Stila has recently released two new eyeshadow palettes in their website- After Hours and Happy Hour.
I thought both were really pretty, but was especially drawn to the warm-toned After Hours palette. It just seemed like something I could get a lot of use from.
That was until I read the ingredients list. Several shades in both palettes contained an alarming ingredient- glass.
I have never seen glass or glass beads listed as an ingredient. I don’t know what the purpose is, or how small the beads are, safety, etc.. However, I know, for sure, that I can do without an eyeshadow palette with glass in it.
What are your thoughts on glass beads in eyeshadow? Have you seen such an ingredient before? Let’s chat!
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