Very light, shell highlighter for underneath brow bone (may be used as base color for Amalfi Alabaster skin tones). Caf? Latte: Color of cream. Used as an eye shadow base for most skin tones. Can also be used as a highlighter. Cappuccino: Light neutral brown taupe. Nice for blond brows Mocha Cinnamon: Slightly darker than Cappuccino with slight plum undertones. Mix with Perla Rosa for a pinkish eye shadow. Caf? Mocha: Medium neutral brown, not too ashy or warm. Caf? Americano: Dark neutral brown, nice as an eye liner, brow filler and to touch up gray hairs (based on hair color). Espresso: Dark brownish black, nice for evening smoky effect eyeliner. Also a nice touch up for gray hairs. Perla Bianca: Shimmer, white undertones, nice for inner corners of eyes or brow bone. Good to mix with other colors to add shimmer or lighten up color. Perla Rossa: Shimmer, pick iridescent undertones, highlighter for inner corners of eyes and brow bone. Good to mix with other colors for a pinkish/purple hue. Ingredients


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