Tom Ford Disco Dust Quad review, comparison and swatches

Tom Ford Disco Dust Quad review, comparison and swatches

I just can’t get enough of Tom Ford eyeshadow quads, but they are such an investment. Recently there was a new revamp of his permanent eye color quad collection which also included discontinuing some of the all-time staples like Cognac Sable. If you missed the boat on purchasing one of the most iconic neutral but still very glamorous palettes, the next best thing currently available is Tom Ford Disco Dust. The colors might look a bit off (compared to other neutral palettes) but trust me they are far more day appropriate and versatile than you can possibly imagine.

The typical Tom Ford eye quads will come with two light shades, one chunky glitter, and one dark crease color. This spring Tom Ford launched two new eye quads, each with different shadow finish.  Disco Dust (£64), unlike its name, is an eye shadow palette that is very daytime appropriate. It houses a range of earthy (warm nude and light coppery peach) colors that have a slight glittery finish. Apart from the amazing neutral shades I was also very much attracted by the chunky silvery tan/nude glitter. To define your crease there is a beautiful chocolate brown shade with gold and red undertones.

Tom Ford Disco Dust vs Orchid haze eyeshadow quad

Tom Ford Disco Dust eyeshadow quad

Tom Ford Disco Dust eyeshadow quad review








Compared to my other Tom Ford everyday staples like Orchid Haze (nude/lilac) or Nude dip (silver/mauve) this palette is probably the one for you if you are looking for more nude/brown everyday colors. In comparison to Cognac Sable, which is a bit more on the rusty golden brown side, Disco Dust comes in less dramatic and more measured neutral nude color selection.