Pure Luxe site says: ''Faceted is dark taupe/purple in jar. Color changes from red to copper and gold.''
Well, I don't agree with this description. Faceted looks light grey with pink micro shimmer in the jar.
I also can't see the three shades it's supposed to shift to. Red, copper and gold... Hmmm... All I can see is pink, grey and warm orange-y (like sunset). It's still very pretty and worth every cent, I just don't understaind their description of it. Are we looking at the same shade? It doesn't seem so.
Here's how the colors shifted after I applied Faceted on the back of my hand using foiling method. That's a fancy way to say - I applied it with a damp brush. :) I didn't use any primer under it. Please keep in mind it's very hard to capture this kind of shade on camera. It looks far more interesting and beautiful in real life.
I also applied it wet on my eyelids. I used nothing else but Faceted on my upper lid. No primer, no other shades. Pretty, right?
I also made a short video featuring Faceted. :D
Price: $2.00 for sample, $8.00 for 5g jar and $15.00 for 10g jar
Where to buy? Pure Luxe website.
If you're planning on ordering from Pure Luxe, I suggest you try sample sizes first. Most of the regular eyeshadow pigments are only $1.00 when you're buying sample sizes and the amount of the pigment in the jar is really generous.
Thanks for looking!