These palettes are designed according to eye color. Each palette has a lid color, crease shades, highlight shade and an eye base. The eye base feels a little too creamy to hold on to eye shadows so, I wouldn't rely on that. The shadows themselves are very pigmented, blend well but, there is quite a bit of fall out especially the ones with glitter. With a good eye shadow primer they last well and do not crease. Fall Makeover especially is a beautiful neutral palette while the other two are more playful.
|Top to Bottom : Highligher, Eye Base|
I've talked about these lipstains previously here. These three colors are new for fall. Work It! Plum is one shade that will look good on all skintones and gives a beautiful wash of color.
|L-R : Look Book Pink, Work It! Plum, Fashionista Mauve|
In A New York Minute Nail Colors($1.99)
All three colors needed a good 3 coats for opacity and the consistency is on the thinner side. Scenestealer Grey is a perfect shade for medium skin tones. All three shades are very metallic but, very wearable at the same time!
|L-R : Underground Purple, Scenestealer Grey, Backstage Brown|
Cheek Glow Single Pan Blush($2.99)
Hello Lover! Pink is a sheer, shimmery light pink. Darker skin tones may have a problem with the color showing up but, keep in mind that it is very buildable and blends really well. The pigmentation is a little sheer and this shade would be a great pick for light-medium skin tones. The texture is finely milled and there's very less fallout. Works great as a highlighter since it leans a tad towards the frosty side!
What are your thoughts on the New York Color In The Spotlight Collection?
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