This is another great duo unearthed from the trove of 1980's makeup. As you can probably tell by the condition of the case and its contents, I used this a LOT in college, both as a shadows and as liner. The case holds a single pan of shadow split into two shades on two sides. The shadows have a baked texture, which means that they go on sheer when dry but more intense wet. They also build well.
The tiny brush and sponge-tip applicators are the original ones that came with the compact. The sponge tip is very delicate and started to fall apart when I attempted to clean it, but the brush is still in good shape. The large divot in the right side of the pan is from where I used the brush wet to pick up the blue shadow to use as a liner. This is really a striking combination when worn in the '80's style, but I don't know how well it would do today. Maybe combined with a charcoal gray?
Swatched above on umprimered skin in full sun.
Swatched in shade.