Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

It’s a Neutral Open House: The New Napoleon Perdis Limited Edition Chateau Collection Welcomes Neutral Lovers With a Pop of Color

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Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

Neutrals in da hiz-ouse!!

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Yes, I went there, but it’s OK because this three-piece holiday set by Napoleon Perdis is called “Chateau,” which is French for “castle,” or a large, stately house (three years of high school French, merci!)

First, I have to apologize for misplacing the coral red cream nail polish from this set. I’m sure it’s floating around here somewhere, but I haven’t been able to find it (I REALLY need to clean my office)… The eyeshadow quad and lip quad do convey the theme, though — neutral browns, beige and gold on the eyes with a pop of warm, glossy color on the lips.

I won’t be staying up late obsessing over the lip quad, as it’s pretty standard, but the eye quad? — that’s another story.

I love, LOVE the finish these neutral eyeshadows have. They look like mattes in the pans, but they actually have a faint sheen once you get them on skin; I think that’s what helps make them so easy to blend.

So, in effect, you get the look of a matte eyeshadow — which is always great to have around if you plan to have your picture taken or if you want to wear a conservative eyeshadow look — without the hassle that often comes with blending them out.

If that sounds interesting, the set’s available now for a limited time at Neiman Marcus stores and online for $59.

Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

Napoleon Perdis Prismatic Eye Shadow Quad Chateau Swatches

Swatches of the Eye Shadow Quad

Swatches of the Lip Quad

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  1. Solangel says:

    For 59$, you’d expect something better than those little sponges!

  2. Vineetha says:

    Eye quad shades are really nice! $59 hmmm….

    BTW I totally loved the header pic of you and Tabs
    Vineetha recently posted … Guerlain Teint Dore Meteorites Powder Review, Swatches

  3. I’d go for the lip quad :-) Those swatches excite me more than the eyeshadow swatches.
    Kiss & Make-up recently posted … My current skin care routine with Unique Cosmetics of Switzerland

  4. Danielle says:

    I love the eye shadow quad, but the packaging is not nice for a high end brand. Initially, I thought Napoleon Perdis was a drugstore brand because of the packaging. But the shadows look great, otherwise.
    Danielle recently posted … Nail Polish for Christmas & the Holiday Season

  5. hanna says:

    These colors are so pretty
    hanna recently posted … Friday Thanksgiving 2013

  6. fancie says:

    I agree with earlier posters. I couldn’t even get into the swatches because the packaging is cheap lol. It was ideal for the larger palette you reviewed but these could have been cuter or at least not come with sponges. It’s just weird for high end lol
    fancie recently posted … Holiday Gift Guide

  7. Tracie says:

    Love the colors of the quad, but wouldn’t buy it because of the price.

  8. Deepika says:

    The shades are gorgeous but easily dupeable :/

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