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French Quarter Eyeshadow Collection. 5 gram jars with flip top sifter and lid.

* The original settlement of New Orleans and the oldest neighborhood in the city is Vieux Carre, better known as the French Quarter or simply The Quarter. Established by the French in 1718, the location continues to be a valuable site for trade due to its strategic position along the Mississippi River.

The district is a National Historic Landmark and is bordered by popular streets, such as Canal Street, Decatur Street, Rampart Street and Esplanade Avenue. The French Quarter boasts a storied history of international influence with cultural contributions from the French, Spanish, Sicilians, Italians, Africans, Irish and others - all evident in the development of this global port settlement.

So much of what makes New Orleans unique is captured in the melting pot atmosphere of the French Quarter, from the boisterous party vibe of Bourbon Street to the bohemian elegance of Royal Street. It's a neighborhood full of entertainment and surprises.

* Pure Mineral Eyeshadow
* Matte
* Chemical Free
*Ingredients- Mica Powder, Pigment Oxide, Sericite, Zinc Oxide, Magnesium Stearate, Boron Nitride and Kaolin Clay
*5gr loose eyeshadow pots

 

Voodoo Loose eyeshadow collection. 5 gram jars with sifter flip top and lid

* Pure Mineral Eyeshadow
* Matte
* Chemical Free
*Ingredients- Mica Powder, Pigment Oxide, Sericite, Zinc Oxide, Magnesium Stearate, Boron Nitride
*5gr loose eyeshadow pots

* A little definition of Louisiana Voodoo 
*Louisiana Voodoo, also known as New Orleans Voodoo, describes a set of underground religious practices which originated from the traditions of the African diaspora. It is a cultural form of the Afro-American religions which developed within the French, Spanish, and Creole speaking African American population of the U.S. state of Louisiana. It is one of many incarnations of African-based religions rooted in West African Dahomeyan Vodun. They became syncretized with the Catholicism and Francophone culture of south Louisiana as a result of the slave trade.