Continuing a family legacy of herbalists and natural healers, Fat and the Moon founder Rachel Budde has built her company around providing handcrafted, herbal body care products to those seeking natural and effective alternatives to chemical-filled products. Like a witch over a cauldron, Budde experiments with age-old ingredients and recipes passed down from various healing traditions to craft innovatively simple products that are good for the body and the earth.
About this product...
"Remember rocking blue mascara real, real hard? I sure do. The thing I loved most about blue mascara was the subtle yet electric effect that gave a natural look a little surprise. In wearing the black Eye Coal on the regular, I found myself missing that deep ultramarine look that takes sultry up a couple notches to hot dang.
Having the ultramarine color in pot eyeliner form allows more diversity in application- line to smudge. That deep blue pop can be achieved by applying a little Lapis Eye Coal on the inside of your bottom eyelid with a super duper clean finger or makeup brush. For more drama- and you know we all like a little drama sometimes- line those come hither eyes on up, applying face powder or white clay as a base for the Eye Coal to hang on to. Channel yourself a little Sea or Sky God or Goddess! You know they are in there, wanting to come out!
Btw’s Lapis is a gorgeous, precious blue stone that Cleopatra used to get ground into her own version of Eye Coal."
Use within 6 months of purchase
1/4 fl oz tin
Sunflower Oil (Helianthus annuus)*
Cosmetic Grade Ultramarines
Elderberry Extract (Sambucus)
*Organic .15 fl oz
Apply with a makeup brush for more defined Cleopatra looks. A tip dear friends! When applying the Eye Coal with a makeup brush first apply a bit of face powder or cosmetic clay to your eyelid starting at the base of your lashes. The Clay/ powder will give the Eye Coal something to sink into and will keep your liner on sharper and longer. For that mysterious smokey appeal, apply with a squeaky clean finger on the inner rim of your bottom eye lid then close your eyes together hard to get the coal on the top inner lid and smudge the way you like.