Starting from the top row:
- Rapunzel: light peachy champagne with a metallic finish. This is the more shiny version of Mirage which I use every day (read here). The colour point is the same but Rapunzel has a beautiful light to it that makes it a great lid color or cheekbone highlight.
- Casino: vibrant marigold with a shimmery finish. A beautiful shade with the regular formula, this was a bit of a double purchase as the color is so similar to the next shadow.
- Untamed (foiled): bright coppery orange with warm undertones. This was a missing shade in my collection and I don't know how I did without it. It is an absolute must! Look here.
- Flame Thrower (foiled): true brightened warm copper. This is another must that I often use in combination with Untamed (here) or by itself all over the lid (here).
- Havoc (duochrome): warm red-brown base with teal reflects. This is another of those warm base-light blue shift that draw me in. Just like Neve Cosmetics Camaleonte, Mac Blue Brown and that shade in the Wet n Wild Comfort Zone palette. They are not dupes for Havoc, but fall in the same category.
- Typhoon (duochrome): a deep teal base with green and gold reflects. This was a spur of the moment purchase, and I am so happy with it! It is a very unique shade with amazing pigmentation.
- Jester (foiled): bright mossy green with slight gold undertones. Definitely an underrated shade, and also one of my most used lid colors. I love it paired with Venom.
- Venom: a deep moss green with a golden shimmery finish. A beautiful very deep shade. I wasn't expecting much, but the shimmer is beautiful and it is the perfect Deep Autumn green.
- Envy: deep metallic green. One of the shadows from the older line, it is a great dark green for an alternative dark smokey eye.
- Fuji: a bright apple green with a demi-matte finish. Fuji has microscopic shimmer particles, but functions as a matte when applied. It is one of the craziest eyeshadow shades
- Dragonfly: a bright medium teal with a matte finish. This is the color I'd like my whole house to be bathing in. I just need to get the guts to put it all over my eyes. It is great in the crease, but I used it also all over the lid in this look here and I loved it.
- Shark Bait: blue based green with a matte finish. Another crazy blue-green shadow that called to me during a bright summer day. It swatches wonderfully but I still need to wear it.
- Pegasus (foiled): intensely bright light aqua. AMAZING!!!! I have no other words for it. I can't thank Giulia from Glitters For Breakfast for making me buy it. You can see my favorite way to use it in this look here.
- Boo Berry: a denim blue with gray undertones and a matte finish. This might have been a daring purchase since cool toned shadows with grey in them really don't suit me, but I thought I needed it "just in case".
- In the spotlight (foiled): soft pink with coral undertones. I had to swatch it next to all of my similar light and bright shadows to really understand the uniqueness of it. I already had Starry Eyed but hardly use it because of its pinky cool undertone, so I am super happy with In The Spotlight which is warmer. These foiled eyeshadows definitely are a step up on any shimmer shadow I tried.
- Tiki Hut: a medium tawny brown with a matte finish. A very unique and different transition color that is still very wearable. Not as close to Nabla's Caramel as I thought, so that's a positive!
- Wild West: a rich rose brown with a matte finish. I am head over heels over this shade. A gorgeous rosy brown. I really recommend it.
- Taboo: an ultra-deep raisin purple with a matte finish. As most very dark mattes, this is hard to swatch properly and I wouldn't call it the best blending eyeshadow in the world. However, I use it gladly as outer V shade to add intensity and it hasn't come off patchy so far.
So here are the latest additions to my Makeup Geek collection. I hope you enjoy these swatch posts and if you want to see some other comparisons, let me know and I can add them in! Which one of these is your favorite?