Tom Ford First Frost Eye Color Quad Review, Swatches, and Comparisons

Tom Ford First Frost Eye Color Quad is one of the products I have been the most excited about from all of the holiday beauty releases thus far.

The shades in this quad are the type of shades I can wear on a daily basis and the finish and formula are on par with Tom Ford’s best quads in this wet dry formula.

If you have been here with me for a while you know how much I love the Nude Dip Eye Color Quad so I’m so happy to pick up the First Frost Quad and use these shades together.

First Frost features shades in a frosty white, soft pink with gold shift, a mauvey bronze, and a deeper brown.

Swatches of First Frost in natural daylight

Below I’ve compared First Frost to Nude Dip from the permanent range, and Soleil D’Hiver from last years limited edition Winter Soleil Collection.

Soleil D’Hiver, First Frost, Nude Dip

While First Frost is not an exact dupe for any of the shades in these quads, they do have similar tones and vibes.

Swatches of First Frost (top) and Soleil D’Hiver (bottom)

First Frost is pretty neutral in undertone whereas Soleil D’Hiver appears warmer in tone and is more sparkly.

Swatches of First Frost (top), and Nude Dip (bottom)

Nude Dip is cooler in tone than First Frost but the formulas are most alike. They both have frosty metallic finish rather than the more sparkly finish of Soleil D’Hiver.

Overall, I’m just as excited about the First Frost Eye Color Quad now that I have it as when I first saw the preview for it. It definitely lived up to the hype for me snd I know I will get a lot of wear out of this palette.

Tom Ford First Frost Eye Color Quad is currently available at Bergdorf Goodman, Nordstrom, Sephora, Neiman Marcus, and most places Tom Ford Beauty is sold.

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