The Becca Ultimate Eye Colour Quad is available in five different color combos – Astro Violet, Galactica, Night Star, Sun Chaser and today’s post of Eclipsed.
What the Sephora website says about the Becca Ultimate Eye Colour Quad:
What it is:
A luxe quad compact of smooth, highly pigmented eye shadows in matte, demi-matte, and metallic finishes.
What it does:
Color, contour, and highlight the eyes with one luxe palette. Four velvety smooth powder shadows in matte, demi-matte and metallic finishes offer ultimate looks in a complete wardrobe of intense color with rich dimension. Highly pigmented mineral powders build quickly and blend easily for lasting color in a silky smooth finish.
This set contains:
– 4 x 0.07 oz Eye Shadows
What else you need to know:
This formula is enriched with antioxidant vitamin E that helps to protect the skin from free-radical damage and provides moisturizing and anti-inflammatory properties. They also contain a special blend of powders and emollient agents for a soft, smooth, and uniform application. These shadows are free of fragrance and preservatives.
Eclipsed (metallic silver/ metallic champagne/ metallic khaki/ metallic moss) is a great palette of neutrals and deep khaki shades. (side note, I see the “metallic khaki” shade as more of a satiny brown…) Easily transitional from work-safe to smokey! The shadows all have a nice pigment, texture and blend very well. I experienced no fall-out with three of the shades, but the metallic moss shade gave me a bit at the corner, which was fine because you can use it to smoke out the eye underneath.
The beauty of this quad is that it’s portable and durable with an included mirror. It would be simple to create a work-safe look and smoke it out with the darkest shade for evening (as shown below).
Unlike with Galactica, I went my own way with this EOTD. I took the metallic khaki (or satin brown lol) and applied it all over the lid leaving the inner corner bare. Next I put the metallic silver into the crease and blended up. The metallic moss deepened the outer V area and I used the metallic champagne at the inner corners of the eye and to blend out the metallic silver. I used the bit of fall out of the metallic moss shade and blended it with the metallic champagne shade to smoke out under the eye. The liner is MAC Orpheus Power Kohl and the used is IT Cosmetics Hello Lashes.