A highly pigmented powder with a bold, frosted metallic finish. Long lasting, buildableæeye color available in 12 dazzling shades. Each color is beautifully encapsulated in a flashy color matched metallic cube to attract and delight all makeup enthusiasts.
12 varieties available
L.A. Colors Iced Pigment Powder
Review for: Lustre, Gleam, Foiled more...
I got mine in a Holiday 3pk from @walgreens and no where on the packaging or the shadow pots themselves was a color name for any of them,so I'm taking a stab at the color names but mine seem darker than all the swatches. So far I've only applied the fuchia-ish pigment twice,once on my self and once on my step daughter. With her I used a dry brush on one side then switched to a concealer on the other.The dry side applied well enough but didnt have much shine.The side with concealer applied not only darker but with a lot more of the shine i was expecting. Its a very finely milled formula and a little goes a long way. The only real downfall is the sifter on the jar is so tiny,its a hard trying to get them out of the pot. Not something a makeup beginner would probably like much but a lot of experienced people might have fun playing with. I applied mine with one eye Mattefixplus which turned out to be really shiny and rich but only till it dried. I switched to a concealer from a differwnt shadow palette and got the same results as she did. I gotta few holiday looks im gonna try with them,if they turn out ill post ☺ L.A. COLORS Iced Pigment Powder - Luster
Review for: Glam more...
Highly pigmented powder. Very glamourous shades. I have glam shade it is very nice packing and very convenient to use because of its good packing it don't leak or fall. Very easy to apply no need for any pre-glue or anything. It don't fall out that is great 💜 L.A. Colors Iced Pigment Powder
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