Dashing Lassies Eyeshadow Palette ($36.00) is a rather neutral, slightly warmed up palette.
This palette includes six eyeshadows: Bronze (copper penny), Buckwheat (frosty medium brown), A Dashing Lassie (metallic milk), Magical Mist (metallic taupe), Showstopper (dark brown), and Once Upon a Time (metallic vanilla).
The palette contains 0.19 oz. worth of eyeshadow along with a tiny 213 brush, which means you’re paying $190/oz. In comparison, if you were to buy potted eyeshadows, MAC eyeshadows run at $290/oz. and pans run at $230/oz. These palettes do offer a little more bang for your buck than if you were to buy shades individually.
The best part about this palette is how well the shades coordinate with each other. It’s very much variations on browns and beiges, and all but Bronze run on the neutral to neutral-cool end of the spectrum. Unfortunately, pigmentation seems to be lacking severely in two of the shades, and pigmentation is only top notch in one. I don’t think this palette is a must-have; at this price tag, I’d recommend Urban Decay’s Naked Palette instead for a solid neutral palette that’s not only a good deal but full of quality, too.