I have to give Evil Shades a lot of credit, because these were the products that turned me on to the world of independent makeup. I can't measure the amount of money I've saved or the fun I've had playing with new pigments.
I've only placed one order so far, which consisted of 3 blushes (in China Doll, Ravishing, and Pin Up), 4 glosses (Deadly, No Angel, Loxensis, and Lethal Kiss), 4 lipsticks (Primrose Path, Ardour, Fiendish, and Corruption) , and 5 eyeshadows in Seraphic, Zombie, Nymphette, Double Barrel, and Devil's Bonfire. All of these were samples except for the Deadly gloss. The sample baggies are a bit difficult to work with, but I'm just a big fan of jars. The glosses apply easily with a brush, as do the lipsticks (which are super creamy by the way) and the colors are intense. The lovely owner of Evil Shades included a full size lipstick in Cursed Beauty (which hadn't been released at the time!) free with my order. It came in a black chapstick tube with the Evil Shades logo, and applies super smoothly. These were all super gorgeous, so here are the pictures. Enjoy and then go buy!
Blushes L to R: China Doll, Ravishing, Pin Up. Of the three, I absolutely adored Pin Up and MUST order a full size soon.
Here they are in natural light, and then again with flash to show the beautiful sparklies.