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D-552 Crystalline Grey Beige, ME-658 Golden Brown, ME-644 Iced Brown
The range is divided in 5 finishes :
S = Satin
M = Matte
ME = Metal
I = Iridescent
D = Diamond
The texture is exceptionally smooth and buttery (it's almost like a cream eyeshadow) and the pigmentation is out of this world! The Diamond finish contain micro glitters so I suggest to apply them with your fingers because they can be prone to fall out during application. They don't feel chunky though, the texture is still very smooth.
ME-644 Iced Brown and ME-658 Golden Brown lean warm, especially on fair skintones. D-552 is a light silver grey with just enough beige in it to be wearable on warm skintones. I also got a sample at Sephora with the shades I-414 Yellow Ivory, M-536 Milk Tea and D-826 Fig so I decided to include them in this post to show you the colors.
I want more shades!! By the way, have you seen the new Studio Case limited-edition palette ($68.50 CDN) which features 12 Artist Shadows and one Artist Liner? I need that in my life!!
Photo credit : Sephora.com
The Make Up For Ever Artist Shadows retail for $25 CDN for a single eyeshadow (2g), $39 CDN for a duo and $50 CDN for a trio.
(I received this product in order to evaluate it and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial.)