From l-r: Midnight Purple, Petal Pink and Iridescent Pink
Midnight Purple is a matte finish. This is a darkish purple, but not quite as dark as I would expect with a name like midnight. This blends trickily. Too much and it goes all over, too little and it’s a fight to blend. Midnight Purple is a nice color, but its blendability makes it hard to love.
Petal Pink is also a matte finish. This is a light pink with a bit of a purple tint. As you can see, it has a tendency to get clumpy while being stored. However, it blends nicely and works well as a base color. Petal Pink is fun for spring and summer.
Iridescent Pink is a shimmer finish. It’s described as having hint of purple in the pink, but I think there’s a lot more than a hint. I can’t figure out why it’s called iridescent; it’s not that shimmery. It’s a nice mauve, but has the same blending issues as Midnight Purple.
I tested these colors together, which may mean that my colorblindness has come out to play. I thought they looked nice together, but overall my favorite from this batch is Petal Pink.