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Inod (Matte)
Inod (Matte)
Inod (Matte)
Inod (Matte)

Inod (Matte)

$4.00

Soft golden peachy brown matte eye shadow Use with eyeshadow brush of your choice to lightly dust shadow into crease starting at the outer corner of the eye and moving towards the inner corner, or place all over the lid. Build up intensity by applying multiple layers, or applying wet. To make color more vivid, apply a light color cream base to lids before applying shadows.

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DM
02/14/2017
Daleth M.
United States

Perfect brown

Very pigmented and soft. Went on like a dream

SM
05/10/2017
stephanie m.
United States

Beautiful color!

This Inod color is very well pigmented and pairs wonderfully with the other rich colors that Karoty offers. My favorite combination is Inod with Temptress - what a beautiful smiley effect. This was my first purchase and I'll definitely be ordering again.

AS
03/17/2017
Allison S.
United States

The perfect medium brown

A staple in any collection!

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02/26/2017
Tierra
United States

Best transition shade ever!!!

Blended nicely, perfect transition shade, minimal to no fall out, it just couldn't get any better! I use this almost every day and may have to buy two at a time!! Please never get rid of this shade! It's amazing! Definitely will purchase over and over!

MG
02/23/2017
Makenzie G.
Baton Rouge, LA

Very similar to MAC's Soft Brown

Karity's dupe list had Inod as being a dupe for MAC's Soft Brown. It's close enough, but Soft Brown has a pinkish undertone compared to Inod, which appears orange next to Soft Brown. I've heard that Soft Brown is close to Mug Creme Brule--I've never swatched them both together because I don't have Creme Brule--but honestly, Inod is closer of a dupe to MUG's Frappe than it is to MAC's Soft Brown. It doesn't hurt to have all of them though, you can never have too many eyeshadows! From what I've heard, people pay $10 for MAC eyeshadows in the pan, but I pay $6 for them where I'm at (Louisiana), which isn't that far away in price compared to Karity's (which is $4.50 for me) and Mugs's single eyeshadows (also $6), so the price difference wasn't what drew me to want to try Karity's shadows. I found out about Karity through their dupe list, and I thought, if any brand compares their colors to another brand like MAC, they must feel very confident about their product. And they should, because the quality of their shadows are five-star!