Exposed- nude tan matte- compare to UD WOS*




Exposed is a lighish tan matte- it's a true nude, and pretty much blends with lighter skin tones.  It makes a wonderful base for adding color, or for a sophisticated nude look.  

Dare to compare this with Urban Decay's Walk of Shame. It's every bit as gorgeous, but made without talc, binders, bismuth oxychloride, or preservatives. 

Ingredients: Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Magnesium Myristate, Magnesium Stearate, Boron Nitride, Silica.  Also contains:  Iron Oxides

Vegan and gluten free.  You'll receive a 5 gram jar with approximately 3/4 teaspoon of pigment

Additional Info

Color Family Neutrals
Finish Matte
Depth 2 (1=white, 6=black)
Shimmer Scale 0(0=Matte 5=Glitter)
Original Collection Valentine's 2013
Opacity 3 (0=Sheer 5=Opaque)
Vegan Yes
Gluten Free Yes


Review by Claire E
My perfect everyday base lid color! As mentioned in another review, it is a touch warmer than pictured, but it doesn't look that orangey if applied with a light hand. On me, it wears as a nice, natural-looking wash of color. I have been using this for a few years in my daily eye look: this color, Focus or Mousse in the crease, and Goddess as an inner corner highlight, topped off with mascara and a cat eye. Perfect!

Age: 19-24 Eyecolor: Blue Haircolor: Fair Skintone: Brunette Skintype: Sensitive

(Posted on 9/20/2017)
Review by Monika M
Exposed is a beautiful soft colour. It is honestly a very very pale brown, but due to my skin tone I've been using it lately as my everyday crease and outer corner shade with a very light white/ivory on the inner part of the lid and corner. It creates a subtle look for me when I want to emphasize the eyes but not the fact that I'm wearing makeup.

Age: 36-43 Eyecolor: Blue Haircolor: Fair Skintone: Red Skintype: Sensitive

(Posted on 7/13/2017)
Review by Roxane M
I wasn't sure I was going to like this eyeshadow because it is much more orange than the pictures provided. However, I have fallen in love with it as a transition color. I apply a light coat then blend it out; it goes on and blends out beautifully. As an aside, if I don't use a light hand when applying the shadow, it is too orange for me. Otherwise, I love it and it has become a favorite transition color for me.

Age: 50 plus Eyecolor: Blue Haircolor: Medium Skintone: Brunette Skintype: Dry

(Posted on 2/21/2017)
This shadow isReview by Danalynn C.
This shadow is about a shade paler and warmer than Bareback. This is a nice matte neutral color and, since I'm so pale, it works great to be used on the outer half of my lids.

Age: 25-29 Eyecolor: Hazel Haircolor: Fair Skintone: Blonde Skintype: Not Answered

(Posted on 10/7/2013)
This has becomeReview by Elizabeth B.
This has become my everyday shadow. It is the perfect base or wash with a touch of Goddess on the brow bone and inner eye.

Age: 36-43 Eyecolor: Hazel Haircolor: Fair Skintone: Brunette Skintype: Combination

(Posted on 4/20/2013)

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