The Shiseido Eye Color Bar (described and photographed in all its glory here) is so amazing and complex I decided to dedicate two posts to it; the original was an overview of the palette and this one will break it into its three component trios for more detailed swatches.
First we have the top trio, which contains Champagne (“magical” shade in a sparkling straw gold colour) Noisette (soft reddish-brown) and Mènthe (cool green). As you can see in the
Then we have the three middle shades: Parfait Amour (satiny purple with multicolour sparkle), Liquorice (smooth black shade) and Cassis (lustrous plummy red). PA in particular has the most complex shimmeriness, while Liquorice is is almost matte black but incredibly finely-milled.
Finally, we have Curaçao (royal blue), Café (subdued brown) and Soda (shimmering pale pink and the second magical shade). Soda is the frostiest of all shades in the palette; Café is nearly matte.
Phew! Hope this helps!