Tom Ford Beauty just released two new eyeshadow quads in the wet dry formula that I love and so I am excited to add these to my collection. This is my favorite eyeshadow formula so I was so excited to see new color stories in this formula.
Metallic Denim has shades of soft gold champagne, mid tone brown bronze, smokey teal blue, and sparkly black.
This quad has a lot of sparkle compared to some of the quads I have. It reminds me most of some of the Winter Soleil eye quads which I reviewed here.
All of the shades in this eye quad have a little bit drier texture and some fine sparkle throughout the shades. The pigmentation is great on my skin and still very good quality, which I expect from the brand. They just feel a little drier to the touch when I swatch them but performance is on par with the rest of my Tom Ford Quads, for me.
The blue shade has sort of a teal shift to it where it looks blue from some angles but looks more smoky from others depending on how the light is hitting it. So gorgeous! This is a wonderful Smokey eye palette.
Metallic Denim is the official name of this quad but it also been called Ethereal Blue on some retailer websites. I’m not sure why there are two names for it but it is the same palette.
Rose Prisme has shades of sparkly nude, soft peach, pinky lavender, and warm bronze.
The upper left color seems to be a topper shade with more noticeable glitter and is a little bit drier to the touch than the other three shades, like Metallic Denim. The rest of the shades are creamy and smooth like my favorite, Nude Dip quad.
This is a great palette for doing a one shade eye look, as a wash of color over the whole lid. I Love that these are beautiful every day colors that will also pair well with my favorite quads that I already have in my collection, such as Nude Dip, Virgin Orchid, and First Frost.
I’m loving this lavender shade the most. All of these shades perform beautifully when applying to my skin and are great quality. The shades are on on the lighter side though, so if you have a deeper skin tone you may want to try seeing and testing this in person before you purchase.
Rose Prisme is the official name of this quad but it has been called Pop Dust on some retailer websites. Again, I don’t know why there are two names but it is the same eye palette.
I am loving both of these new Tom Ford Eye Quads. I love every color in these palettes and how versatile and wearable the shades are with other quads I already own. The colors are also not too warm for my skin tone and are very flattering.
The Tom Ford Eye Quads in Metallic Denim and Rose Prisme are both listed as limited edition and currently available at Sephora, Beautylish, Nordstrom, and Neiman Marcus.