Description: Create a subtle or dramatic look with this love & beauty duo eyeshadow! Features two matte finish shadows, one double sided sponge tip applicator and a snap closure. Lightweight.
Size: 3.0 g/0.10 oz.
Size: 3.0 g/0.10 oz.
Price: $2.80eaShades: Gold/Bronze, Silver/Grey
Gold/Bronze (F21-FDE-GB): The gold is a very neutral and subtle gold with a light satin finish. The bronze is a warm bronzey brown with a very subtle sheen, almost matte finish. Mixed together, these two shades create a warm caramel shade that is wearable even on it's own.
Silver/Grey (F21-FDE-SG):The silver is a bluish grey, with a silver sheen to it. The grey is more of a taupe grey, with a coolness that compliments the silver shade very well. Mixed together, these two shades create a nice cool silvery taupe, I've actually worn this on my lids on its own many times.
The packaging is an adorable pink, plastic compact, without a mirror or window; very simple. The duo shadow pan comes separated from the compact, and has a double sided square piece of tape of the back which you peel off the paper and stick it into the compact yourself. The tape is pretty durable, I've accidentally knocked these off my counter top a few times, and haven't noticed any chipping in the shadow pans.
Unfortunately though, I had ordered these online and when they arrived, the Gold/Bronze pan was cracked on the left side, but it's still usable.
The pigmentation of the shadows range from sheer to medium, Gold being the sheerest and Grey being medium. Used with a primer, the shadows come out pretty pigmented, and last all day without fading. These swatch photos show each color on its own and blended together, all swatches were on top of the ELF Eye Lid Primer.
I put a look together using all four of the shades; Grey on the lid, Bronze in the crease, Gold on the brow bone, Silver on the inner corner and lower lash line. This look was created without a shadow base and lasted 6hrs until fading began to show, I took off my makeup at 8hrs and you could tell I had shadow on but it was a bit hard to tell what shades I used.