Eye Shadow - Grace
“As a makeup artist, this is a color I reach for again and again. I recommend it for its versatility and wearability.” – Kirsten Kjaer Weis
– A luscious, light mocha color with a semi-matte finish
– Wear alone or layer with other shadows to achieve depth and definition
– Smooth, silky application thanks to ingredients such as bamboo
Bamboo: Rich in natural silicone, extremely important in the synthesis of collagen in the connective tissue.
Honeysuckle Extract: Antibacterial, nature’s own preservative.
Gardenia Florida Extract: Antioxidant.
CCPB Certified Organic
NO artificial ingredients, such as petroleum, parabens, artificial coloring and fragrance, petrochemical emulsifiers.
NOT tested on animals
For best results, apply with an (artificial hair) brush.
For deeper definition, mist the brush slightly with water, intensifying the application of the shadow.
To create the effect of a soft eyeliner, dampen an eyeliner brush with water and apply along the lash line.
Caution contains Carmine.
*Ingredients may be subject to change. The most accurate and up to date product ingredient list can also found on the product packaging.
“Ultimately what I wanted to achieve was an alternative that fused beautiful color, texture and design with organic non-harmful formulas. I think it’s the way forward.” - Kirsten Kjær Weis
Kirsten was very clear with her intention when creating her range, “I wanted something unique and modern, but also socially responsible.” She collaborated with award-winning creative director Marc Atlan to produce the existing design: Red lacquer, grain-textured cases that look like little jewelry boxes were chosen to house bold metal compacts with white enamel “KW” logos.
Each compact comes with your chosen color, and refill pans are available in simple paper cartons that are fully recyclable. Even the refills are beautifully designed. The goal is to maintain both sustainability principles and a high standard of design. “The visual and aesthetic parts of daily life are vitally important to me. Consciously or unconsciously, design affects us all,” says Kirsten.