I got this in my Ammo pallet, and I have to say this is the one that I use the most! I will soon have to buy another, I love it so much. It is my perfect go-to everyday eyeshadow colour! Its a pretty champaign-pink, which, when applied, looks quite natural on me, but brightens my eyes and makes the green in them pop! I foresee this becoming an HG in my collection!
This is my HG highlighter! Color is perfect on me and just the right amount of shimmer.
Normally don't go crazy over eyeshadows but this has been my go-to highlighter. Just sweep on and go. Will buy again for sure.
I've bought and replaced this shade 2-3 times. Love it! I use it in the crease only, as it is quite dark.
Sin is a champagne-pink on my lids (NC-35). It's shimmery, not glittery so there's no fallout. I wear it as a wash or pair it with smog or chopper that I got in my ammo palette.
Great for an every day wear-to-work look. Just apply Sin, mascara, gloss, blush and you're good to go!
I think this is my favourite UD shadow. I have it in a couple of different palettes, and though it's a neutral, shimmery pink which looks fairly common, I don't actually have anything else quite like it. It has an intense shimmery sheen and is buildable so that you can apply it sheerly as a highight on the browbone or face, but can also build it up as a lid colour if you want a simple, easy look that brightens up your eyes and makes you look more awake. Even if you think you have a shadow just like it, I recommend giving this a try.
This is such a gorgeous color. Very pretty champagne pink. For brown girls it makes a nice highlight color but be careful with it because it can be a bit frosty. Apply with a light hand and blend, blend blend and this would look great under the brow. I haven't tried this on the lid yet so I'm not sure how it would look. Will be updating.
**update** Looks awful as an all over lid color. Not complementary at all. You wont get any of that champagne pink color. It'll look like silver. Still a great highlighter though
I got this color in one of the UD palettes and it is one of my favorites. It looks great as a highlight/cheek highlight and it also looks really good with a mauve in the crease, but this is a pretty common color so I recommend just buying a cheaper alternative.
Its a shimmery, basic, slightly pinky champagne. I love it for the color and consistency, as I do all UD shadows, but the fallout on this is crazy! i don't usually have a problem with that but the first time i used this I ended up with shadow all over my cheeks, simply because i hadn't been ready for that much fallout. I stlll love it though
I decided to pick up an eyeshadow I really liked from the Naked palette to tide me over until getting my paws on the palette and I really loved Sin. I'm glad I got it (even though I know I'm getting the Naked palette for Christmas!) because I can see myself using this a lot. I already have. It's extremely versatile.
A shimmery light champagne that looks pinkish in the pan but not on my very fair skin. It almost provides a very light, neutral wash of shimmer. I've been looking for a colour like this for a long time. It's perfect for everyday with a soft crease colour, but it's easily amped up for a super smokey eye with a darker colour in the crease. It's a rare colour that I use all over the lid AND all the way up as my highlight, too...not something I can usually do due to being so pale. It goes on super smooth and lasts all day with UDPP. I am so happy that I purchased this on its own. I've gotten more compliments on my makeup looks using this than any other shadow for a long time! (UD packaging is really cute too!)
Granted, the idea of this colour is not terribly unique and I'm sure there's something similar in every makeup line, but if you are looking for a light, neutral shimmer shadow, you can save yourself the search and give this a try. It really does the trick!