Killing Time

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  • Regular price £6.30

"Sable grinned, the honest, open grin that goes with job satisfaction, perfect and pure. He was just killing time until the main event, but he was killing it in such exquisite ways. Time, and sometimes people."

A velvety muted violet matte, the colour of shadow on pallid skin.


Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Manganese Violet, Iron Oxide, Ultramarine, Zinc Oxide, 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.
  • Both half and full sizes feature label art stickers on the lids for their particular collection.


  • 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 5 reviews
Gemma S.
Killing Time

Love it, beautiful colour and I love the matte formula. Will definitely get a bigger size of this when I use up the sample.


A soft, blue-violet eyeshadow that looks wonderful on its own, or can be used to enhance other colours. I use it a lot with The Voice to blend out nicely.

I'm really happy

I'm really happy with my purchase. I like the quality and the themes of the products. Most of the stuff I ordered were in sample size, but the little sachet contains enough product to get the impression of it. I'm definitely going to re-order. Service was great and I love the personal touch!

Alice S.

one of the most pigmented purple/ mauve pigments I’ve ever bought- it applies so smoothly and with no patchiness :relaxed:️

Terra C.
Lush lovely lavender

It was gorgeous as a crease color, took a little effort to even blend but I attribute that more to my lack of skill with loose pigments v.s. the pigment itself.