Friday, August 15th, 2014

Tom Ford Nude Dip Eyeshadow Quad
Tom Ford Nude Dip Eyeshadow Quad

Tom Ford Nude Dip Eyeshadow Quad ($79.00 for 0.21 oz.) contains four shades of warm-leaning neutrals that go from golden champagne to dark brown. If you remember Emerald Lust or Enchanted, that ultra soft, buttery, richly pigmented formula is back in this new, limited edition quad for fall. The eyeshadows go on so easily and nearly blend themselves; they work and transition into each other in a way that’s effortless. It’s a well-done set of shades, but they’re all dupable, so whether it’s a must-have will depend on your desire to have them in a palette and what you already have in your stash. You’ll also have to love shimmer, as there is quite a bit a frost in this, with all being high-shine except for one, which is more of a satin.

Nude Dip #1 is a brightened, golden champagne with a frosted, metallic finish. It had good color payoff that went on well both wet and dry, though it was a smidgen more pigmented and metallic when applied damp. The color wore well for nine hours before fading. MAC Fabulous Three #1 (LE) is less metallic. Too Faced Riviera (P, $16.00) is similar. Tarina Tarantino Fantastical #3 (P) is lighter. Tarina Tarantino Elektron (P) is similar. Kat Von D Galore (LE) is similar. L’Oreal Iced Latte (P, $7.99) is cooler-toned. Benefit Bikini-tini (P, $10.00) is a cream product. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Nude Dip #2 is a muted, medium copper with a hint of rose and a frosted finish. It had nice pigmentation applied wet or dry, and the texture turned slightly more metallic with a damp application. The texture was soft, smooth, and buttery and applied beautifully. The color stayed on without creasing or fading for nine hours. LORAC Unbelievable (P) is browner. bareMinerals Bare Skin (LE) is lighter. Tom Ford Beauty Orchid Haze #2 (P) is darker. MAC Pink Sensibilities #1 (LE, $21.00) is darker. MAC Gingersnap (P, $15.00) is warmer, less shimmery. bareMinerals Rose Gold (P, $14.00) is cooler-toned. Urban Decay Trick (P, $18.00) is darker, warmer. Sleek MakeUP Sunset #11 (P, $9.99) is brighter, warmer. CoverGirl Melted Caramel (330) (P, $4.99) is darker, cooler-toned. Tom Ford Beauty Pink Haze (LE, $40.00) is a cream product. MAC Temperature Rising (LE, $15.00) is more muted. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Nude Dip #3 is a medium-dark, warm-toned taupe with a frosted, metallic sheen. It had excellent color payoff applied wet and dry, and it was so soft, smooth, and easily blended on the lid. The color wore well for nine hours before fading slightly. Chanel Tisse Rivoli #1 (P) is darker, cooler-toned. LORAC Mocha (P) is warmer. Maybelline Sleek & Spice (95) (LE, $6.99) is a cream product. Tom Ford Beauty Orchid Haze #2 (P) is lighter, warmer. Sleek MakeUP Python (P, $9.99) is warmer. Sleek MakeUP Paradise on Earth (P, $9.99) is similar. Urban Decay Mugshot (P, $18.00) is a touch cooler-toned. MAC Until Dawn #1 (LE, $21.00) is less shimmery. Tom Ford Beauty Platinum (LE, $40.00) is a cream product. bareMinerals A-Ha (P) is cooler-toned. Inglot #402 (P, $6.00) is cooler-toned. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Nude Dip #4 is a dark brown with subtle, warm undertones and a satin finish. It had fantastic pigmentation regardless of application method. The texture was soft, smooth, ultra finely-milled but not powdery. When I wore it, the color didn’t show any signs of creasing until after ten hours of wear. MAC Cocktail Black (LE, $15.00) is darker. Chanel Tisse Rivoli #4 (P) is similar. YSL Saharienne #3 (P) is a touch lighter. bareMinerals Toasted Espresso (LE, $14.00) is similar. Le Metier de Beaute Autumn Rust (LE, $30.00) is warmer. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

P.S. — I saw this up briefly for pre-order at Saks, but it’s no longer there, so I’m not sure if Saks already ran through their online stock or not. It’s due out in late August/early September, but with Tom Ford’s launches, they tend to spring up erratically online and in-store.

