Today I’ve got the Aromaleigh Fatalis Collection for you. It’s for Halloween 2015. I LOVE indie Halloween collections and this one is no exception. These are utterly gorgeous, complex colors. This is a very picture heavy post. Atropa Belladonna and Nerium Oleander contain carmine. All other shades are vegan. I bought the pre-sale set of mini jars.
Where to Buy
$35 demi sample set of 10 shades – 1/8 tsp in jar
$7.25 mini jar – 1/2 tsp
$3.50 sample jar – 1/8 tsp
I swatched these on Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy. I shot them under different lighting conditions – my daylight bulbs and then warm light in my hallway which has some daylight coming in. They are incredibly sparkly under the warm light. Under normal lighting conditions (where you have mixed light such as daylight from a window and overhead light in an office), you’ll see a lot of sparkle and color shift.
Late night swatching! @aromaleighcosmetics Fatalis collection swatches on @fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy. Top to Bottom: 1. Chironex Fleckeriv.2. Nerium Oleander 3. Atropa belladonna 4. Helleborus Niger 5. phoneutria nigriventer 6. Phyllobates terribilis 7. leiurus quinquestriatus 8. hapalochiaena lunulata 9. dendroaspis polylepis 10. amarita muscaria
I think the video really shows off the gorgeous colors nicely.
a base in a deeper blue-grey and it shifts to a brighter blue to teal and also violet
Plum grey base that shifts to blue to teal to violet to pink. I love this color! Such a me shade!
Nerium Oleander (not vegan)
a vivid pink base that shifts to green and teal and occasionally a tinge of violet
Fuchsia pink base that shifts to green to teal to violet.
Atropa Belladonna (not vegan)
a medium-deep purply mauve base which flashes to reddish pink and violet
Plum purple base with purple to pink to violet shift and you can sort of see reddish-bronze from some angles. Very pretty.
a has a purplish taupe base and shifts to gold and chartreuse and aqua
Light chocolate brown base with gold shift and gold to copper to pink. I think this one is a really lovely lid shade for blue green eyes. It’s a neutral with a twist. It’s pretty unique in my vast collection.
a black base with strong color travel from gold to bronze and even possibility of aqua to blue
Charcoal brown base with olive shift and gold to copper and green.
a warm green base and shifts of vivid gold to orange to reddish. You might even see a pop of violet
Fall in a jar! Deep golden base with gold to orange to bronze to red to copper shift. I love this one to bits. It’s gorgeous and amazing. This makes me think of ILNP Abundance.
a distinctive warm greenish yellow, and did you know that all scorpions glow a teal/blue in ultraviolet light? This shade has a base that is a smokey warm green with a golden glow, and interference shift that goes gold-chartreuse-green-teal
Greenish-brown base with teal to blue to green, and seems violet at the edges.
ranging from cocoa/copper to shifts of teal, chartreuse and even violet
Warm orange-toned brown base that shift to teal blue and violet.
a neutral greyed/cocoa base with the copper to rose to violet shift
Burgundy red base with pink to violet to red. I love this one too.
a warm red base and strong gold to chartreuse color travel. You may also see aqua
Reddish orange base with red to gold to copper to lime. Another really fun color.
So about the names. I love the inspiration for the names – deady flora and fauna. However, I can’t remember the names for the colors because they’re the scientific names. Oleander and Belladonna I’m used to, but the rest are hard for me to remember.
Honestly, these remind me of ILNP Ultra Chromes in eyeshadow form. I think they’re stunning. My favorites in the collection are Chironex Fleckeri, Helleborous Niger, Atropa Belladonna, Phyllobates Terribilis, Dendroaspis Polylepis and Amanita Muscaria. These are the ones that I’m debating buying larger jars of.
What do you think of Aromaleigh Fatalis?