Below: Classic Camel is one of the first shades in this collection that appealed to me, but I just don't think it works with my skin tone. It's an imitation gold cream with tons of gold glitter, but on me, it reminds me of Dijon mustard. I really wanted this one to work for me, and I've seen it work nicely on others.
I'm not giving up on Classic Camel, because I do like this, just not on me. I'll try it again when I have more of a tan and see what happens. It was interesting when I removed it, because on the cotton ball, it looked like a pure gold foil, which tells me there's more gold glitter in there than meets the eye. Riveter Rogue is probably similar to others I have, but I still love it. As I mentioned above, I love how it glistens rather than sparkles. As with the others I've tried so far from this collection, I used 2 coats and had no problems with the applications.
We're getting ready to head downtown to the Arts District and visit one of my daughter's teachers who has a sculpting studio there. He also does Henna, so I may have him do something on me. I'll be sure to take my camera and hopefully have some interesting photos to share with you in my Come Monday post next week. Wishing you all a great weekend!