This is the latest addition to my Lunasol eyeshadow collection. Three-Dimensional Eyes were introduced many years ago, but 01 Neutral Beige and 02 Soft Beige are still in production. I got 03 Mysterious Beige first and fell in love with it (this has a lavender accent color and shall be reviewed soon). Soft Beige initially escaped my radar because I usually go for something a bit more dramatic. Later on, I convinced myself that I did not have anything "pink" in my eyeshadow collection and decided to get one more Lunasol palette.
The jury is still out on whether I really didn't have any pink themed eyeshadow palette or not, but Lunasol Soft Beige is undoubtedly an excellent neutral palette with a feminine touch. This is essentially a beige quad that I believe is universally flattering. The signature silky finish and iridescent shimmer of Lunasol eyeshadows are at its best here, and I really like that it includes at least one dark shade that can be used as a soft liner. The pinkish beige and the light pink accent color are creamy and gorgeous.
I forgot to take a close-up of the eye makeup but ended up with two different overall looks - one taken under indirect natural light and the other under softbox lighting.
I am also wearing Becca Prismatic Amethyst (reviewed), Cargo Blush Louisiana (reviewed), and Revlon Moisture Stain in Rio Rush (discontinued but still avail).
I never thought I would enjoy something like Lunasol Soft Beige. I mean, I've always thought eye makeup should make a statement and this looks so benign and almost boring, doesn't it? Yet, there is something about Soft Beige that excites me.
So, now I have six Lunasol eyeshadow palettes and will probably stop collecting more. For some reason, the recent releases haven't made my heart sing although I have secretly wanted Chocolat Raisin after reading Belly's review. Maybe it is too similar to my Chanel Mystic Eyes Quad (reviewed). Any word of wisdom (or comparison)?