The Desert Nomad Palette
Inspired by our travels through the American Southwest, our signature eye palette features our high-pigment pressed eye color crafted from ethically sourced minerals. We've also added organic shea butter, jojoba oil and coconut oil for a blendable, velvety finish.
• 3 shimmer / 6 matte shades
• Vegan, Cruelty-Free, Non-toxic
• The first-ever 100% compostable makeup package
Choose Palette Material:
Non-toxic, cruelty-free and vegan ingredients
Fully compostable packaging
Highly pigmented and blendable
Formulated for dark to light skin tones
Go bold or natural
Whether you want drama or to keep it subtle, our formula has you covered with pigmented, buildable color. Our model above is wearing Sunglow, Horizon, Red Rock, and Sienna — with a spray of desert fauna in her brows.
Blush, contour, highlight, oh my
Isn't it nice when you don't need 20 products to get a look? Our palette isn't just for eyes. Horizon and Red Rock create stunning blush looks, while Mesa and Sienna are great contours, and Sands, Flow, and Sunglow create glorious highlights.
The love <3
"The colors work really well on my skin tone, blend easily and have a creamy quality. They stay put all day too."
CATE, New York
"This is my new favorite palette. I can go bold or natural depending on what I want. I love that the company is totally sustainable."
Abby, New York
"The color is really strong and it blends easily. I was surprised this was 'clean' "
"It's such a relief to find a makeup brand that cares about the packaging as much as the formula. It's game changing."
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