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Friday, August 15th, 2014

Tom Ford Stroked Contouring Cheek Color Duo
Tom Ford Stroked Contouring Cheek Color Duo

Tom Ford Stroked Contouring Cheek Color Duo ($77.00 for TBA oz.) is supposed to create “sculpted cheekbones” by using the “lighter, pearlescent shade to highlight” and the “deeper, matte shade to add definition and structure.” Long-time readers may be well-acquainted with my love for Tom Ford’s Cheek Color formula, so I’ve been eager (but anxious) about the arrival of the new, limited edition duos. The illuminating powder is impressive with a really soft, buttery consistency that sits on the skin beautifully. The blush-like color had a slightly thinner texture in comparison and could have used a wee bit more pigment, though it was still a soft, finely-milled, blendable blush. I’m definitely going to buy the other duo whenever I see that available online!

Highlighter is a peachy beige with warm undertones and a soft, frosted finish. It had good color payoff, and the texture was soft, buttery, and so smooth. Applied, it illuminates the skin without emphasizing pores. I would consider this a higher-sheen highlighter, so if you prefer more subdued finishes, this might be too glowy in comparison. On me, the highlighter wore well for almost ten hours before breaking down. IT Cosmetics Hello Light (P, $24.00) is warmer, darker. Giorgio Armani Belladonna (LE, $88.00) is similar. Becca Moonstone (P, $38.00) is a touch lighter. theBalm Mary Lou-manizer (P, $24.00) is more golden. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Contour is a muted, medium orange-brown with a satin-matte finish. The texture was soft, finely-milled, and smooth, but it was slightly thinner/less dense. It had good, buildable pigmentation, though it wasn’t as pigmented as the blush formula typically is. It was easy to apply, and it was very blendable on the skin. The color lasted well for ten hours before fading gradually. Makeup Geek Infatuation (P, $9.99) is lighter, less red. MAC Seduced at Sea (LE, $25.00) is more shimmery. MAC Pleasure Model (LE, $25.00) is darker, more shimmery. MAC Bad Girl Gone Good (LE, $21.00) is darker. NARS Gina (P, $29.00) is lighter. MAC Eternal Sun (P, $23.50) is slightly darker, more muted. MAC Coppertone (P, $21.00) is similar. Burberry Tangerine (P, $42.00) is darker. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

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Friday, August 15th, 2014

Tom Ford Twist of Fate & Negligee Lip Colors
Tom Ford Twist of Fate & Negligee Lip Colors

Tom Ford Negligee Lip Color ($50.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a muted, medium-dark plum with warm undertones and a soft shine. It had rich, opaque color coverage that glided on evenly and smoothly without tugging on the lips. The color lasted for five hours and was nicely hydrating while worn. Guerlain Air Kiss (304) (P, $37.00) is darker, more shimmery. Estee Lauder Intense Nude (P, $30.00) is lighter. Too Faced Pink Chocolate (P, $22.00) is brighter, glossier. Laura Mercier Cozy (P, $24.00) is brighter, more matte. Chanel Ce Soir (P, $34.00) is cooler-toned. Buxom Hooligan (P, $21.00) is lighter. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Tom Ford Twist of Fate Lip Color ($50.00 for 0.10 oz.) is a brightened, medium orange-coral with warm undertones and a satin finish. It had fully opaque color coverage, and the consistency was lightly creamy to easily apply without dragging but still felt lightweight, comfortable, and smoothed lips. This shade lasted for five and a half hours on me and was hydrating while worn. NARS Juliette (P, $32.00) is lighter. Too Faced Melted Coral (P, $21.00) is much lighter. Bite Beauty Cin Cin (P, $24.00) is slightly more orange. Givenchy Croisiere Coral (310) (LE, $36.00) is a touch lighter. NARS Lodhi (P, $25.00) is brighter, lighter. MAC Style Surge (P, $22.00) is pinker. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Both shades are part of the limited edition fall color collection. So far, only Saks shows them online, available for pre-order with a ship date of 9/26.

