I really like the left shade -- it is difficult to capture the true color in photographs. It is a plummy-taupe with a soft, light shimmery green duochrome (a little bit like a lighter, plummier-taupier version of MAC's Club). The right shade is a nicely pigmented charcoal with blue-green shimmers that don't really show up much on the eyes. I like to use the left shade on its own. The right shade is useful as a liner or on the outer corners. A little goes a long way with this one!
Pictured below indoors with flash. These colors definitely appear differently depending on the lighting and angle of view.
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And here is Exotic Dance: a pairing of shimmery icey-white and a medium shimmery golden-bronze. The white side is somewhat sheer and has micro-shimmer. I experienced some fallout with this one. The bronze side has a smoother texture and better pigmentation. I think many may already have a bronze like this in their collection as it is a fairly common color and available from many lines--this is a nice one, though. Due to the texture of the white side I recommend trying this before buying.
Pictured below indoors with flash:
Moving on to our final eye product from the collection, here is the Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Queen. This one would be more aptly named a glitter pencil because it is straight-up, chartreuse-green glitter in a transparent base. To be honest, seeing as I am long-past the age demographic that is best suited to glitter, I'm not sure I will get a lot of use out of this but may break it out to use sparingly on special occasions, holidays or the rare foray into the night-clubbing world! ;)
Oooh glitter is pretty when magnified! Here you can see the clear base
Finally, below are swatches of both duos and the pencil. These were done dry without a base. You could probably achieve more depth and vibrancy with a primer underneath:
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