Flicker Lightning Strike shadow is a cool toned grape shade with a silvery sheen.
Our Lightning Strike collection features a range of brightly colored, highly pigmented eyeshadow pigments with an icy metallic finish. These pigments are formulated to be very long wearing and a little goes a long way.
Ammo Cosmetix pigments are handcrafted using the highest quality cosmetic ingredients. All our pigments and highlighters are infused with aloe vera, and vitamin rich organic rosehip and jojoba oils. This primer extends the wear of our products to 8+ hours while helping to minimize fallout. We offer a variety of sizing options for both our loose powder and pressed pan products. Our made to order pressed pigments are available in magnet responsive 15 mm (.017 oz/.5 g by weight), 26 mm (.056 oz/1.6 g by weight), and 36 mm (.085 oz/2.4 g by weight) tin pans. Loose powder pigments are available in 3 gram jar samples (.042 oz/1.2 g by weight - no sifter included), 5 gram jars (.079 oz/ 2.25 g by weight - flip top sifter included), and 10 gram jars (.176 oz/ 5 g by weight - flip top sifter included). All orders of $15+ include a free deluxe sample sized product and orders totaling $50+ include one free full-size product.
If you are interested in purchasing pigments for use in slime, nail polish, or paint please contact me directly as we do offer emollient-free versions of all our products for such purposes.
INGREDIENTS: ORGANIC JOJOBA OIL, ORGANIC ROSEHIP OIL, ALOE VERA GEL, ALUMINUM POWDER, MICA, TITANIUM DIOXIDE, SUNFLOWER OIL, D&C RED 27 ALUMINUM LAKE, ULTRAMARINES, FD&C BLUE 1 ALUMINUM LAKE, DIMETHICONE, CAPRYLYL GLYCOL, HEXYLENE GLYCOL, PHENOXYETHANOL, POTASSIUM SORBATE, CARNAUBA WAX, TOCOPHEROL ACETATE
** Swatch was done using a dry synthetic flat shader brush with no primer underneath. Not meant for use on lips.
This pigment contains Red #27 which is not approved in the U.S for eye area use because it may temporarily stain the skin.
This pigment contains ultramarines and aluminum powder which are not approved for lip area use in the US.