This time the limited palettes are from the Glam Nude range so it was expected to see 2 rather natural and neutral palettes.
In contrast to the regular range of the Glam Nude Eyes the limited palettes come in white instead of black cases. I prefer the white ones as they look somehow prettier and more cheery than black.
Each palette contains a satin cream base (top right) which actually works really well as it´s not greasy and enhances the lasting-power of the shadows nicely.
The texture of the powder shadows is excellent, very smooth and with nearly no fall-out during application. The pigment is there and the colors have a beautiful glistening finish. Only the shade at the bottom right has a bit of finely milled glitter.
N-6 Rose Pink Fur: My favorite palette, a lovely array of rosey-brown colors that look so feminine and sweet. The colors aren´t too red so they look really pretty and flattering!
N-7 Blond Fur: A warmer golden/bronze palette. The main bronze color (left side, middle) has an intense metallic finish. Even though the palette is quite warm I like it a lot. The colors work nicely with my complexion and eye color.
Overall great eyeshadow palettes, even though I consider them neutral they are more special than the usual bland browns and golds found in other neutral play-it-safe-palettes.
The Lash Blossom (Volume) Mascara Curl Separate Film Type Mascara (what a name!) comes in a limited white tube. I thought it´s a regular comb-type mascara but unfortunately it has that coil-shaped plastic I am not particularly fond of.
The texture is too wet and heavy so the result for me are lashes that don´t look curled, are stuck together and just don´t look good.
Removal is easy with waterproof-makeup remover.
BK002 is a pretty blackened brown but since the formula totally sucks I am not really going to use this.
I highly recommend the palettes but not the mascara!
This is N-6 but with the Heroine Make mascara: