My eyeshadow collection consists mainly of neutrals and two colors that I consider "pretend neutrals" since they are so easy to wear: green and purple.
Here are most of my greens:
It's not like I have a thing for seafoam and olive or anything...
|Ignore the dust; I suggest looking instead at the multicolored microshimmer.|
|I want to go to there.|
|I feel bad for changing the order. But not enough to take another picture of the cans.|
Here are the mousses in blob form.
I would use the Brightening-sized dollop for my whole face.
|And starting to blend out into a heavy swatch.|
|A bit more blended and starting to dry.|
|As you can see, it's not a substitute for foundation--|
redness and texture issues around my nose area are still there--
but pores are where? It's not all in the bad photography.
|Half-hearted attempt to arrange roughly by color, with the wider Ulta swatches on the end|
|It may be obvious at this point that Cherry Blossom is my momentary crush. |
It is so special. Not red-red, not pink-pink. Not too summery despite its brightness and lightness.
|Fyrinnae Charmed as blush; Fyrinnae Penguin to contour cheekbone and orbital bone of lid. No flash.|
|And the flash version. My true friends will ignore my stray eyebrow hairs and spots.|
|And would it be a look from me without a doofy smile? I think not.|
|Dark brown, beige, blended|
| I don't know if it's bad juju to start with a "meh" review.|
But here we have Lunasol's Three-Dimensional quad... or octet... depending on how you look at it, and I wouldn't keep it with me in my pyramid for use in the Egyptian afterlife, but I find it useful.
On the outside, it looks like this:
|Simplistically swatched with the tri-shades blended together. Oh, hello, vein.|