|Leaves are starting to turn|
There is a brown leaning olive with the most incredible profusion of shimmer (pink, green, gold, blue, chartreuse). A super glittery (but absolutely perfect in quality) periwinkle blue with scattered pink and brighter blue shimmer. A mid-toned plum with multicolored shimmer. And finally, a warm soft satin grey with very sparse shimmer.
One of the neatest thing about this palette is how the four shades layer into this incredible sexy murky shade. On the left I've layered grey + olive + plum + periwinkle shimmer = MURK.
Here's is a closer look at MURK with seems like a color of rather nondescript nature. I've pretty much failed to capture the absolute deliciousness of this shade because in real life the grey peeps through and then turn olive while still retaining the strong plum tone. And the KAPOW! from the periwinkle sparkle.
Here are some blurred shots that capture the shimmers but fail to capture the complexity. Still, I mean this thing is ridiculously pretty.
Did I tell you that I'm trying out lazy bloggerly ways and figuring out how to take good pictures indoors in artificial light? This is one such picture below. Doesn't in anyway compare favorably to the pan pictures at the top of the post. I don't WANT to be outside when it's snowing and cold. D:
Have you also been captured and blinded by the shimmers of Departure?