Years later (if you know me, you know I ignore all common sense when it comes to when to toss old makeup), I uncovered this forgotten gem, and I've been using it quite frequently again. It's a loose medium- brown pigment that isn't too warm or too cool, and has the most gorgeous, subtle multi-colored shimmer. These are $14 for .02 ounces; on the pricey side, especially compared to comparable indie brands, but the color has lasted me forever and a little bit goes a very long way. This color is also a chameleon, in that it changes fairly dramatically depending on the light; I've taken pictures in bright natural light, indoor light, and indirect natural light so you can see the differences.
|Queen Tiffany: indirect natural light|
|Queen Tiffany: bright natural light|
|Indirect natural light|
|Bright natural light; once again, this pic is a little blurry to show the sparkles.|
Summary: I love this color! I would purchase it again in a heartbeat if I lost it. It is a really great brown. Sure, it may be slightly overpriced, but it is such a workhorse and it goes with so many other colors. It's such an easy to wear color, and between blending out to be used sheer and being able to be used wet, you can use this one shade to create a nuanced eye look.
Do any of you guys own Queen Tiffany or something similar? Would you use it?