Tom Ford Fleur Neige Cream & Powder Eye Color Review & Swatches


Fleur Neige

Tom Ford Beauty Fleur Neige Cream & Powder Eye Color is a new, limited edition duo that features a sparkling, white gold powder eyeshadow and a creamy, pearly taupe cream eyeshadow.

With the powder eyeshadow layered on top of the cream eyeshadow, the color created was a light-medium, sparkling pewter with warmer undertones. Both products performed consistently with past duos released by the brand, though I felt like the cream eyeshadow was slightly too emollient, so it wasn’t as foolproof to work with.

Fleur Neige (Eye Color)

Fleur Neige (Eye Color) is a pale, white gold with moderate, warm udnertones and a sparkling finish. It had semi-opaque pigmentation applied dry (see the angled swatch for a better representation of coverage as the base color of this shade really blends in with my skin tone!) and mostly opaque coverage with higher sparkle content when applied with a dampened brush.

Fleur Neige (Cream Color)

Fleur Neige (Cream Color) is a muted, medium-dark smoky taupe with subtle, warm undertones and a fine, pearly sheen. It had good pigmentation in a single layer, which was buildable to full coverage, but the formula seemed to have some added slip (that I wasn’t used to), which seemed to give it that slightly sheerer effect when initially applied.

The consistency was creamy, spreadable, and felt a little whipped in texture in the pot, so it had an airy quality to it that helped the edges blend out well. I’d recommend applying it and letting it “soft set” for about five to ten seconds before blending it out. It’s a forgiving product, though, as you can still blend out the edges softly even after it dries down–it doesn’t have a really firm/dry set (that can sometimes crack). It wore well for 12 hours without fading or creasing on me.