A good burgundy eyeshadow, deep pigmented and blendable- need suggestions

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    A good burgundy eyeshadow, deep pigmented and blendable- need suggestions

    Im looking for a decent burgundy eyeshadow, it needs to be pigmented and blendable and preferably matte!
    I have a gorgeous colour by Sigma, but it is not very bendable or pigmented , I have spoken to a friend at Mac that couldn't suggest anything current, any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dupresyousay View Post
    Im looking for a decent burgundy eyeshadow, it needs to be pigmented and blendable and preferably matte!
    I have a gorgeous colour by Sigma, but it is not very bendable or pigmented , I have spoken to a friend at Mac that couldn't suggest anything current, any ideas?

    <3
    Inglot Pearl Eye shadow #452.

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    Melt Cosmetics makes a pretty burgundy... not sure of the name, sorry!

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