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Berlin Underground Palette
Intense Eyeshadow Palette

Intense eyeshadows formulated with extra-fine pigments and infused with Hemp Seed Oil for buttery feel yet fierce color payoff. 15 alternative shades in shimmery metallics, matte & duo-chrome inspired by the rebellious underground culture of Berlin before and after The Wall. The perfect color palette for creating both everyday go-to looks with bronzes, browns & golds and unique smokey eyes with snakeskin green, burnt orange & distressed black.

Intense Color Payoff Intense Color Payoff
4x Finer Pigments 4x Finer Pigments
Puresource™ Ingredients Puresource™ Ingredients
Cruelty Free & Vegan Cruelty Free & Vegan
No Parabens, Phthalates & Mineral Oil No Parabens, Phthalates & Mineral Oil
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Intense eyeshadows formulated with extra-fine pigments and infused with Hemp Seed Oil for buttery feel yet fierce color payoff. 15 alternative shades in shimmery metallics, matte & duo-chrome inspired by the rebellious underground culture of Berlin before and after The Wall. The perfect color palette for creating both everyday go-to looks with bronzes, browns & golds and unique smokey eyes with snakeskin green, burnt orange & distressed black.

Intense Color Payoff Intense Color Payoff
4x Finer Pigments 4x Finer Pigments
Puresource™ Ingredients Puresource™ Ingredients
Cruelty Free & Vegan Cruelty Free & Vegan
No Parabens, Phthalates & Mineral Oil No Parabens, Phthalates & Mineral Oil

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Absolutely insensitive shade name
Thank you very much for sharing your thoughts. The skull imprint in our Berlin Underground Palette is a symbol of the alternative underground culture of Berlin that was exemplified by the counter-culture punk scene of the 70s & 80s, and then the techno scene of the 90s & 00s. Love Parade, which was organized in Berlin from 1989 to 2003 and in 2006, was a defining part of that movement. I myself participated in it in Berlin in the summer of 2000. The events of Love Parade in 2010, that was organized in the city of Duisburg and caused the deaths of 21 people, were horrific and terrible. They should never be forgotten and always remembered. But I would argue that that alone should not define Love Parade that for 16 years celebrated Peace, Love, Unity & Respect in Berlin. I’m happy to discuss more if you’d like. My personal email address is antti@nomadmakeup.com. Best, Antti Nomad Co-founder
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4.5 stars!