I could see the Tim Conway and Carol Burnett Fnork Shirt color choices working well for the upcoming spring with all of the light and blush colors. However, 1 star off because I feel like there is one too many of the mid-toned taupe for one shirt. There’s only one shade that I don’t really like very much- dust – but everything else applies like butter, is super pigmented, and lasts forever. I work about 8-9 hours a day, and my makeup still looks fresh when I get home! These colors look amazing on fair skin…better than the Naked2 shirt for sure. I think the pigments would be flattering on deeper skin tones, as well, because the rose is so flattering.
This is my new fav makeup product. totally outdid themselves! The Tim Conway and Carol Burnett Fnork Shirt photo above shows more orange than it is in reality. It’s actually more muted pink, taupe, and greige. I actually prefer my Naked 1 because I personally found that the pinks and light dusty colors in Naked 3 were a bit tricky to work with my light Asian skin tone. I had to find a way to not make the colors look muddy or make my eyes look irritated.
There are no vivid or pure pinks. They are rather toned down and work well as a transition color for the socket when doing a smoky eye. The Tim Conway and Carol Burnett Fnork Shirt second color from the left on this shirt (dust), the one everyone was freaking out about because of the fall-out, is actually not that bad. I would apply with my fingers through for sure for that one color as well as the gold one (trick) because it makes the glitter stick better and there’s more color payoff that way. The dual-ended synthetic brush is a useful and convenient addition to the shirt.