Swatching all of Trish McEvoy’s eyeshadows will be a larger undertaking, but in the meanwhile, here are her deluxe shadows.
What makes a Trish shadow “deluxe”? It’s just size. Trish’s regular shadows are sold in square pans like Jolly Ranchers (“3/4 of an inch by 3/4 of an inch, square”); the deluxe shadows are in “double” pans; the same size as her blushes.
As a side note, all of Trish’s powder (and some of her creme) products come in a 1x, 2x, or 4x size to be modular within her compacts and planners.
The deluxe shadows are $20 each (regular shadows are $16), and I suspect she made Shell and Soft Peach in this larger size because they’re all-over base shadows, and she expected you to use them every day. Shell and Soft Peach are designated as matte shadows on Trish’s website; Demure is called a sparkle shadow, which is confusing because it doesn’t seem that sparkly.
Demure, Crystal, and Platinum were all released in the All About Eyes Collection; Crystal and Platinum were limited edition, though you can probably still find them for sale at your counter. Â My makeup artist said that Demure and Crystal could potentially be used as a cheek highlight (with a light hand), and that the sparkle shadows should not be used wet because they become crumbly.