Amore E Morte Full Eyeshadow Collection
In this set you will get all eight eyeshadows from the Ligeia Resurrected collaboration 🖤
Eyeshadows in the shades:
Inspired by Donizetti’s French opera by the same name, this is the most luxurious and deepest shade of black you’ve ever seen. While contemplating her dreadful fate if her beloved should find out her true identity as the King’s mistress, our heroine Lenore sings of a cursed wedding ceremony where she wears a black veil.
An iridescent absinthe green with touches of gold. Lucrezia Borgia of history was notorious for being a serial poisoner to achieve her desires. There were even shades of green fabric that were popular during the Victorian era that were quite literally poisonous to wear.
The most vibrant, richest shade of blood red in existence, inspired by Donizetti’s most iconic heroine. After being forcefully separated from her true love Edgardo, she murders her new, arranged husband in her bridal chamber, spattering her wedding dress with blood.
A gorgeous bone ivory, inspired by a monument of Donizetti in his hometown of Bergamo, Italy. It depicts Donizetti gazing upon the Muse of Tragedy while composing.
An exquisite dove greige transitional shade that will be flattering on all skin tones. This was quite literally inspired by mourning doves and dead flowers. What else do you think of when you think of tragedy?
A deep burgundy purple, inspired by the cheap bottle of wine a quack doctor sells as a love potion in Donizetti’s romantic comedy “Elixir of Love”.
Inspired by rain-soaked tombstones, this gorgeous grey is essential for your smokey eyes. Donizetti had the privilege of having his own requiem mass played at his own funeral.
A royal blue with a satin finish; a stunning shade befitting royalty. Inspired by Donizetti’s opera about Anne Boleyn and the events leading to her execution.
Please read each individual listing for product details.
ingredients: Kaolin Clay, Zinc Oxide, Refine Mica, Iron Oxides and Mica Pigments May Contain: Titanium Dioxide, FD&C Red 40, Blue 1 and Ultramarine Blue