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Lavender Gray (40M) is a light-medium bronze with subtle, warm rosy undertones and a slightly cooler, silvery sheen at certain angles. It appeared lighter and brighter compared to Rosewood, but it was more tone-on-tone than differentiating; it would have been complementary to the palette if it was actually "lavender gray." The pigmentation was opaque in one pass, while the consistency was lightly creamy, smooth, and dense without being too firm or too thick, so it applied evenly and "melted" slightly on my skin. This shade wore well for eight and a half hours before there was visible fading.
The current formula is slightly rosier in tone, seemed slightly more sparkling/metallic (and this made it appear lighter swatched) with a less creamy texture (but not in a bad way), which seemed to improve the longevity of it.
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PiPPermanent in Palette. $29.00.
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