A customizable, vegan eyeshadow collection featuring 40 pressed powder shades across 4 finishes to achieve a limitless range of looks. The highly-pigmented shadows are formulated from talc-free, finely-milled powders for a smooth, easily blendable texture and comfortable, non-drying wear. Designed to be used with Curator Refillable Palettes to reduce waste over time. Palettes sold separately.
MATTE: Rich, velvet matte finish that delivers intense payoff in one swipe.
SATIN: Creamy satin finish with a subtle luminosity.
METALLIC: Intense color with a molten-metal effect.
SHIMMER: Multidimensional, reflective pearlescent finish.
•Talc-free, finely-milled powders
•Smooth, easily blendable texture
•Comfortable and non-drying
•Customizable and refillable
•Designed to be used with Curator Refillable Palettes to reduce waste over time.
•Eyeshadow pan is made from recyclable aluminum.
•Vegan and cruelty-free
•0.03 OZ / 1 G
To reduce our use of virgin plastic, Curator palettes are crafted from tin and post-consumer recycled (PCR) plastic and meant to be used indefinitely.
VIRGIN PLASTIC WASTE REDUCTION:
1-PAN PALETTE = 1 PLASTIC BOTTLE SAVED
3-PAN PALETTE = 2 1/2 PLASTIC BOTTLES SAVED
5-PAN PALETTE = 5 PLASTIC BOTTLES SAVED
*Figures based on 500 ml plastic bottle weighing 9.9 g. Source: PET Resin Association (petresin.org).
Pair with a Curator Refillable Palette.
•Shades can be used alone or layered to create a multidimensional look.
•ALL-OVER PLACEMENT: Nº 3 All Over Shadow Brush
•DEFINITION: Nº 9 Domed Shadow Brush
•SHADING: Nº 12 Beveled Shadow Brush
•BLENDING IN CONTOURS AND CREASES: Nº 6 Tapered Blender Brush
•DIFFUSING INTO LASH LINE: Nº 11 Smudge Brush or Nº 13 Precision Smudge Brush
How to Fill/Refill Your Palette:
Apply firm, even pressure on top and bottom of the eyeshadow pan to snap into refillable palette. To remove, firmly press top edge of eyeshadow in a downward motion and tilt upward.
The Hourglass Curator Eyeshadow in Fig is a deep mauve metallic shade, as described by stylishwitht in their video review. The shade is highly pigmented and has a metallic finish, adding a touch of glamour to any eye look. The eyeshadow is part of the Curator range, known for its high-quality and luxurious formulas. The Fig color is versatile and can be used to create both subtle and bold looks. However, the video review does not mention any potential drawbacks or issues with the product. Overall, the Curator Eyeshadow in Fig by Hourglass seems to be a high-quality eyeshadow with a beautiful metallic shade that is worth trying out.
Gabriella's video review of the Curator Eyeshadow in Fig color by Hourglass highlights the beautiful colors and versatility of the product. She mentions that the eyeshadows come in three shades, with one being matte and the other two being metallic. Gabriella expresses her excitement about using these shades in various ways. She invites viewers to share their favorite shade and suggests trying it out first. Overall, the Curator Eyeshadow in Fig color by Hourglass seems to be a promising product with its attractive colors and potential for creating different eye looks. However, without further information, it is difficult to assess any potential drawbacks.
The Curator Eyeshadow in Fig color by Hourglass was reviewed by Carla in a video review. Carla mentioned that she was excited to try out the individual eyeshadows from Hourglass. She ordered the shade in Fig, which is a deep purple color. Carla found the shade to be pretty, but she felt that it lacked pigment. Overall, Carla was not completely satisfied with the product. Despite its attractive color, the eyeshadow's lack of pigment was a drawback for Carla. However, it is important to note that this review is based on Carla's personal experience and preferences.
The Curator Eyeshadow in Fig color by Hourglass was reviewed by Ashley in a video. Ashley mentioned that the eyeshadow is difficult to remove from the box and doesn't fit in a Z palette. She also noted that the packaging doesn't feel magnetic. Ashley found the shade to be challenging to work with, although it was ultimately okay for use as a liner. However, she expressed that the eyeshadow is not worth the high price. Overall, the Curator Eyeshadow in Fig color by Hourglass received a negative assessment due to its packaging and difficulty in application, making it not worth the investment.
Hourglass, the cruelty-free beauty brand, is known for its innovation and commitment to reinventing luxury cosmetics. The complexion, color, and skincare are crafted to be undetectably transformative while effortless to apply. Paradigm products feature cutting-edge formulas with active ingredients and covetable packaging that elevate expectations of how a product should look, feel, and perform.
We believe beauty and integrity should be synonymous, which is why we are as uncompromising with our products’ performance as we are with our commitment to animals.
Since its launch in 2004, Hourglass has been a cruelty-free brand that has stood against animal testing. As part of our mission, we donate 1% of annual profits from hourglasscosmetics.com to our partner, the Nonhuman Rights Project, a U.S. organization that works to secure fundamental rights for animals. Additionally, 5% of annual profits from all Unlocked ™ products sold globally are donated to support the organization’s efforts.
We will continue working towards change because we believe in seeing eye to eye with animals. Like us, they are living beings that experience love and happiness; pain and fear. We will stay true to our mission until they are protected in the beauty industry and beyond.
"With the Eye to Eye campaign, we wanted to capture the humanity in the animal’s eyes."
- Carisa Janes, Hourglass founder & CEO
JOURNEY TO VEGAN
Our compassion for animals has always been at the heart of Hourglass, and in 2017, we began to re-examine what it meant to be truly cruelty-free. We decided that in order for us to move forward with integrity, we had to push not only for ingredients that haven't been tested on animals but also for ingredients that aren’t derived from them.
While the majority of our collection was already vegan, we committed ourselves to replace a few animal byproducts in select formulations, pledging to become 100% vegan by 2020. Leveraging our passion for innovation and ingredient technology, we got to work on creating cutting-edge vegan replacements.
By December 2020, we successfully reformulated our remaining products to be fully vegan and are celebrating this milestone with the launch of Confession™ Red 0. Our biggest innovation to date, Red 0 is a 100% vegan red lipstick formulated with our patent-pending replacement for carmine—the industry’s standard red pigment produced from crushed female insects. Red 0 symbolizes our commitment to animal welfare and marks a new chapter in our ongoing commitment to cruelty-free beauty.