Sunday, January 17, 2016

Tom Ford Honeymoon Eyeshadow Palette Review and Swatches 2016

Very pretty!  Warmer and more pigmented than Nude Dip but with a very similar formula.  Metallic, but not shimmery.  I found that using them wet only added a little to the pigmentation (but made the shadows harder to apply and blend) except for the darkest brown which was too pigmented to use as anything but a liner wet.

Shade one:  gold with a pink/peach/bronze undertone.
Shade two:  darker gold, blackened or bronzed, if that makes sense.
Shade three:  red with a burnished copper/rose gold duo chrome look.
Shade four:  the coolest of the shades and the most puzzling.  It looks reddish in the pan, cool swatched and in between on.  Less metallic than the others, but still with a slight sheen, I'd say it is a neutral rich brown with a cooler bronze undertone.

What I like best about this palette is that each shade can be worn alone for a quick idiot proof look.

Lovely, this one will review well.

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