Foraged Fields

Plant Based Eyeshadow


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Only 2 pieces in stock!

Our eyeshadow is made from plant materials and clays that are good for your skin! The colors are light and subtle without any shimmery powder. No mica, or titanium dioxide.



Rhassoul Clay, Bentonite Clay, or French Red Clay depending on shade. 

Packaged in a small kraft container.

How To

Can be applied wet or dry, mixed with lotion to make blush, used as a highlighter for your cheekbones, etc.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Baylee Swan
Subtlety is in the Eye of the Beholder

I actually gave up wearing eye shadow for many years, due to several reasons, though I did miss it every now and then. However, I never used it, because at the time, all of the supposed eye shadows provided were not %100 eco-friendly and cruelty free. So, it was just one less thing for me to worry about.
However, when I saw Egyptian Goddess, I had to have it! Like most, you are a little nervous as to how it will look when you actually get it, which is a light brown, but it was exactly what I wanted! One thing I love, is because the texture and consistency of the product is so light, you can take your time to build up your own amount of lightness or darkness. It goes on so light, so you really get a natural look, but still can build to it, and feel happy knowing that what you are putting on your face is safe! I got Egyptian Goddess and Toasted Coconut- love them both! And the packaging is so cute!


I purchased all 3 colors. I wish I could post pictures! All colors are beautiful; however, they're very, very light. All 3 make great base colors. I cannot wait for them to come out with darker, more defined colors. The Toasted Coconut looks like it'd be's not and it's not as orange as it looks on the site. All 3 are beautiful, just very light and perfect for the base.


Love the ‘Toasted Coconut’! It’s pigmented and stays on. It is easily comparable to the Urban Decay Naked Heat palette.

Silvana Oderisi
Love the idea

Love the idea of clay eye shadow! It doesn’t show up well on my eyelids but if I apply a lot it makes it more noticeable

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