The two shadows I was sent are Bobby Dazzle (a nude cream similar to Sin) and Void (Charcoal Grey similar to Perversion). The glitter quotient may be high but it is a very finely milled and soft glitter.
When applying the shadows Bobby Dazzle doesn't show up on me as per usual with creamy nude shades. I am left with fine silver glitter which looks kind of cool. Void is a soft grey when used dry, with a silver glitter overlay. Now contrary to the press blurb, there is fall out but not as much as usual! Click on any of the images for a larger version.
The swatches below show the difference in pigmentation. I used them wet as well as dry and didn't really see much difference between the two in terms of the colour intensity. Perhaps the wet was a little more intense but not by much. I wouldn't say these are packed with pigmentation but very nice over a base or for a subtle wash of colour with a very fine glitter. But I don't think these shadows are about intensity, more about the lovely fine sparkle. It really is beautiful. Even for my near ancient lids I was pleased that it wasn't mega chunky glitter that generally doesn't do me any favours. Void isn't really suitable for every day wear but I would certainly whip this one out for a night out, it's quicker and less messy than pigments and glitter!
Am I going to buy the rest of the colours, no I don't think so, well may be just one...
I really like the smart and user friendly packaging, no breaking nails on these little compacts! See the video below for what I mean!
What is your favourite eye shadow at the moment?