The collection featured 6 shades of eyeshadow, a metallic eyeshadow that can be used wet or dry:
- Cyber Copper (Shade 01)
- Cyber Pink (Shade 02)
- Cyber Lilac (Shade 03)
- Cyber Silver (presumed to be Shade 04)
- Cyber Green (Shade 05)
- Cyber Teal (Shade 06)
|Clockwise from bottom left: Cyber Lilac, Cyber Green, Cyber Pink, Cyber Teal, Cyber Copper|
- Blackened Plum
- Blackened Black
- Blackened Sapphire
- Electric Teal
I found the eyeshadows to be absolutely wonderful and the color payoff excellent. I did use them with a shadow primer. I had very minimal fallout but I am used to the texture of these shadows as they are quite similar to the Sephora Prisma Chrome shadows. Each cost $24 for .9g of product while the Sephora product cost $15 for 3.5g (personally a better bargain). However, I found the EL shadows just a tad smoother in consistency. Of the 5 I purchased, my favorites are Cyber Pink, Cyber Teal and Cyber Lilac. Cyber Green reminded me a lot of M.A.C.'s Solar Bits in Black Ore as it looks more to be a black with gold flecks in it.
Estee Lauder says:
Innovative soft-touch shadow texture and sponge-tip applicator make it easy to sweep up color and apply with one stroke.
I found the eyeliners to be lovely. For some reason, Blackened Sapphire seemed to be a bit more resistant to me at first, i.e., it didn't glide on as smoothly as the other 2 shades. It did start to get softer as I used it more. Blackened Plum and Electric Teal are my favorites. I had not seen these shades from EL before in eyeliner pencils. However, I do find Electric Teal to be quite similar in shade to L'Oreal's Infallible Never Fail Eyeliner in Teal. Each liner retails for $20 for 1.6g of product and the darker shades are great to use for a unique smokey eye look.
Estee Lauder says:
Here are some swatches:
|Shadows: Top to Bottom: Green, Lilac, Pink, Teal Copper; Liners: T-B: Blackened Plum, Electric Teal, Blackened Sapphire|
Have you tried any of these? What do you think?
Would love to hear from you.