Today we wrap up the Stila eyeshadow shades available in a brick-and-mortar Sephora (you’ll find a few more shades at Sephora.com or at StilaCosmetics.com, if/when it comes back online. You’ll also find older shades at discount prices at BeautyCrunch.com).
These shades are Stila’s matte eyeshadows (sometimes called mineral matte), and in general, the textures are not as nice as the regular shadows or “eye bases.” They feel dusty, not soft like the others. The names might seem a bit unusual — they’re almost all cities or mountains in South America and southeast Asia.
Chichina is foxy orange brown; Champara is light brown. Tolima and Illimani feel slightly less dusty than the others — Tolima is medium brown, Illimani is red earth. Kamet is a very soft purple grey. Kalahoo is medium warm grey. Nanda Devi is dark cool brown. Batura is purple and not very well pigmented; Sajama is similarly pigmented and blue. Makalu is black (and needs no explanation).
Stila eyeshadows are $18 each and are sold as loose pans. A magnetic aluminum pot to keep it in is $2.
Stila eyeshadow: Chichina, Champara, Tolima, Illimani, Kamet, Kalahoo, Nanda Devi, Batura, Sajama, Makalu