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Swatches: Devinah Cosmetics Galaxy Dust Shifters Collection

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Devinah Cosmetics Galaxy Dust Shifters Collection
Devinah Cosmetics Galaxy Dust Shifters Collection

The Devinah Cosmetics Galaxy Dust Shifters Collection contains 7 multichrome pressed pigments that shift in different lighting. They can be purchased in a set for $56 or individually for $8.

The pans are 26mm in size and come in little cardboard sleeves. You will need a magnetic palette to store these in. Devinah offers these, but you can also find them from other places.

These are swatched over Too Faced Glitter Glue. I initially tried swatching them on bare skin but they didn’t apply as smoothly and the colors didn’t show up as well that way.

I recently also swatched their Xlpoders Collection. In comparison to those, these have a deeper base color and they are easier to see on the eye when worn alone, whereas I frequently see the Xploders used as inner corner highlights or layered over some type of base color.

Celesta

Celesta has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from golden green to a light blue-green. The blue-green is only visible at extreme angles. The golden green is by far the most prominent.

Asteria

Asteria has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from fiery orange to magenta to green. The orange is the hardest to pick up The green is most visible in direct light and the other shades are more visible in angled light.

Messier

Messier has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from magenta to purple to blue to light blue-green. The light blue-green shows up most in direct light and the other shades show up at angle.

Skyla

Skyla has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from red to magenta to purple to blue. In direct light, blue is the most prominent.

Starfire

Starfire has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from orange to magenta to purple. The purple are most visible to me.

Magellanic

Magellanic has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from yellowy-orange to red to pinkish purple. The pinkish purple is most visible in direct light.

Cygnus

Cygnus has a warm reddish brown base color with a strong sheen that shifts from deep gold to orange to warm pink. Warm pink is what I see most in direct light. This shade and Magellanic are pretty similar. I think this one is slightly warmer overall.

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