Rather than fifty shades of brown or peach, the shadows are uniquely created to pop against darker skin tones. The result is some serious #blackgirlmagic.
A rough draft of the Saharan Palette.. Made some minor changes.We apologize for the delay on the release of the Saharan Palette 😩. It's required all products are tested before any release. In January we'll be releasing The Saharan Palette, Saharan blush Palette and Saharan Eyeliner kit . We can't wait to share. 💕💕💕. Please be on the look out for an exact release date🙌🏽💕
Eburu hopes to satisfy a void for Black beauty consumers, including herself. “It felt odd [walking] into the cosmetic store or drugstore aisle with so much excitement, only to [walk] right out with very limited products that actually work. It was quite a challenge finding fun products that spoke to me personally, but more importantly, products that were very flattering on deeper skin tones and women of color,” Eburu says. “In reality, I bought products that were popular, not necessarily because it complimented my skin tone beautifully. It was at that point I made a decision to make fun products that actually complimented me beautifully.”
This year, the brand is celebrating its second anniversary with the release of three exciting new palettes. And there's more to them than meets the eye. “The Saharan Palette is about the nomadic tribe in West African Saharan Deserts called the Fulani People and Tuareg People,” notes Eburu. And it couldn’t be more beautiful. Like the brand’s other much loved palettes, it comes housed in a bright case adorned with an illustration of a Nubian queen.
The shadow collection is set to launch January 31, according to Eburu, but for those who simply can’t wait, now marks the perfect time catch up on the brand's other offerings. Two of our favorites are priced at less than $40: The gorgeous Nubian 2nd Edition Palette (which Eburu says was crafted to honor the Egyptian Empire and Queen Nefertiti) and its much-loved Masquerade Palette, which is designed with an African royal goddess in mind and features four shades of Carribean blue and a purples to match African violets. And, maybe the best part? You're supporting women and beauty inclusivity in the process.