On my fair-light skin, Kitten Heel is a pretty, warm pink color with golden shimmers. Very pretty! Like it a lot! Perfect for an all over wash of color to add dimension, yet soft enough to be casual and neutral. :)
Not crazy about the pigmentation and how long it lasts. This doesn't last very long on my eye lids and I'm also not a fan of the color. I didn't like strawberry fudge by Clinique either and this shade reminds me of the pink eye shadow in that duo. If you liked Clinique strawberry fudge you might like this color as well. It's a rosy gold pinkish color.
I understand that this is a really pretty color and shadow, but the formula is horrible! It's not pigmented at all, and you really have to dig in to get any color. I love the rosy gold color, but it just doesn't show up!
My mom had purchased this eye shadow a long time ago as part of a quad, and I always remembered how wonderful it looked on her. I saw it one day at the store and bought it. Unfortunately, I have tried to apply it in a multitude of ways, and the pink simply does not show up on me. I end up with a nice shimmery gold, you would never guess there was any pink in the eye shadow from the way it looks on me. It does look nice, but I'm still disappointed that I didn't get any pink at all. It does look very nice on others though.
For Reference my skin is NC/NW 07-10 or Nars Sheer Glow Gobi.
This is my Go To shade for every day wear at the office, or a lazy mu day. I mostly use it as a wash of color over my lid. It is a fantastic Peachy gold shade. The gold is a shimmer and not a glitter. I have had no issues of fall out with this product. I think it is finely milled and I have no issues blending it in.
I think the color is fantastic, and I don't have to worry about over doing it when I use this color. I am on my second pan. Though, I think $18 is a bit high for a single shadow, I get an incredible amount of use out of it. I would always like to see more bang for the buck, but that's just me.
My favorite eye shadow, soft, shimmery, gold-coral color. Looks great on my tan skin w black liner and heavy mascara, can be worn casual or dramatic. Great amount of shimmer-gold glitter without actually being cheap or childish, I like the packaging because I like to apply with a finger over base, lasts a long time and main reason I give 5....doesnt fall off my eyelids on to my face!! Keeper. Would buy again and again.
I think I have finally found my perfect "pink" eyeshadow! This is a lovely rose-gold shade. With green eyes with flecks of gold, the golden sheen on this one is very complimentary. I have tried many versions of "pink" shadow, and most make me look tired or sick, but this one does not. It doesn't have the perfect formulation (I prefer the smoothness and pigmentation of most of my Nars and Urban Decay shadows), as I do have to layer it for intensity, but unless I find the same shade in a better formula I will continue to buy this.
The color is very sheer. I used up a lot of product for it to finally show on my eyelid. The lasting power is terrible. I really expected better, considering how much I paid for the product.
I love this colour for the lid. It's beautiful! I got this as part of a free gift with purchase but I'm going to buy it when I run out.
I have this eyeshadow in the Color Design compact. My mother actually bought this Lancome set for quite a deal a year ago or so, and gave this one to me. I've only started using it since the summer, but I can happily say that I love this eyeshadow. Upon first glance, like others have said, it reminds me of NARS orgasm. It's a peachy rose pink, with a gold shimmer to it. Personally, it has more shimmer than sparkle when I look at it, but if you blend it out, the sparkles are quite obvious. You have to put on a few applications to get a very deep and obvious pinky peach colour. It really is beautiful. I find the application to be very smooth and silky. It feels wonderful putting it on. Though this kind of shade isn't recommended for my skin tone, I just love to wear it daily. The only bad part to this is that there is a lot of fallout, but I'm sure that can be easily fixed by a primer (I don't use primers that often).