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Thursday, August 14th, 2014

NARS Yachiyo Kabuki Brush
NARS Yachiyo Kabuki Brush

NARS Yachiyo Kabuki Brush ($55.00) is described as a “multi-functional tool designed for defining cheekbones, highlighting the complexion, and blending and diffusing color on or around the eye area.” It’s a slightly smaller-than-medium-sized blush brush that flares outwards from the base and then tapers gradually to a point at the tip. It’s 1.5 inches / 4 centimeters in length, 0.75 inches / 2.5 centimeters in width (at its widest) and thickness. It has a total length of 6.25 inches / just over 16 centimeters. It has a fair amount of spring and moderate density. I liked it best with under-pigmented blushes or blushes with stiffer, drier consistencies, because the bristles aren’t as soft, so they seem to disturb the surface of tougher powder blushes better, but it’s a brush that doesn’t feel as nice on the skin at times. When I use a feathery touch, I don’t notice that it’s lacking some softness and smoothness to the bristles, but if I try to buff or really blend and diffuse color, it’s less comfortable. I remember hearing a lot of raves for this brush over the years, so when I received it, I was disappointed by the texture and feel of the brushes. It actually prompted me to try Hakuhodo’s Large Yachiyo brush ($50), which is softer but not as soft as other face brushes.

NARS Mie Kabuki Brush ($55.00) is described as a “soft, allover face powder” brush that uses goat hair bristles. It’s a medium-large powder brush that flares from the bottom, rounds out in the middle, then gradually tapers to a soft point at the top. It’s nicely weighted with slightly more weight towards the brush head end, but it feels comfortable in the hand. The brush head is 1.75 inches / 5 centimeters in length, 1.25 inches / 3 centimeters in width (at its widest point) and thickness. It had a total length of 7 inches / 17.5 centimeters. The bottom half (towards the base) is dense, and as it moves up, it has more of a moderate density and moderate spring. The bristles are somewhat rough/scratchy against the skin, especially if you use any tapping or stippling motion, and it is less noticeable if you use slow, sweeping motions. It is about double the size of the Yachiyo with greater density, but it is similar in overall shape.

NARS Mizubake Kabuki Brush ($55.00) is described as a “contour and sculpt” brush with goat hair bristles that can be used with blush as well. It is a short-handled, flat-topped brush that flares out from the base. The brush head was just short of 1.25 inches / 3 centimeters in length, and 1.25 inches / 3 centimeters in width (at its widest point) and thickness. It had a total length of 4/5 inches / 11 centimeters. It could have a better cut–the bristles are a bit uneven, but it was significantly softer, smoother, and nicer to use on the skin compared to the other two brushes above. It had moderate density with light spring, so it worked well for buffing product into the skin, stippling, blending, and sweeping. Of the four, this was the only one I liked, though the shape itself isn’t one that I use in my regular routine, but it is a nice alternative to a buffer brush for someone looking for a longer handle (compared to most buffer brushes, that is!) and less density (it is easier to clean and dries faster than your typical buffer brush, since it is less dense).

NARS Kudoki Kabuki Brush ($40.00) is described as a “sable and pony hair” brush used to “contour the eye for impeccable crease definition.” It is a medium-large-sized, sharply angled eye brush. The brush head measured 0.5 inches / just over 1 centimeter in length, 0.4 inches / 9mm in width, 1/8 of an inch / 3mm in thickness. It had a total 6.5 length of inches / almost 17 centimeters. It’s a firmer, denser brush that is very precise, so if you like a soft, diffused crease, this isn’t an appropriate brush. This seems like a brush you’d use to create a cut crease look. It could be used to apply eyeliner as well, but it is a thicker angled brush, so it would be for a more specific look/application or perhaps smudging out eyeliner. The bristles were fairly soft, but the shape is “sharper” in a way, so use a light pressure when applying to find your comfort zone. The cut could be better, as the edge is noticeably uneven.

