This spring Milani has offered us two new Runway Eyes Fashion Shades Palettes called Primary and Complementary.
They already have ten other palettes in this line (wow!) but none quite like these beauties.
Runway Eyes palettes contain six baked eyeshadows in each one, along with a dual-ended sponge applicator. You can use the shadows either wet or dry.
The Primary palette features six bright colors in basic primary shades. They don’t have names but it’s pretty easy to differentiate between them all.
The first shade is a bright yellow. Maybe a little patchy, but still decent.
The second is a warm red shade. Nice color payoff, and very even.
The third is a medium orange shade. It’s a warm very wearable orange, not too bright or weird.
Then we have an indigo (or as I like to say, blurple) shimmery shade.
Next is a teal blue pearl.
Finally there is a deep navy blue pearl shade.
Overall I liked the payoff and they all felt really soft.
The Complementary palette features some more natural shades as well as a few brighter ones.
First is a very pale champagne color.
Next is a deep cool toned brown. Nice saturation.
Then we have a medium shimmery copper shade.
Next is a bright sky blue shimmer.
Then we have a somewhat pale green shimmer.
Finally there is a medium warm pink.
These were also very soft and I good good color payoff with most of them. The first one is really pale so would make a good highlighter shade for me.
Overall: I like these palettes because you get six colors in one compact for a good price. The biggest negative for me is that the little shadow strips are so thin that frequently you wind up getting more than one color on your brush or finger. They are a little hard to use but it’s not a big enough issue to stop me from using them.
Pricing: $8.99 for 0.32 oz.
Do you have any of the Runway Eyes Fashion Shadows? Which are your favs?