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Cygnus: Blood and radiant starlight. We created Cygnus with a deep red gelée base illuminated by stunning blue-green iridescent shift, creating a color of smoky drama with the luminous complexity of a deep space nebula.
How to wear: We love this shade on eyes and lips. In the very lightest of applications, a faint wash over bare skin will create an effect that is subtly deepened and delicately blue-green-shifting reminiscent of a dragonfly wing. Apply just a little bit more to create richer color and a bolder shift. Apply over any cream product or your favorite Ash and Ember Eye Soot as a base.
Celestial Sphere Eye Soot: These magical creations capture the night sky in constellations of scintillating starlight.
Each richly textured, brightly shimmering gelée formulation creates natural magic in a highly pigmented potion—all while being made with beautifully minimalistic ingredients. We make every boldly shimmering shade of Celestial Sphere Eye Soot with only iridescent, dimensional, color-shifting pigments to create something truly unique: each color is incredibly vibrant while maintaining its translucency.
Celestial Sphere Eye Soots are incredibly versatile. Wear on bare skin, layer over any Ash and Ember Eye Soot to create a light-capturing gaze, apply as an extraordinary finish over any of our other colors on any part of the face.
Net wt. 0.13 oz/3.8 g
Ingredients + More Information // Celestial Sphere Eye Soot
Our Process of Creation
Every Rituel de Fille product is obsessively formulated in-house with the smallest number of ingredients possible. Each carefully-selected pigment, oil and wax has a purpose—we use nothing extraneous and avoid fillers. This attention to detail creates intense color and exceptionally long wear in opulent textures.
Finished products and raw ingredients are all Leaping Bunny Certified cruelty-free. Made of natural ingredients. Made without: synthetic dyes, synthetic fragrances, parabens, phthalates, talc, or plastic-based glitters.