|Naked Cosmetics Pigment Stack in Java|
Because these shades aren't labeled, I'm just numbering them 1-6 starting at the tip of the stack.
|Pigment 1 - light camel with pearly white duo chrome|
|Pigment 2- peach with a gold duo-chrome|
|Pigment 3 - shimmery, sandy brown|
|Pigment 4 - light camel with pearly purple duo chrome|
|Pigment 5 - orangey brick with a purple duo chrome|
|Pigment 6 - purple leaning taupe|
|Swatched Wet (with water)|
|Right trio close|
|Left trio close|
Unfortunately, these pictures don't do the duo chromes in these pigments justice. When worn dry, their staying power is mediocre at best (2-3 hours). If you put them over a primer, they last considerably longer at about 5-6 hours. But, when worn with Inglot's Duraline, they didn't even want to come off with eye makeup remover. I think that speaks more to Duraline than it does to the pigments. Still, they have the capability of lasting for ages!
If you watched my haul video, I talked about the different ways you can use these pigments. among them are eyeshadows, blushes, nail polishes, hair highlight (I know, what?!), and eyeliner (to start). This stack is going to be great to use for nude nail polishes for the summer, bare-eye-bold-lip looks, and even hair highlights/red lowlights. I've decided that I'm going to challenge myself in the month of May and make it a rule that I must use at least 1 naked cosmetic pigment in a look so that I can force myself to discover all the uses they have. Needless to say, you will be seeing them in the near future! Look for reviews of the other two stacks, Rainforest and Ivory, coming soon!