One & Done: Magellan's Light

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About this Look

Magellan’s Light (from On the Horizon) is so difficult to capture! It has a rosy copper base with lighter, warmer peachy-gold sheen and flecks of greenish-gold micro-sparkle — which I hope you can see toward the inner tear duct/browbone. I’ve applied Magellan’s Light from lid to crease and then tried to really diffuse and sheer it out toward the brow bone but packed it on toward the inner tearduct. On my lower lash line, I applied Calming Presence for contrast.

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This shade seems to have a lot of depth. Didn’t think it’d be as interesting seeing it in the pan, but the way it falls off and looks like you added shadow in the crease, and the gold that comes out when you diffuse up to the brow is really pretty.

It has a lot of shimmer/sparkle, so the base definitely has almost a shift at an angle since the base (which is much darker) becomes more prominent 🙂

It is, unfortunately, one of those shades that I couldn’t quite photograph to its maximum potential! Like I swear it’s a little more complex than it looks, LOL.

I did this look tonight using the shadows for the first time and it was so beautiful! lovely colors and lovely formula. so happy with my purchase. I’m a one and done eyeshadow girl and I appreciated all the simple looks that you did! can’t wait to try them all.

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