Native to the United States and Southern Canada, the Isabella Tiger Moth was first described by a European man named James Edward Smith in 1797. Banded brown and black hair cover the larvae, allowing survival during Winter temperatures through a cryoprotectant in their tissues. Canadian and American folklore believe if the brown band is wide, Winter weather will be mild, with the opposite holding true if narrow. In reality, hatchlings markings from the same clutch vary widely, with no scientific evidence documenting the theory.
Isabella Tiger is a plushy burnt sienna shadow with tiny glints of orange sparkle. Isabella Tiger is also lip safe and looks super 90ís chic mixed with a clear lipgloss and dark brown liner. It is shown swatched over our Power Up Primer, and photographed with diffused, cool-toned flash lighting. Isabella Tiger as listed is in a 5gr jar with sifter and screw-on lid.
TITANIUM DIOXIDE (CI 77891), MAGNESIUM MYRISTATE,
MICA (CI 77019), SILICON DIOXIDE, MAGNESIUM STEARATE, BORON
NITRIDE, METHICONE, COPERNICIA CERIFERA(CARNAUBA) WAX,
IRON OXIDE (CI 77491, CI 77492,CI 77499), TIN OXIDE (CI 778161),
ALUMINUM OXIDE (CI77015)