It’s described as being arranged in a disrupted series to inspire instinctive application, and keep on reading to find out more.
“Flora Kalahari draws on the imagined hues of an otherworldly desertscape to create 18 radiant, earthen shades–from a shimmering copper sandstorm to a barren burnt umber; a delicate desert rose to an intense, sparkling calcite.“
The Byredo Flora Kalahari Eyeshadow Palette features eighteen powder eyeshadows within a silver chrome compact, with a beautiful rose design on the lid.
The whole theme of this palette, is flowers from the Kalahari Desert, and the rose on the lid of the palette has a striking design with cracks all over the petals. It’s different to anything we’ve ever seen from Byredo’s makeup range.
Inside the Byredo Flora Kalahari Eyeshadow Palette, there’s a mix of luminous, easy-to-wear shades come in both warm and cool undertones in matte, sparkling and metallic finishes, while its long-lasting formulation delivers crease-free coverage and a highly-pigmented finish.
- Glide-on, soft and lightweight textures
- Radiant and highly pigmented shades, in a single stroke
- A long-lasting and homogenous effect thanks to, a perfect adherence on the skin
- No fading and no crease effect on the eyelid
- Easy to apply and easy to blend, the finger application is ideal with those formulas
It’s a really pretty palette, and I like the inspiration behind the colour story and finishes. In the photo of the crushed shadows, the shades all look so multidimensional and beauty, and it is limited edition, so if you like the look of the palette, snap it up whilst you can.
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