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A medium-large all-over face powder brush with rougher/scratchier bristles, which makes it more unpleasant to use as an all-over face brush. The lack of softness is more noticeable when tapping or patting the brush against the skin and slightly less apparent when doing a sweeping motion.
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Mizubake Kabuki Brush

Moderately dense, light springiness that made it work well for buffing and blending out powder products on the skin for a really diffused look. The bristles were fairly soft, and the brush is similar to how one might use a buffing brush but with a flatter edge and a longer handle (but it is a short handle compared to face brushes in general).
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Thursday, August 14th, 2014

NARS Catherine Audacious Lipstick
NARS Audacious Lipstick: Catherine, Juliette, Natalie, Grace, Geraldine

Today, I’m reviewing some of the more coral shades in the new NARS Audacious Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) range. The new formula is supposed to be richly pigmented, give lips a smoother appearance, and be moisturizing. So far, they are very pigmented and forgiving when applied as the formula doesn’t catch on any imperfections on the lips. The consistency is creamy, lightweight, but not too emollient, so it doesn’t slide around. I’ve been finding them to be longer-wearing as well. The formula isn’t moisturizing from my experience with them, and it doesn’t retain the same, ultra-flattering finish throughout wear, as it tends to look a bit dry during the last hour or two of wear. It appears to be scent- and taste-free. These launch September 1st, they’re now online at narscosmetics.com.

Catherine Audacious Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “sunny guava.” It’s a brightened, medium orange-coral with a satin finish. It had rich, opaque color coverage in one pass, and it looked beautiful on as it smoothed out the appearance of the lips. The color lasted for five hours on me and was neither drying nor hydrating. MAC Style Approved (LE, $22.00) is more muted. Givenchy Corail Signature (317) (P, $36.00) is darker. Bite Beauty Centifolia (LE, $28.00) is lighter. Sephora Collection Samba (LE, $12.50) is brighter. Too Faced Melted Coral (P, $21.00) is lighter. Tom Ford Beauty Sweet Spot (05) (LE, $49.00) is pinker. Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Kimber (P, $18.00) is warmer. MAC Sweet Grenadine (LE, $17.00) is darker. Givenchy Croisiere Coral (310) (LE, $36.00) is pinker. NARS Lodhi (P, $25.00) is more matte. MAC Style Surge (P, $22.00) is pinker. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Juliette Audacious Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “pink coral.” It’s a brightened, medium coral-pink with a satin finish. It had fully opaque coverage after one stroke, and it was really smooth and even–sometimes shades like will bunch up and create “lines” if you press your lips together, but this one doesn’t. It lasted four and a half hours on me and was neither drying nor hydrating. MAC Modern Wow! (LE, $16.00) is lighter. Kat Von D L’Ecole des Femmes (P, $21.00) is more matte, pinker. Bite Beauty Centifolia (LE, $28.00) is lighter. MAC Toying Around (LE, $16.00) is darker, pinker. Givenchy Brun Createur (103) (P, $36.00) is more matte, pinker, more muted. Too Faced Coral Fire (P, $22.00) is darker, more matte. Givenchy Croisiere Coral (310) (LE, $36.00) is slightly warmer. NARS Lodhi (P, $25.00) is warmer, more matte. MAC Style Surge (P, $22.00) is warmer. Buxom Two-Timer (P, $21.00) is more muted. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Natalie Audacious Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “flamingo.” It’s a brightened, medium pink-coral with a semi-matte finish and warm undertones. The formula was richly pigmented, and again, the consistency wasn’t too thick or too thin and applied with a really nice, smooth result. On me, the color wore well for five hours and was neither drying nor hydrating. MAC Love Temple (LE, $22.00) is glossier, slightly warmer. Kat Von D L’Ecole des Femmes (P, $21.00) is more matte. Marc Jacobs Beauty Wham (604) (P, $28.00) is darker, more matte. Revlon Snow Peach (LE, $7.99) is glossier, sheerer. Bite Beauty Crush (P, $28.00) is brighter, warmer. Marc Jacobs Beauty Shout (138) (LE, $30.00) is darker. YSL Rose Neillia (33) (P, $34.00) is glossier, pinker. Chanel Melodieuse (136) (P, $34.00) is pinker. Too Faced Bon Bon (P, $22.00) is glossier. Givenchy Rose Dressing (202) (P, $36.00) is slightly darker. MAC Watch Me Simmer (LE, $16.00) is more matte. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Grace Audacious Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “bright pink coral.” It’s a bright, medium-dark coral-red with warm undertones and a satiny finish. The pigmentation was on point with full color coverage in one stroke. It had a nice, creamy feel that glided across the lips and delivered even color. This shade wore for six hours and was a smidgen drying. NARS Kelly (P, $32.00) is more muted. Chanel La Malicieuse (46) (P, $34.00) is pinker. Maybelline Shocking Coral (P, $7.49) is glossier. Make Up For Ever #37 (P, $19.00) is lighter. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Geraldine Audacious Lipstick ($32.00 for 0.14 oz.) is described as a “tangerine.” It’s a bright, medium orange with warm, yellow-orange undertones and a luminous finish. It had a glossier finish than a lot of the other shades in the range, but it didn’t seem to affect the coverage or wear. It still had really intense color payoff that went on smoothly, while the color itself wore well for five and a half hours and was neither drying nor hydrating. Givenchy Corail Signature (317) (P, $36.00) is lighter. Illamasqua Soaked (P, $26.00) is a touch darker. NARS Timanfaya (P, $25.00) is more matte, lighter. Milani Sweet Nectar (P, $5.49) is more matte. Maybelline Electric Orange (P, $7.49) is similar. MAC Fashion Nomad (LE, $16.00) is more matte, darker. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

