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Nov 3, 2008

Prescriptives Winter Reflections Cool Eye Color Quad Review & Swatches

I feel so bad because this morning I was rushing around and only got the chance to do a quickie look using the new Prescriptives Winter Reflections Cool Eye Color Quad! It's such a gorgeous quad it deserved more of my attention but the Muse doesn't do Monday mornings too well so I only have a quickie look I did using it!

The good news is you'll get a review, swatches, and pictures today and tomorrow I promise I'll do a better look using the quad! Forgive me?

The Prescriptives Winter Reflections Cool Eye Color Quad is one of two quads released with the Prescriptives Aglow Holiday Collection. This quad contains all cool shades and the other quad is more of a warmer quad. I choose the cool quad because I think the shades are much more flattering for the Winter! The quad most definitely brings together the cool, frostiness you probably associate with the Holiday.







I love the fact that three of the shades included in the cool palette are actually limited edition. Many palettes released always have rerun shades that are already out and available, it's pretty nice that Prescriptives took the initiative to make the palette extra special with new, limited edition colors. The shades in the cool palette are:

  • Oyster (Pink)
  • Twinkle (Blackish Cranberry)
  • Eclipse (Bluish Gray)
  • Shell (Cream)















As I mentioned my look was super quick this morning so I used Oyster as an all over color wash and lined my eyes using Twinkle. To get the most of the palette you can use it in any number of ways one of which would be using Oyster as an all over color wash, highlighting using Shell, applying Eclipse in the V of the eye, and finishing the look by using Twinkle as a liner. All the shades in the palette are nicely pigmented and have a frosty finish aside from Twinkle and Eclipse which are quite matte with a tiny bit of shimmer.

The Prescriptives Winter Reflections Cool Eye Color Quad creates a rather beautiful, sophisticated look for the Holidays that can easily be turned into a fun look by applying a bit of shimmer to your face!

Even though I didn't take full advantage of the palette this morning I must say that I still liked the look I created! Twinkle smokes out my eyes beautifully well and contrasts quite nicely with Oyster or any other pink shade of shadow in your collection. In the photos below I'm also using the Prescriptives Winter Reflections All Over Highlighter Pearls.









I fell in love with Prescriptives Quads this Fall when I tried the Fall Dimensions palette and I must say I'm just as in love with this quad so I'm Muse Approving it for purchase as I think I'll be reaching for this one again and again and again this coming Winter and Holiday Season!

You can nab yours Nordstroms or your local Prescriptives counter! Keep your eyes peeled for the release on the Prescriptives website as well where you can get Free Shipping!



The Muse loves it!



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6 Comments:

Blogger Phyrra said...

I think I'm in love with Twinkle, and I really like Shell! How pretty!

November 3, 2008 at 5:43 PM  
Anonymous Ann said...

pretty pretty!

November 4, 2008 at 9:46 AM  
Blogger the Muse said...

dd,

I love twinkle..it's an awesome eyeliner :)

November 4, 2008 at 12:53 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

agreed ann :)
the palette is very pretties!

November 4, 2008 at 12:53 PM  
Blogger Aya said...

OMG! I love this look on you...you look like an angel :)

November 8, 2008 at 12:52 PM  
Blogger the Muse said...

awwwww THANKS AYA :) *hugs*

November 10, 2008 at 11:08 AM  

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