I only bought two of the colors from this collection: this one, and Scene Stealer. The others were a bit too soft and didn’t appeal to me personally. Date Night is a blackened-bronze with a soft shimmer - not hard metallic, soft enough to look more refined rather than “clubby.”
Another color that I bought before Persephone’s hiatus back in 2011, along with a few of the other “Sailor” multicolor shadows. This isn’t as much of a duochrome as a duotone, but it’s attractive. The red base is vivid without being too bright. It does tend to stain just a little bit, and there’s too much gold for this to really be useful as a blush or lip color; but it makes an interesting eyeshadow.
Not quite a sparkle finish - the particles are too sparse for that, really. Not quite a matte finish, but it does show a few signs of the skippage that many UD matte pencils tend…
This…is almost invisible on me. It’s great for applying a subtle shimmer with absolutely no color whatsoever. It isn’t brown enough to lend a “tanned” appearance, just gives a soft, healthy-but-not-rosy glow.
I like the shade of this one. It’s a nice, soft, every-day just-barely-edgy lip shade. I just wish that it stayed in place a bit longer. (Quite a bit longer.) I wouldn’t even mind if…
Can be a little thin when applied dry, but it’s too heavy and not light-reflecting enough to make a good soft-touch highlighter.
Rich metallic purple. Similar to TKB’s Grape Pop, but a little more vivid and with a more definite metallic finish.
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