Marc Jacobs Beauty Scandalust is a permanent eye palette that retails for $49.50 and contains 0.21 oz.
Marc Jacobs Beauty Scandalust Eye-Conic Eyeshadow Palette ($49.00 for 0.21 oz.) is a deeper, warm neutral palette with a pop of red. The eyeshadow formula is supposed to have "lasting, velvety-rich pigment." Five of the seven shades were quite pigmented, but two fell short in terms of pigmentation and one had a drier, looser texture that made it harder to use. Overall, it was a solid palette of warmer neutrals that had a good mix of light and dark shades for versatility.
A few obvious differences between the new Eye-Conic palettes and the previous Style Eye-Con No. 7 palettes: they actually decreased by $10 in price (they used to be $59) with only a slight decrease in quantity (0.21 oz. vs. 0.25 oz.), and each eyeshadow has been named. The ingredient lists differ from shade to shade, which makes it harder to really compare easily, and I saw a lot of similar ingredients but order often varied; they seemed similar to me just by touching, wearing, and applying with maybe slightly higher dimethicone quantities in the shimmery shades, so those felt creamier, and a slightly firmer press (but not stiff) for more matte shades (so less powder kicked up in the pan) and marginally silkier for some shades. I had good luck with a lot of the brand's eyeshadows in the past (I wouldn't have said they needed to revamp it).
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