ulta and the smashbox website. Is being sold for $39 now. The back is pure silver metallic and had a reflective glare every time I tried to take a picture. It said the products contents and ingredients.
SWATCHES: All without primer and one swipe (or noted), from left to right
Beige- Matte cream, exactly my skin tone
Almond- very light matte brown
Golden- A golden shimmery shade, a little on the bronze side. Definitely not antique gold
Chestnut- A matte light brown similar to almond, but not as pigmented
Fawn- True matte taupe but on the lighter not super pigmented side
Chocolate- Deep matte brown, average on pigmentation but lighter than in the pan
Taupe- Not very taupe in my opinion. Has glitter but otherwise matte. Very light shade, and I'm not sure how you would wear this one.
Peach- Shimmery almost frosty beige shade, can be used as inner corner hilight or perhaps all over the lid. Not in my opinion a peachy shade.
Citrine- Almost duochrome shiny peachy pink. Reminds me of Urban Decay sin but more peachy.
Orange- Very orangey shade but with a more golden/ red undertone. Not a true orange, but still an appropriate name.
Red- A rust/ coppery red. Surprisingly wear able. I wore it today and didn't get any weird looks, only compliments.
Umber- A true duo-chrome. Shines slightly green in one light, then more of a brown in another. Reminds me of a chameleon.
Maize- A light yellowy matte shade. Best used as highlight on the brow bone.
Mint- A light minty green. I'm not sure how to wear this shade but it seems lovely.
Turquoise- A green-blue shimmery shade.
Green- A very blue toned-green. Not as pigmented as some other shimmery shades.
Blue- A silvery kind of slate blue.
Dark Blue- A matte black base with dark blue glitter specks.
Pearl- Frosty, perfect pearly shade for inner corner highlighting.
Pink- A matte baby pink base with gold glitter specks.
Lavender- Matte pinky-lavender. The most pigmented matte shade.
Violet- A light but still true violet.
Purple- A deep purple but has to be built up, which can be nice for creating dark looks
Black- A true matte black. Had to be built up, but I like that in really deep shades.
Silver- Very metallic, pigmented. True true silver.
Grey- Kind of a frost. Not frosty, not matte, and not shimmery.
Slate- Very pigmented taupey-slate shade,
Brown- Pigmented matte dark brown, with copper glitter specks.
Pewter- A true pewter, pigmented and metallic.
Glitz- More pigmented then the black shade. Matte with silver glitter specks.
Baby Pink- Very light but can add a natural pale flush, matte
Sherbet- Slightly coral mixed with berry shade, matte, use a light hand
Glow- Intensely shimmery light pink. Tap off brush before sweeping onto cheeks so not to end up with sparkles everywhere
Bronze- A matte bronzer. Slightly orangey, and very pigmented. Blends out naturally.
- Overally shimmery shades are better than the mattes
- Large variety of shades- Neutrals, greens, blues, purples, and silvers.
- Variety of finishes- Mattes, shimmers, satins, frosts
- All the cheek products are lovely and pigmented
- not very much fallout with these shades