The bronzer and blush retails for $75USD. It is held in a wooden magnetic compact that is similar to one of my all time favorite bronzers, the Sublime Radiant Powder (reviewed here). This also comes with a nice silk pouch with the iconic Pucci print. The first half of the powder is a bronzer and the latter half has 3 different blush shades - coral, dark pink, and pale pink.
The quad in Capri retails for $59USD. This has a medium pink, coral, deep burgundy, and frosty white shade.
The meteorites or also known as Pearls d'Azur Illuminating Powder retails for $59USD and it comes in a special package with the Pucci print. There is also a powder brush with blue bristles that retails for $43USD. I was surprised to find the brush to be quite nice and soft on the skin.
The collection also has 2 nail polish ($22USD) shades in Coral Pink and Indigo Blue. Indigo Blue is the more unique shade out of the two due to its metallic and shimmery finish.
Capri eyeshadow quad is actually really nicely pigmented as shown in the swatch. The texture is quite nice and smooth. The Meteorites has no color, only visible shimmers under the light.
There are also 3 new lipglosses ($32USD) in the collection - Sunny Coral, Sensual Brown, and Indigo Blue. The Khol Kajal Eyeliner is a deep blue indigo that is pigmented and glides on the skin easily. It retails for $36USD.
On my hand, you can see the bronzing powder to be bronzy coral and the blush is a nice coral pink. Unfortunately on my cheeks, the bronzing powder all swirled together creates a muddy shade that was not at all flattering. It looked as though I was sunburned, but not in a good way.
One last image in different lighting:
Overall, this is a nice collection but personally I do not think any of the items are must-haves. If you are a huge fan of Emilio Pucci, the bronzer, brush, and meteorites are all nice collectors items. Although the products all have great pigmentation, I feel that the colors are not particularly unique. We've seen the coral and blue theme in practically every single collection this summer.
Bottom Line: If you're on a budget, I think it's safe to skip this collection altogether (which is what I did). The bronzing powder and blush has an incredibly smooth texture but the shade was a muddy mess on me. I recommend trying it out in person before shelling out $75USD. The glosses are nice with Indigo Blue being the most unique out of the 3 if you feel like being adventurous. The meteorites goes on clear with visible shimmers like every other meteorite that was released in the past. If you must get something up from this collection, my picks would be the eyeshadow quad, the Khol Kajal Eyeliner, and any of the 3 collectors items with Emilio Pucci prints on them (for Pucci collectors).
Have you seen this collection yet? What are your top picks?