The newest additions to the Edward Bess shadow range, Mirage and Storm (£22 each), retain the same high quality I’d expect from the brand. They have a soft, blendable texture. The colours are buildable with a luminous/glowy finish, although both these shadows are more shimmery than previous ones.
Both shades are smooth, although I would say Storm feels slightly smoother to the touch. Used with a primer the colours last all day with absolutely no creasing or colour fade.
Storm is a cool toned, gently shimmered, delicate silver taupe
Mirage is a shimmery, soft golden peach champagne.
The packaging has been changed. The compacts are pretty much the same size but the pan is now round and they don’t contain the little sponge brush. I would say I find these a bit stiff to open.
Old and new packaging:
I think these are both stunning, I initially thought that Mirage might be too warm but the sunlight glow of the shade is really pretty. Both shades are ones I know I will get a lot of use out of.
I bought these from zuneta.com