Hard to blend. Pigmented but chalky.
Note: I have a warm skin tone.
Johnson, Abdul, Hung - If you are warm-toned, don't wear these. Looks like a bruise. Cool-toned people might like these. They all look like shades of grey when applied.
Garcia, Rosen - Great for warm skin. Pigmented.
Wood - Great for warm skin, too. On autumn skin, this almost looks like a soft black.
Singh, Lombardi - These two have a weird, pasty cast. Hard to make them look like they do on the pan.
Malloy - Looks exactly like white chalk. If that works for your skin tone (very cool tone?), good for you.
- Never use without primer. All of these are chalky and difficult to blend. Can get muddy and murky.
- Weird mix of cool and warm. Split this with a friend who has the opposite skintone --- I doubt anyone can use *all* of the colors here.
- Definitely not a basic daily palette.
about 1 month ago