Eyes to Kill Palette in #06, Boudoir, offers "a gradation from dewy coral essence to intense Amazonian mahogany. From a soft coral infused by light, color turns into a bright rosewood that enhances the skin and reminds of eighteenth century luxury. A strong matte inspired by 100-year-old trees is strengthened by an intense mahogany liner that gives strength to the eyes."
As usual, I used sponge-tipped applicator to apply the shades heavily for my swatch photos, and I took them in full sun. This palette is exquisite.
I'm pretty sure I'll end up buying another #06. This palette is delicious - as are several others (#03 is worthy of a third helping). Fortunately, they are not limited editions, so I can wait until I've finished paying for holiday for my second helping.
The eight new Eyes to Kill Palettes - replacements for the originals, which are being phased out - are available at Giorgio Armani Beauty's Web site.
I have purchased my collection at both Saks Fifth Avenue and
Just in case you're wondering, you will not see the names
of these palettes on the box or compact - only online or here.
Photo at top courtesy of Giorgio Armani Beauty; other photos by Best Things in Beauty