The compact with the eyeshadows is heavy and glossy. The top cap opens up well and closes with a click. The click is like of the Rolls-Royce cars, btw.
All in all, there is 0.35 oz (10g) of the powders. Made in Italy.
In a word, the palette is stunning.
As for the colors, they are more cool-toned, I’d say. Here we can see a combination of ash rose, taupe and gray colors. The palette offers two textures - two glitter shades and two pressed shimmers.
The first one is a basic off-white shade with a gentle pink shift. The color seems semi-sheer, veiling and very easy to pack.
The second one is a pink glitter. It contains a lot of silver beads in there.
The third one is a thick Ford shimmer of a gray and metal color. It might appear a tad muddy and pink.And the last one is satin and really saturated plum hue.
Here’s my makeup that I’ve done with this palette:
Product quality: I don’t like it. The satin shades aren’t bad but they don’t look pigmented over tanned skin. The glitters are dry and difficult to apply. They are stiff. I expected something better.
As for the wear time, well, it’s good. The glistening shades may fallout a little but still, they stay put throughout wear.
The palette isn’t versatile and I have to use dark shades for the full makeup look (crease colors, deepen them or blend out). The palette is for those gals who welcome delicate and gentle shades on a daily basis.
Price: $85. That’s pricey!
Judging from the makeup artists’ reviews, this is one of the least successful palettes from Tom Ford. Yet, I don’t give up on him!