These pigments had small, angled sponge tip applicators.
The vials of pigments were very messy. The necks of the vials are quite open, so product pours out far too easily.
The blue shade, now called Moody Blue, is a slightly chunky loose shadow that caused quite a lot of fallout. This shade has excellent, excellent color payoff, and a metallic finish.
The green half of Emerald Coast was very chunky, but didn't cause as much fallout as it's sister shade. This color now goes by Vibrant Turquoise. This shade is also well pigmented, with a soft, shimmering finish
[Two shades blended, blue, green]
Look how pigmented these were! That's with no primer! The textures are soft and blendable, and the colors are beautiful (thought a little garish).
Have you ever had a Max Factor Vivid Impact Eyeshadow Duo? Do you miss Max Factor in the US? Comment and let me know.