There are actually 24 shades in the Neutrals range, so here’s part one. This time I took the swatch photos with flash on, which I think is a bit more accurate.
Coralberry (creme), Champagne on Ice (pearl), Sparkling Cider (pearl), Caramel Glacé (pearl), Sandalwood Beige (creme), Highbeam Tan (pearl)
Fun fact: my first blush ever was the Revlon blush with the rectangular pan in a shade called Sandalwood. And yes, I did use the tiny brush included.
Copper Chrome (pearl), Toast of New York (creme), Rum Raisin (creme), Blushing Nude (creme), Chocolate Velvet (creme), Cocoa Bronze (pearl)
I unintentionally took this second photo with my arm at a different angle in relation to the lighting overhead so these swatches look like have less of a shine than those in the first one.
Again, a very pigmented shade range. The only one that sticks out is Coralberry. This bright pink is a lovely colour (especially for Spring!) but seems like it would fit better with the Pinks. It is too bright to be in Neutrals and doesn’t have brown tones to it like the others.
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