is another neutral base colour. The shade is light brown between silver and gold. When blended on the eye the colour is as light or dark as you choose.
At its lightest the colour is barely there and almost translucent.
Apply darker to give great definition along the eye socket or along the lashes for a smoky look.
Add a drop of water and you have a bronzy eyeliner. Pewter gives a sophisticated look when combined with Teal as the eyeliner colour.
With Mineral Eyeshadow you are only limited by your imagination. Experiment to your heart's content - it's fun.
The eyelid is the oiliest part of the face, so don't use a moisturiser on the lid. Instead, when applying Mineral makeup (also referred to as Mineral Powder
or Mineral Foundation) dust your eyes too. Best to use is Mineral Veil which is loved by makeup artists. Rice powder is the ingredient that performs the
magic keeping creases away and the colour true.
The oil on the lid is the cause of creases in eyeshadow. Creases can be very ageing.
TIP! If you have spillage below the eye simply flick it off with a clean brush, don't wipe
Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Magnesium Stearate, Iron Oxides
Shake a small amount of eyeshadow into lid. Dip the shadow brush into the minerals and tap off excess. Apply eyeshadow in short strokes rather than drawing
long lines. Short strokes will adhere better.
TO USE AS EYELINER:
1. You can wet the brush and pick up minerals and apply with an angle brush or tiny fine brush, OR
2. Take a drop of water, pick up minerals in brush and add to water and mix. Makeup artists do this on the back of the hand.
To set really well dust the eyelid with Mineral Veil.