Formula: The majority of the shadows are easy to blend but a couple were a bit dry to work with. Other than that the colors are well pigmented and a fabulous variety of plum hued colors. A couple have shimmer to them but not chunks of glitter which is good but they do have shine. I love the two pink highlighters as well and the decent fill weight of the compact. They have a decent wear and work best when wet in my opinion.
I'm confused why they are labeled as "baked" though because they are made in Asia and authentic baked shadows are only made in Italy. Sephora's other moon shadows in the different palette which I reviewed are baked and made in Italy. Those shadows are super silky! These are not probably because they are fake baked. It confuses me why Sephora would do this. To save money I guess. Imitation stuff lacks the quality, when will brands learn this lesson?
Shade: Mulberry is the set that I purchased. They also have a burnt orange collection. This set has pinks, smokey plum, dark purple, lavender and a silvery purple metallic which is gorgeous!
Bottom Line: For the sale price this collection is definitely worth getting your hands on. Even though a few shadows were dry and I think they mislabeled the "baked" description the shadows are still well pigmented and gorgeous to create plum looks with.
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