Estee Lauder London is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $75.00 and contains 0.28 oz.
Estee Lauder London Victoria Beckham Eye Palette ($75.00 for 0.28 oz.) is a deflating release from a collaboration that was known for its higher quality--that while incredibly expensive, the majority of products delivered on their promises, but this was a total and utter disappointment.
The eyeshadows did not apply well, nor did they stay on for longer than three hours, without primer. I had to use primer just to get enough product to show up visibly on the lid to give you an idea of the "look" one could create from the palette, and even then, it still turned out poorly with unevenness, patchiness, fading within mere minutes. The "look" above is using as much as eight layers of product, packed on, and pressed on with fingertips or with the product used damp over primer (Smashbox 24HR). I have dents in my pans from jabbing and scraping at the surfaces in an attempt to get something usable out of it.
Now, one thing to keep in mind is that Blanc was supposed to be "sheer" and Gris was described as "translucent" so the lack of coverage not entirely unexpected, but the formula itself was also described as "buildable" and "blends easily" and "smooths on evenly." Unfortunately, regardless of whether one prefers sheer or more pigmented eyeshadow, the quality of the application, blendability, texture, and wear of all four shades was dismal. None of them were worth the money, and none of them were even worth the words I'm wasting my time writing here.
Six powder eyeshadow shades can be worn wet or dry for a softer or more fierce effect. Innovative dual-purpose pearlized pigments have a translucency that allow them to both reflect and pull light into the formula for a luminous finish.