Rockabilly Pigment - Matte Pigmented Red Eyeshadow– Sample Beauty
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Rockabilly Pigment - Matte Red

£5.95 £4.15

Vegan | Cruelty Free | Multi-Use

A matte pigmented red eyeshadow.

This true red eyeshadow will help you to colour outside the lines, thanks to its intense pigment and neutral tones. Without a weighting towards either warm or cool tones, Rockabilly can be used to compliment either.

How to Use:
- Use as a normal eyeshadow by tapping the product onto a wet base and blend out with a light hand. We advise using our Erase and Boost Base, which has been specifically formulated to be used with our products.
- Mix the pigment with our Multi-Use Setting Liquid to turn the pigment from powder into paint. Use the paint as eyeliner, face paint, body paint
- Mix the product with a clear gloss or lip balm (like Carmex) to create a coloured gloss
- Mix the pigment with our Erase and Boost Base, to create your own custom coloured base.

Note: All pigment shades are fully mixable. If you want to create your own custom pigment shades, use the lid of the jar to mix pigments. Rinse the lid of the jar after use.

Each pigment comes in a large (36mm wide), premium glass custom designed jar, providing you with luxury on the inside and outside.

The swatch image provided is of the pigment on top of our Erase and Boost Eyeshadow Base.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Lauren Banham
such a beautiful colour

really easy to use and is so so bold. I love it


The color is very beautiful and its intensity is real although with a primer or a concealer the color is intensified more. I love using it as an eyeliner and in combination with the -Marilyn-. On the other hand, I think that this color is not a true red, it has more fuchsia undertones but as a blood red it is beautiful

Eduarda Santos

Rockabilly Pigment - The Nostalgia Collection

Jade Bird


Jade Yorke
Amazing formula, blends pink

Extremely pigmented and blends like a dream, however I cannot for the life of me apply this without it coming out pink! I pack it on and you can see the true deep, red pigment but as soon as i start to blend it turns pink.
If anyone has any tips I'd really appreciate it, if I could blend the pigment and it stay red then I'd absolutely give 5*

Hi Jade,

Using a wet base can make the pigment darker which can cause it to go more 'cherry'. Using a set base helps the pigment stay super red!

We hope this helps.

Kind Regards,
The SB Team

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Rockabilly Pigment - Matte Red