i know everyone's been dying to hear about the new pigments, so when i saw the update book at my counter this morning i copied down the information. there'll be 7 new ones and 2 repromotes. i'm pretty sure the collection is called she shines? i can edit this post with more info once i go to update on thursday, i just wrote down the color names and descriptions today.
shimmertime: soft baby pink
dazzle ray: sunny golden peach
golder's green: sea-green with gold
azreal blue: soft blue with silver
night light: smokey olive with gold
sunny daze: apricot-taupe with silver
sunpepper: rosy taupe with silver
the repromotes are frost and rose. these are launching mid-june at mac stores and nordstrom counters, and late june everywhere else.
the update book also said that all 7 new colors are limited, but i'm hoping that was an error with the book...cause it also said black tied shadow was limited, and i knowww that's not true. *crosses fingers*
hope this info helps someone!
okay, saw 'em at update today and they rock.
the dates are: june 15th for mac stores and nordstrom counters.
june 29th for all other counters.
now for the color descriptions! i had 'em all swatched on my hand, but then i sorta forgot, so they're pretty much rubbed off and my swatches in my update book suck, so i'm trying to do this mostly from memory...
sunnydaze, dazzleray, and sunpepper are that chunky texture like rose is... golder's green, azreal blue, and night light are finer, more like teal and those sorts of textures. shimmertime seems sort of in the middle of the two textures.
shimmertime is nothing like all girl, it's reeeeally light pink, sort of like if you took da bling and removed half the color.
dazzleray looks like it'll be a nice highlight color...
golder's green is by far my favorite. it looks like a really amped up juxt.
azreal blue is pretty light, and is a little similar to moon's reflection, only...better, cause it's a pigment.
night light is awesome.
sunnydaze is sort of similar to mineralism shadow. it also reminds me a little of blue-brown pigment, just cause of the effect the silver shimmer has.
sunpepper um... okay, i totally can't remember, but i remember thinking, "oh, that's pretty." heh, i'm worthless.
hope this info is helpful to all of you!