From left to right: Ice Melt, Blushing, Weekend Warrior
I used UDPP on the back of my hand to really show off the shades.
Ice Melt is looks peachy in the container but it has this blue sheen that changes according to light. Actually, when I used it on my eyes for the first time, sometimes it looked like I wasn't wearing any eyeshadow at all and then I tilted my head or the light came from a different angle, BOOM. Blue shine. It has some pink in it, too.
Blushing is a very delicate colour, perfect for sparkly nude makeup. Works as a highlighter, too. It's sort of peachy pink with gold sparkle.
Weekend Warrior is Purple with a capital p. It's almost the same colour as Empress but this has a slight cool grape vibe going on. For such a strong colour it's very buildable and wearable. What can I say, it's perfect. This is what purple is about.
I like Facefront's colours. I can't say for sure if I love the company since I really hate the website (when you say that eyeshadow finishes vary "from sheer or opaque", it would be nice if it was mentioned that which shades are sheer and which opaque) but the actual products are great. Of course, the lack of proper shade descriptions can mean that you'll learn to hate their products when you don't get what you thought you ordered. But if you're ready for makeup lottery and feeling lucky, I can guarantee that at least the product consistency is great. The colour's are vibrant and they don't fade (at least not with a primer).
Facefront doesn't offer samples so the risk of getting a wrong kind of colour is rather big. However, they do offer 20 day return if you're not happy with the colour.
Saila, the Adventurous Purple Koala