Every Shade in the Danessa Myricks Infinite Light Palette Light Work Volume 111 has impact! So, if you like a more subtle look, with softer shades, you should stop reading this now. However, if you are madly in love with Pat McGrath’s Mothership Palettes and the Natasha Denona gorgeous artistic shades, I have no doubt in my mind, you’ll fall in love with the new, limited edition, Danessa Myricks artistry makeup palette. Then, you’re gonna love this Limited Edition Palette! The Infinite Light Palette includes 14 cosmic, other-worldly makeup looks for your eyes, cheeks and skin! Five unique formulas allow you to create looks that are out of this world!
The Palette comes in a strong cardboard case . The cover of the compact is embossed in a shiny, embossed, black shade The embossed cover reminds me of swirling galaxies. Also, the writing on the front of the palette is color-shifting. Inside the palette, underneath the lid, is a full-sized mirror. There are 14 shades arranged in three rows. The top and bottom rows have five round shades, about the size of a quarter. Even moore, the middle row has four shades, that are about the size of a silver dollar. Also, the palette has a magnetic closure. The formulas must cost a lot of money to produce, since the palette costs as much as a Pat McGrath Mothership Palette that has ten nicely-sized shades. However, the Mothership palettes come in an exquisite heavy-duty, sleek, plastic palette. Due to the price, and comparison between the brands, I am disappointed with the DM packaging, that doesn’t go with the high price of the palette.
The shades in the Lightwork 111 Palette come in five unique formulas: Pressed Glitter; Duochrome Gels; Powder Creams: Multi-Chrome Pigments; and Holographic Powders. First, the Pressed Glitter formula is mess-free – no glitter adhesive needed. Also, the Pressed Glitter Creates a multidimensional sparkle effect . Next, the Duochrome Gels feel creamy, melt into the skin like a cream, and have a shifting opalescence. Third, Powder
Creams have the long-lasting wear of a powder, with the silky feel of a cream. They have a unique, hybrid formula, a plush powder/cream hybrid. Next, the Multi-chrome pigments have an ultra chromatic, color-shifting, powder formula. Basically, multichrome pigment, velvety powders, shift from one color to the next, as they catch and play with light. Last, the Holographic Powders are ultra-reflective, translucent, prismatic highlight shades. They create a sheer, prismatic highlight with a reflective finish.
Top Row, Horizontally, Left to Right
The shades, from left to right, are Polaris, Galaxy, Martian, Sol and Orion.
First, Polaris, an opalescent yellow shade that shifts to seafoam green, has a duochrome gel finish.
Second, Galaxy, a smokey teal, green, violet shifting shade, has a multichrome pigmented finish.
Third, Martian, an icy blue, green, lilac and plum brown shift, has a multichrome pigmented finish.
Fourth, Sol, a gilded khaki gold shade, has a powder cream finish.
Fifth, Orion an aquatic turquoise shade, has a pressed glitter finish.
Middle Row, Horizontally, Left to Right
The Shades , from left to right, are Golden Eclipse, Strawberry Moon, Spring Equinox, and Blue Moon. These shades are highlighters. Wear them on the inner corners of your eyes. Also, wear them over another colored eyeshadow, as an eyeshadow topper. Finally, you can wear them on your cheekbones, as long as. you buff them out.
Sixth, Golden Eclipse, a sunset peach shade, has a holographic powder finish.
Seventh, Strawberry Moon, a pink lilac shade, has a holographic powder finish.
Eighth, Spring Equinox, a sage green shade, has a holographic powder finish.
Nineth, Blue Moon,k a glacier blue-lavender shade, has a holographic powder finish.
Bottom Row, Horizontally, Left to Right
The shades from left to right, are Space Suit, Aurora, Gaia, Solar Rain, and Black Hole.
Tenth, Space Suit, a fiery coral, blood orange and honey shade, has a duochrome gel finish.
Eleven, Aurora, an electric plum, fuchsia, and olive green shift, has a multichrome pigment finish.
Twelve, Gaia, a copper, bronze and emerald green shift, has a multichrome pigment finish.
Thirteen, Solar Rain, apearl peach, key lime and platinum shift, has a multichrome pigment finish.
Fourteen, a cashmere black shade, has a powder cream finish. Wear the black shade on its own, smoke it out, and use it as a base for colorful eyeshadows to add more dimension to the shadows.
Finally, this palette is so hot, Sephora, and Beautylish, even the Brand’s Website are all out of stock, and waiting for more. The colors are out of this world. The formulas don’t have kickback! So, all the shades are mess free! The pigments are rich and vibrant! The quality is outstanding! I know you’re going to love it! I hope they come back in stock soon!