Getting started with green beauty: W3LL PEOPLE Elitist Eyeshadows are beautifully pigmented, naturally luminous, and free from artificial preservatives, parabens, chemicals, dyes, fragrance, silicone, dimethicone, pthalates, sulphates, petroleum, talc, bismuth oxychloride, nanoparticles and bad mojo!

Thinking of cleaning up your beauty routine? Why not start with your eyes? W3LL PEOPLE Elitist Eyeshadows are beautifully pigmented, naturally luminous, and free from artificial preservatives, parabens, chemicals, dyes, fragrance, silicone, dimethicone, pthalates, sulphates, petroleum, talc, bismuth oxychloride, nanoparticles and bad mojo!

We craft our colors with care, and have created a formula that is perfect for shading, highlighting, contouring and lining. Since our powders are natural loose mineral, you can also mix them into gloss, hair gel or even moisturizer to concoct your own green beauty products!

Getting started with green beauty: W3LL PEOPLE Elitist Eyeshadows are beautifully pigmented, naturally luminous, and free from artificial preservatives, parabens, chemicals, dyes, fragrance, silicone, dimethicone, pthalates, sulphates, petroleum, talc, bismuth oxychloride, nanoparticles and bad mojo!

HOW TO APPLY:

  • Apply our Elitist Eyeshadow Powders using W3LL PEOPLE’s premium, professional-grade Basic Eye Contour Brush.
  • Gently sweep and blend into place for contouring and highlighting.
  • May be applied dry or wet.

Here are some of our favorites to get you started! Left to right, Back row: Elitist 83 Luminous Copper, Elitist 836 Iridescent Gold, Elitist 838 Neutral Taupe. Middle row: Elitist 839 Petal, Elitist 88 Sparkling Plum, Elitist 840 Camel. Front row: Elitist 817 Matte Eggplant, Elitist 2010 Pink Champagne, Elitist 87 Luminous Taupe.

Getting started with green beauty: W3LL PEOPLE Elitist Eyeshadows are beautifully pigmented, naturally luminous, and free from artificial preservatives, parabens, chemicals, dyes, fragrance, silicone, dimethicone, pthalates, sulphates, petroleum, talc, bismuth oxychloride, nanoparticles and bad mojo!

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