Curse of Dimensionality

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  • Regular price £6.30

This is a clear sky blue matte shade.


Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Chromium Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Blue 1, Magnesium Stearate, Carnauba Wax.


  • Samples contain 1/8 tsp of loose eyeshadow (or approximately 0.25mL). If the Sample Jar option is chosen, samples will come in a 5ml jar without any label art.
  • Half and Full sizes are packaged in 5mL Plastic Cosmetics jars.
  • Half sizes contain 1/2 tsp (or approximately 1g) of product in a 5mL jar without sifter.
  • Full sizes contain 1 tsp (or approximately 2g) of product in a 5mL sifter jar.
  • Matte shades weigh more than shimmer shades because they are more dense, so we fill by volume rather than weight.
  • Both half and full sizes feature label art stickers on the lids for their particular collection.
  • Shades pictured here are representative for size and do not represent any particular shade.


  • Our 5mL jars do not come with sifters.
  • This colour is vegan.
  • Lip Safe!
  • Arm swatches are by on Instagram. Left is over bare skin, right is over our Blank Page primer in Cotton.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Emily Chen
Build It Up!

I received the pastels from the Segfault collection through the sample bundle. These are great pastels! Super bright but still soft - it's really hard to get these color tones to remain true. Curse of Dimensionality needs to be built up, as it starts out patchy and more of the white base comes through.
I will note: not all of the pastels are a true matte - Nondeterminism (green) had noticeable shimmer particles throughout and caught the light. Curse of Dimensionality (blue) also has a white base but blends well when built up!

Maddison B.
The colour is gorgeous

The colour is sooo beautiful, almost like a really light, bright sea blue. The sample size actually came with quite a lot of powder in there. The only thing is that blending and getting an even application of colour is quite difficult. This could be because it's really my first time using loose pigment. I use Fyrinnae's Pixie Epoxy as a base.