I bought this color about a year ago, and bought OctoBear about two months ago. They’re the same base shade, but OctoBear has a strong green duotone shimmer - so its primarily visible color is green.
The ultimate autumnal orange. I swear, this color glows. It also can shift a little more red, or a little more gold, depending on the lighting.
The yellow color is pretty pale, more of a suggestion or a tint atop the white. Still, if you have extremely cool undertones, this shade may not work so well for you. This was the least cooperative pencil that I bought, when I first opened it. I had to sharpen the pencil to get to something with a creamier consistency, that was easier to apply evenly.
Zoya’s holographics are…mmm…kind of hit-or-miss, in my opinion. They’re often scattered rather than linear holographic, and sometimes there’s barely any shimmer in them. This color looks more like a multicolor-silver microglitter than a holographic polish. I needed three coats to get coverage that wasn’t completely even, and the polish is almost semisheer. That said, I didn’t have problems with the polish’s durability, and removal was not an endless round of “scrub the...
This came out over a year ago…so my review isn’t exactly timely! This palette leans a little bit autumnal, so in addition to using it by itself, it coordinates nicely with the slightly-more-jeweltoned Enchanted Forest i-Divine palette. As with most Sleek palettes, the shimmers and pearls apply more easily and have slightly better pigmentation than the mattes. The mattes do stay in place well and have good longevity, though, once applied.
Less of a gold-brown than a strong green pearl with faint warm-brown backing. It looks interesting on me, but since the base color is as warm as it is, I need to be careful about the other colors that I wear.
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