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First Gal on Jupiter

remixed eyeshadow palette
479.00 SEK

Embrace the cosmos with this metallic & neutral blend. Featuring foiled metallics, lush mattes, duochromes, and supergalactic holographic glitter. Perfect for creating looks that are out of this world! 🌕💫


”Don´t tell us that the sky is the limit - when there are footprints on the moon.”

First Gal Collection is a celebration of the women behind the space travels - and also the women who made it out there. Some of shades are named after the iconic women who have explored the unknown, reflecting their fearless journey. 

Katherine Johnson: African American mathematician who calculated and analyzed the flight paths of many spacecrafts with the U.S. space program. Her work helped send astronauts to the Moon.

Valentina Tereshkova: Russian Cosmonaut and space engineer, and the first woman to go to space.

Mae Jemison - American engineer, physician, and the first black woman to travel into space

Jessica Meir - Swedish/American Astronaut who is planned to be the first woman on the moon. Launch is set to 2024. Also did the first all female space walk.

Laika: The dog who became the first living creature sent into space. We want to honor her but also highlight that she made a sacrifice that no animal should ever have to make. 

Sally Ride: As the first American woman in space in 1983, Sally Ride not only made history but also championed science education, especially for young girls.

Ellen Ochoa: Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic woman in space. A brilliant inventor and engineer, she holds three patents and has been recognized with NASA's highest honor, the Distinguished Service Medal.

Eileen Collins: Eileen Collins, the first female Space Shuttle commander in 1999, is a pioneering figure in NASA with a legacy of four space flights and significant contributions to women in aerospace.

Janet Kavandi: Janet Kavandi, with over 33 days in space across three missions, now leads at NASA's Glenn Research Center, driving key advancements in space technology. 

Apply over a sticky primer with a dense eyeshadow brush with patting movements. We recommend our That base Crease killer and brush M06 ! Or wet your brush slightly before dipping into the shadows.

The shadows have different formulas and some of them are best applied with you finger to minimize fallout and really get that extra "Oomph" with the warmth of your finger.

Talc, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Silica, Isopropyl Palmitate, Dimethicone, Diisostearyl Malate, Magnesium stearate, Phenoxyethanol. MAY CONTAIN: Ultramarine Blue(CI 77007), Chrome Oxide Green(CI 77288), Hydrated Chrome Oxide Green(CI 77289), Iron Oxides, Manganese Violet(CI 77742), FD&C Yellow No.5 A1 Lake(CI 19140:1), FD&C Blue No.1 A1 Lake(CI 42090:2), Tocopheryl Acetate.

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First Gal on Jupiter

479.00 SEK

Customer Reviews

Based on 24 reviews
Marina Cuzminschi
Perfect cool toned palette

Love this palette. It is a perfect cool toned palette

Good but not great

I used the shadows over a primer. The mattes were good but a little hard to blend out (it might be the primer). Interstellar Icon and Eileen's Authority are 5/5 amazing shadows with great shine. Hubble Hues and Orion Octavia were a bit chunky and soft. They were hard to apply and spread out with a finger, they stayed clumpy. Great palette at the price point.

sophie sowinski

c'est ma 1ere palette gloss gods et je ne m'attendais pas à ç qui aime les fards lumineux et impactants !! les mats se travaillent très bien et les teintes sont très bien choisies pour la transition, le creux de paupière et un autre bien foncé, et les lumineux sont à tomber !!! des paillettes magnifiques le résultat et de toute beauté sur la paupière.


Great pigmentation

Isabelle Richermoz

I’m sorry but I am disappointed, because there is too much glitter in the headlights, whereas I thought they were satin and duochrome