The colours in these palettes are beautiful, and there is certainly more variety than the photos show. I wanted to provide some info for anyone considering buying Snow queen or Remember Me as I purchased them both and they have some similar colours. However, none of the colours are exact repeats. There are fine differences but they are still different shades.
I would highly recommend using a good primer for these shadows, especially the lighter and brighter ones like yellows. This is not the fault of amore or any other makeup company, just the nature of the colour. If you want light colours to show up, use a good base. I have not tried amore’s because I am still working through my urban decay and smashbox samples, but I may in the future.
Castle is a matte peach good transition shade for fair to medium skin
Girlfriend is a matte tan, good transition for fair to medium skin
Earth is a matte warm orange-brown, more saturated than enchanted land
Royal is a metallic brown / copper, it reads much lighter / brighter on skin than in the pan
Journey is a metallic copper, lighter than Royal
True love is a shimmer / metallic pale gold, not quite champagne
Fire is a matte muted cool red-brown, it does not have the same orangey undertones as Earth and Enchanted Land
Enchanted Land is a warm matte orange-brown
Baby is a matte light peach, good transition for fair to very fair skin
Anna is a matte pastel teal - definitely use a primer for this one, the colour is beautiful but pastels are hard to show up
Elsa is a matte pastel sky blue - use a good primer for this one
Frozen heart looks purple on the website photo, but it is actually a matte blue-purple periwinkle probably my favourite colour
Wind is a metallic sky blue, this one does not need primer and is extremely colourful
Stellar is a VERY chunky pressed glitter. The largest pieces are about 1.5mm. Even if you do not like pressed glitter, this is still a very nice palette
Icy ocean is a metallic blue that reads a bit lighter on skin than in the pan, but still very bright. It is slightly warmer / lighter than Remember Me’s Slick
Water horse is a matte sky blue
Snow Kingdom is a translucent shimmer with flecks of light blue. Does not contain glitter
Magic Power is a multichrome pressed glitter, smaller than stellar. It does not really read orange when placed on top of another shade, but more gold and shifting. Very pretty if you like glitter.
Blaze is a metallic warm gold-copper, lighter than journey. Slightly duochrome shifts between gold and coppery brown
Let Go is a shimmer / metallic moss green with a very slight gold shift
Adventure is a muted, mustard yellow, more muted than Remember Me’s Sol or Sunlit
Childhood is a shimmer Pine green with a shift of gold
Crossing is a matte green that shows up a little darker and more muted on skin
Troll is a muted metallic gold bronze, very cool with no orange, more of a green-gold
Memories is a cool matte dark brown, more of a purple-brown than orange-brown. SHow up darker on skin than in pan
In The Wood is a duochrome green-gold shift that is warmer and browner than childhood. The gold in this shade is more like Troll, where Childhood’s gold shift is more like true love.
Family looks like a duochrome metallic in the company photo but it is NOT. it is actually a very fine pressed glitter that is mostly moss coloured with flecks of light blue. Pretty, but I wish it was a duochrome instead.
Arandelle is a matte dark green - it is very slightly warmer and darker than remember me PLUR
Deep Forest is a matte dark green
Homeland is a matte dark sandy yellow-brown
Blizzard is a matte navy blue - use a good primer to build the colour
Bad guy is a very pigmented matte black. You do not need much at all
Overall these shadows are a great selection, especially if you are someone searching for a variety of greens and cool colours. Today’s trends are full of endless warm oranges and this is great for those with very fair and cool-toned skin. If you do not like pressed glitter, only 3 shades are glitters, which is still very nice. I am looking forward to using this palette and creating many different looks.