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What is it?
Papel Picado was born from the fragility, subtleness and lightness of this traditional paper. Featuring nine eyeshadows which evocate the delicious smell and colour of the Day of the Dead. With a variety of finished matte and shimmer, dare to create spectacular smokies en green shades or fabulous cut creases in pink. Besides, the gorgeous design will transport you directly to Day of the Dead.

Why will you love Macaria Beauty?

Macaria Beauty is a brand 100% engaged with animals and nature.
It features a high quality mirror to get your makeup perfect every single minute wherever you are and our compact packaging it’s pocket-friendly.

  • Recuerdo: The blackest black that you will be able to find, and that it reminds us of the smell of the copal.
  • Cempasúchil: This vibrant shade in orange is perfect for smokey eyes with a touch of colour.
  • Alma: This shade is so white as the soul of those who are no longer among us.
  • Rosa mexicano: Pink shade with a subtle hue in neon.
  • Calaverita: An exquisite pink that will work perfectly as a transition shade.
  • Memoria: Dare to honour our deceased with this eyeshadow in a shimmery-finished in a purple shade. A colour that evokes one of the classic designs of papel picado.
  • Nostalgia: A gorgeous green shade in matte-finished that will take your smoked eyes to the next level.
  • Cielo: ¡ A shimmering blue for that pop of colour that you will die for!
  • Suspiro: Green shade with hues blues that will take you breath away!

Aunt’s Macaria Tips:
Use a primer into your eyelid; then, place Nostalgia as transition shade all over the crease and blend it out evenly with circles movements. Add depth with Recuerdo using the brush MB07 by Macaria Beauty in the outer v of your eye. For a pop of colour use Suspiro in the center of the eyelid. Smoke the lower lash line with Recuerdo.

SKU: MB-E04 Category:


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