4/11/2016Posted by Halifax @ Sparkled Beauty
Here they are today, Naked and Smoke, and they are good. Not much of a spoiler, as you probably heard of them before.
The packaging is similar to the Studio 10-pan palettes (Need it Nude, Mad for Matte, etc.) - thin black palette with a mirror, but with 6 pans instead.
You can probably tell by the look in the pans, Naked is beautifully neutral but too light to be a stand-alone palette while Smoke is more balanced in colour options, leaning toward darker/ smoky looks. Together, they would make a perfect 12-pan palette.
The 2 highlight shades could also be used as cheek highlights for non-work days :)
The white highlighter is slightly more sheer than those in Naked but still works well under the brows. It'd probably be nicer to have a pink-toned highlighter to change things up.