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Halener Rustique Green Pigments: Into the Forest, Mya & Cancun


So this is the first three in the green pigments to review from Halener Rustique. The purple pigments were quite impressive. Let’s dive straight into swatches. Just to note my swatches are done without primer so it’s just the pure colour showing through. 

From left to right: Into the Forest, Mya & Cancun
 Into the Forest is a deep dark forest green. It appears darker in the bag than on application. 
 
Mya is a mysterious colour. It appears like an extremely dark green, almost black in the bag but on application it shows up to be a sparkly green with the dark green undertone. 

Cancun is a bright leafy green. This colour is true to what you see in the bag. This one is my favourite out of this bunch. The colour is stunning and reminds me of the famous Cancun of Mexico.  
 
Just like the purple colours they are pigmented, smooth to apply and all very sparkly. However, you can expect eye-shadow sparkle fallout though, so make sure to use a good primer and sweep them off your face during the day. More green pigments to come soon!
Happy Shopping!
XOXO
Naomi

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