The eyeshadow quad (also called Burmese Beauty) is $36. Prized is a peachy-beige “skintone” color, which looks just perfect for me. It’s a satin, and the texture is lovely. Burmese Beauty is a barely plummy brown with aqua duochrome shimmers. It reminds me of Club, but BB seems darker, cooler, more purple — and I think the blue shimmers in BB are a bit more pronounced. Â Burmese Beauty is purportedly a lustre finish… say what? Skintone 2 is a repromoted shade, a really pretty gilt frost. It’s a perfect gold, not too yellow. Showstopper is a shade we’ve seen and loved before, a dark cool brown that first came out in the Diana Ross collection (I think), and was most recently repromoted in All Ages, All Races, All Sexes as a single.
The three “earth tone” Superslick Liquid Liners in this collection are dirty olive Desires & Devices, red-brown Defiantly Feline, and jungle-green-with-a-hint-of-gold Treat Me Nice. These are $17.50 each.
Both of the “Burmese” pigments are repromoted shades: rose-bronze Gold Stroke and serpent green Antique Green. The pigments are $19.50 each.
The Burmese lip-stuffs blew my mind. I couldn’t figure out the “theme” for this one, and I was bewildered by the green lip products.
Pet Me, Please is a silvery mauve-pink frost. To Pamper is a mauved, warmed grey Lustre (so it’s sheer to semi-sheer). Â Liquid Lurex was the Dazzle shade I couldn’t find when the Digi-Pops collection first came out. It’s a sheer yellow-green with pink sparkles. Kittenish is a slightly browned burgundy Cremesheen.
Spree lipglass is a limited-edition repromote, a frosty/high shimmer rose-brown with dense sparkles. Jealous is a light, mossy, apple green with tiny sparkles. I would like a dress this color. Fancy Cat is cocoa brown with sparkles.
The repromoted Cremestick liner in this collection is Velvetella. The collection also includes a short-handled 188 (small skunk) brush for $34, and a makeup bag (which I haven’t seen yet) for $25.
The mineralize blush from this collection is The Soft Meow, which is swatched here.