Let's dive into their sparkling realm right away! And look, some of the jars even have levitating lids. ;)
OBSERVE! Left swatch: Over NYX Jumbo Pencil in Milk (white base that is), Right swatch: Pigment applied wet.
Afterglow reminds me of sparkling desert sand. This pigment is suitable for all eye and skin colors and would be gorgeous as an inner corner highlight.
Peachy copper? Coppery peach? I don't know. Either way this is a gorgeous pigment that will definitely flatter a pair of blue eyes with its warm lustre.
There is some kind of vintage aura surrounding this pigment that slightly reminds me of M.A.C.'s Cranberry. Your green eyes will pop right out of your head with this one adorning your lids.
Capturing the dual nature of a feverish, sleepless night Insomnia truly deserves its name. This is a dead on dupe for M.A.C.'s pigment Blue brown. On the swatches you can see how the pigment looks different depending on how the light hits it.
Dark and musty, like some treasure from a long lost culture, Liquid gold takes your breath away. If you're expecting a regular golden pigment you will probably be disappointed. This one is far from regular. It is an odd shade of gold with an almost greenish sheen to it that breathes an antique air.
If I were to name this pigment I would have called it "Candlelight", because that's what it reminds me of. Its real name, New Years Eve, definitely suits it though, when thinking of the champagne and the glamour that night is usually associated with.
A thousand silver sparkles in a base of dark grey is always a safe move when doing a glamourous smokey eye. This pigment is pretty, but not the most unique. When applied wet it turns to a dark, gunmetal color.
A silvery grey pigment that will dress your eyes in Prince Charming's shining armor. ;)
Sweet dreams is a very useful naked shimmer that looks innocent enough although its name instantly makes me think of Freddy Krueger. This shade is bound to suit everybody, Mr. Krueger included.
Now this is definitely a showstopper! With its chunky texture and dark, seductive color Utopia is definitely bound to blow your mind.
Overall impression: Since it is Makeup Geek I am not surprised that these pigments are of the same extraordinary quality as the rest of their products. They really put effort into building up their cosmetics line; an effort that is clearly reflected in the high standard of their products. To be honest there is only one thing that I found less than perfect with these pigments; the jars should be equipped with some kind of sifter (think; the kinds that Bare Minerals use for their foundation jars) so that the pigment won't escape as easily as they do without it. Otherwise, this product is outstanding!
So, are you excited about these yet? Maybe you've already tried them? :)
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