The promotional picture for the Becca Fallen Angel collection is, as always, totally stunning. Even if I'm not hugely keen on nude lips, I love the smoky eye, made a little softer in shades of mushroom and smoke rather than greys and black.
I'm a bit disappointed in the pricing of this collection though. Instead of the usual 5 pan palette, there are two 3 pan palettes. The Fallen Angel palette for cheeks and lips has a peachy highlight, a tawny peach lip & cheek cream, and a sheer peach gloss.
The Fallen Angel palette is £35 and the Enigma palette is £48. That's £83 for 6 pans of colour, compared to £55 for the usual 5 pan palettes. The Becca online shop doesn't give the weight of the Engima palette pans, but it does for the Fallen Angel palette and these are 1.3g each, compared to 1.5g each of the lipgloss and lip & cheek cream in my Showgirl palette. It's hard to judge online pictures, but I don't think the Engima pans are bigger than the standard single 1g, which is also the size of the eyeshadow/compact eyeliner pans in my Showgirl palette.
Edit to add: following a comment from Replica below, I've just gone back to the Becca website to double check the price, and it is now shown as £35. I know I'm not going crazy (at least not on this point) because Marina at MakeUp4All has the price for Enigma listed as £48 on her earlier post about the collection here. It looks like it was an error on the Becca website.
I won't be buying from this collection. Although I do like the look of Enigma, I think it is overpriced compared to other Becca eyeshadows and palettes. Edit to add: It doesn't look so badly priced now, although I will still probably pass.
Images are from www.beccacosmetics.com.