What it is:
A collection of eye shadow trios that effortlessly blend for the perfect look, day to night.
What it does:
These expertly coordinated color trios make creating multiple looks effortless and stunning. Infused with radiance-boosting minerals, sea coral, and green tea extract, the baked pigments sweep on weightless, natural-looking color—so you’ll be the picture of health. The ultra-light, micronized pigments blend beautifully to create a seamless finish. Each shadow is carefully blended and infused with spring mineral water, then shaped by hand and slowly cooked to achieve a unique, airy texture. The lightweight, breathable formula melts into skin for a natural splash of color that lasts.
Talk about a one stop shop for a smoky eye that is true to its origins. Instead of the smoky eye that people label dark eye looks with, these colors give the traditional smoky eye back its reigns and with a statement. The gray and black have such little shimmer in them that they almost look matte. Again, Sephora stays right up to the standards that luxury brands have, only way easier on the wallet. The packaging is simple, yet sleek, and is perfect for taking in a clutch just in case an emergency touchup is needed, although, I don’t think there will be a need for one as long as you use primer and don’t go looking for a tornado or a water park. The shades are soft and subtle when applied dry, then become bold and glam when applied wet. Either way looks good, but I would suggest that people with light eyes and blonde hair stay away from this product because it’ll overpower and off-balance your soft features. If you really want to turn up the glam on this trio, apply the Sephora Collection– Colorful Eyeshadow (Queen for a Day – No56) on the lid after you’ve already blended out your desired look. It’ll add some flair and glitter to an already gorgeous look. This color trio is currently unavailable but I listed the closest dupes to their other colors down below.
Texture: Pressed powder
Size: 0.06 oz.
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The closest colors Sephora has to match these in single eye shadows would be: