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Top Left to Right: Khaki 40, True Gold 25, Emerald 45
Bottom Left to Right: Truffle 65, Mink 60, Wheatsheaf 55
Bottom Line: Stay away from True Gold if you want to avoid the sheer pigmentation and glittery mess. Khaki and Emerald swatch beautifully, but I had application issues. They blend away too easily, even with a light hand. I had to reapply the color, which is a pain if you`re in a rush in the morning. Truffle is a deceiving color because it looks like a medium neutral brown shade when swatched; however, when blended, it turns into a light warm brown shade, which doesn`t work on my skin tone very well. It`s too dark for me, personally, to use as a lid color & too light to use as a crease color. However, I would still recommend it along with Mink and Wheatsheaf because the price is reasonable for the quality that they offer. These 3 shades provide good color payoff when layered and when used with a primer. They also don`t crease and there are no fallouts during application. (Just make sure you use a dense & firm brush and also tap off any excess before applying.) Truffle, Mink and Wheatsheaf are good alternatives, especially if you`re not financially ready to invest in mid-range and high end brands. Just don`t expect them to perform as well as MAC or Urban Decay eyeshadows. *products have been given to me by one of my lovely friends
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