These powder eye shadows offer loads of pigment, have moderate staying power, and come in a variety of shimmery and matte shades.
St. Tropez - a shimmery golden brown shade that is definitely one of my favorites. Subtle enough for daytime and works well under more intense colors.
Sateen, Hazelnut - everyday neutral, taupe eye shadows that have a matte finish. I use these in my crease on a daily basis at the office, paired with the St. Tropez color underneath. Would look best with blue or green eyes.
Cocoa Plum - a bronzy plum shade that is suitable for day time.
Cashmere - a deep shimmery plum perfect for creating a smoky eye.
Vanilla Sugar - a typical frosty pink. Not my personal favorite, but nonetheless works as a an ok base.
Golden Honey - described as a "shimmery golden chocolate" that is a little more olive than chocolate. This shade complements green/hazel eyes due to the warm tones.
Fig - dark grey-ish black with golden shimmer. Can't wait to try this for a dramatic look. The shimmer makes it less intense.
Tried the white color. It is nice, pearly shimmer. Very typical white with some shimmer. Nothing special about this!! It IS all natural and that, but it is expensive for what it is. NOT in love with it.
Sateen: Medium tan brown. PERFECT crease color, it is not shimmery but looks great on. I
Cocoa Berry: this is a pretty dark color, it is a beautiful dark purplish brown. It looks lovely on but probably best for darker skin tones.
St. Tropez: this is my favorite! It is a shimmery bronze and it lasted all day and didnt crease and didnt have fall out! It is a gorgeous color! (see picture above)
Pretty naked Pallete: I love the light color in this pallete, it is great as a high lighter, the other color is close to sateen but not as great a consistancy.
Pure Cocoa pallete. These were some pretty colors but these shadows were the worste consistancy. They were chunky and hard to apply with lots of fall out. Plus the container didnt shut tight so the air was on them at all times.
Note: The products bought at full price on the site seem to be better quality than the cheap ones that come in a set or are on sale at qvc...