Overall 5
Price Value 5
Packaging Quality 5
Buy again? Yes

Sedona is a metallic pigment. If you use mixing medium, it would look like liquid metal. I would describe the color as a burnt orange metal. More orange than brick red, anyway.

Very interesting color, and lovely as a lipcolor too. Can be used sparingly as a blush dry. Very rich and opulent looking. Lovely for the holidays.

Looks great with red hair, by the way.

If this is your first sweetscents review....

If you want to check out these pigments, they are about $2 each for a 10g jar (MAC wants $18.50 for a 7.5g jar) and the quality is as good as MAC in most of the colors.

Go to http://www.sweetscents.com/mica_2.html and look for Mica Pack Combos at the bottom of the page.

Some of the colors that I am reviewing are not on the site yet, it is supposed to be revamped soon. You can talk with the sweetscents lady via phone or email (it is on the site) and tell her that you read my review of the color if you do not see it on the site (she knows me by now since I ask endless questions- I am the artist capri) and that way she will not wonder how you knew about the color.

She will also help you find colors you might like if you tell her what you like or are looking for. That is how I found so many awesome colors. She is a pigment addicts DREAM!