I wasn’t immediately interested in this collection. The colors were all neutrals or muted shades, with the exception of Maiden Queen. It’s a good set of colors, though - great color payoff, and over half are matte or satin finish.
This can be a bit rougher-textured, but the color level is solid and it applies well. The base color leans just slightly cool. It’s a good basic “all-around” lighter pink.
This leans just slightly brown - not enough to be a “rosewood”, but there’s enough brown to make this a slightly less “casual”-looking shade.
Despite the base color and pretty visible particles, this isn’t a glitterbomb of a blush. The color shows up nicely on me, but not as scary-vibrant as I thought it might. It reminded me...
Similar to the grey/lilac colorshift that BE released a few years ago, except this one has better pigmentation and a much more visible color change.
This one’s semisheer, so I had to wear 4 coats to get the amount of color that I wanted. (I didn’t realize, when I ordered it, that it would be semisheer.) I do like...
A collection released for Shiro’s 7th anniversary. Mostly blues and greens, with one purple-red with an aqua duotone shimmer.
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