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Thursday, August 14th, 2014

 

bareMinerals The Designer Label Eyeshadow Quad
bareMinerals The Designer Label Eyeshadow Quad

bareMinerals The Designer Label Eyeshadow Quad ($30.00 for 0.17 oz.) is an earth-toned set of shades. It’s new and permanent and features the brand’s Ready formula, which is one of my all-time favorite formulas on the market. All four shades have been released before… technically. I found a couple of color differences between the shades in this palette and their original releases in limited edition palettes (see below).

Ball Gown (V2) is described as a “nude sheen.” It’s a brightened, yellowed peach with warm undertones and a frosted, metallic finish. It had really nice color payoff that went on smoothly and evenly, while the color wore well for ten hours before fading (though their claim is 12-hour wear). So, last holiday, there was an eyeshadow named Ball Gown in a limited edition quad (see here), but this shade is different–it is several shades lighter and yellowy, rather than more like a peach. MAC Fabulous Three #1 (LE) is more muted. LORAC Beige (P) is less shimmery. Too Faced Riviera (P, $16.00) is less shimmery. Tarina Tarantino Delightful #4 (P) is slightly more muted. bareMinerals Ball Gown (LE) is darker, more orange. Kat Von D Galore (LE) is lighter, yellower. Disney by Sephora Scuttle (LE) is less shimmery. Urban Decay Flow (LE, $18.00) is a touch lighter. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Tres Chic is described as an “apricot creme.” It’s a light peach with yellow undertones and a satin finish. It had good pigmentation with a soft, blendable consistency that lasted for nine and a half hours before fading. This was released originally in The September Issue, but I found that the version in this quad is slightly lighter–it’s not as noticeable of a difference as the one between Ball Gown and its original release (more within “reason,” I guess). Makeup Geek Beaches and Cream (P, $5.99) is pinker. Disney by Sephora Flounder (LE) is yellower. MAC Samoa Silk (DC, $15.00) is darker. MAC Bamboo (P, $15.00) is darker. Inglot #328 (P, $6.00) is yellower. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Elitist is described as a “glistening olive.” It’s a medium-dark, olive brown with warm undertones and a soft, pearly sheen. It had good color payoff that was easy to blend and apply to the lid. It wore well for almost ten hours before creasing. This was released originally in The Wild Thing and The Star Treatment. Chanel Tisse Mademoiselle #4 (P) is cooler-toned. Kat Von D Disintegration (P) is browner. bareMinerals Embellish (LE) is darker. Too Faced Buche de Noel (LE, $16.00) is similar. Dior Bonne Etoile (384) #3 (LE) is similar. NARS Paramaribo #2 (LE, $24.00) is more golden. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Couture is described as a “glimmering clove.” It’s a dark brown with olive undertones–so it leans a smidgen green at times–and a pearly sheen. It had very nice pigmentation, and the consistency was soft, buttery, and easy to work with. On me, the color didn’t start to crease until after ten hours of wear. The September Issue, and it was an exact match in color for the one in this quad. MAC Olive Blend #2 (LE) is similar. Clarins Forest #1 (LE) is similar. Dior Bonne Etoile (384) #3 (LE) is warmer. theBalm Lead Zeppelin (P, $16.00) is greener. See comparison swatches /
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