In terms of color, the Guerlain 500 Les Ombres Turandot Écrin 4 Couleurs Eye Shadow Palette is quite different from it’s limited edition sister, LIU, but shines just as bright with beauty.
What the Neiman Marcus website has to say about Guerlain Les Ombres Turandot Écrin 4 Couleurs Eye Shadow Palette:
This precious quartet showcases a subtle monochrome palette for vibrant and refined eyes. The interplay of textures and colors effortlessly takes your look from morning to night.
Two matte and two iridescent textures are combined to perfection. Refined down to the slightest detail, the elegant golden case travels in a black suedette pouch with red topstitching.
The four shades can be worn all together (as shown in my eye look) or in different combinations. All of them have a great pigment and this has been one of my favorite Guerlain quads to use and blend. The shades are refined, vibrant and should compliment all eye looks, though this quad does lean warm.
On the eye, the two burgundy toned shades look extremely similar. You almost can’t see the difference between the crease color and the lid color. I have the golden shade at the inner corners and above the crease and the brown shade on the outer V. The eye liner is Chanel Brun Le Crayon Yeux and the mascara is MAC Plush Lash.
For more information on this collection, please see the Official Press Release.