Two more quints to add to the swatch archives! These things are like Pokemon. (I “gotta catch ‘em all” — and I can force them to do battle with one another).
I imagine Incognito was so adorably named because it is the subtlest of the quints. It’s the very definition of an “everyday” palette, in my mind — nothing flashy — but it may not have the pigmentation to satisfy darker skinned ladies. And though it seems like a “complete” quint to me (yellow beige, cream, pink, brown, grey — we’ve covered the spectrum), I’m not sure I know how to put those colors together. I guess I would pair one of the light shades (first three; lid) with one of the dark shades (brown or grey; crease)? Brilliant ideas are welcome, as always.
The duochromey-ness of Sunset Cafe makes it unusual among the quints — I’m almost surprised it’s not one of the iridescent palettes. The first shade swatched (top-left in the quint) is pink-peach-gold. The next shade (top right) is a pink… that seems to glow. I don’t know how else to explain it. I actually included a close up so you could see what I was talking about. The color in the bottom left is a very orange gold.
Dior quints are $54 each.