Pale Barley has some light shimmer to it but absolutely no visible chunks of glitter and more of a pearlescent, satin finish. It applies evenly, the payoff is great and honestly I think this shade would flatter just about every skin tone.
On me this shadow is a happy mix of warm and cool tones and it's my go-to shadow whenever I'm in a rush and just want to quickly sweep something over the lid.
Worn alone and blended out, Pale Barley is one of those dynamic shadows that make it look like you've used multiple shades even though you've only used one.
My one and only Tom Ford lipstick, I wanted to get a shade that I could wear in any season and Indian Rose is my answer to that. It's a neutral rosy pink that's a little deeper than what I normally go for but it still flatters my fair skin.
The formula is creamy and though the wear time isn't phenomenal, the strong pigmentation of this lipstick means you only need one swipe to get a good colour payoff (personally I think that helps me justify the price because my god these cost a bomb.)
If you're new to Tom Ford lipsticks I think this shade would be a safe bet to start out with.
Formula-wise this shadow stick is incredibly creamy so it glides onto your eyes like butter- I'd actually say this is the creamiest eyeshadow I've ever tried and by far the easiest to apply and blend out.
Misty Rock also has a 'wet look' effect to it which means you get this glistening, mauve taupe shimmery (but not too shimmery) effect that's extremely flattering, especially on brown eyes in my opinion.
Applying this is a cake walk as well, just swipe the shadow stick all over your lid and then use any fluffy brush to soften up the edges. That's it.
A thick, rose-scented hydrating balm, this is the only product I've found that actually heals my lips when they're extremely dry or chapped. Whenever my lips get really dry I'm prone to getting cold sores (lucky me)
but with using this I thankfully haven't had a cold sore for months now.
I don't wear this during the day because it can leave a slight white cast but I apply a thick layer before bed and I wake up with plump, well moisturised lips. I can't recommend this enough if you struggle with dry or chapped lips.
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