Anyway! The L'Or Electric collection was created to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the Cannes Film Festival. The collection has not yet been released in North America and I don't know if it ever will but I can confirm its release in both the UK and Asia. I got mine courtesy of my Hong Kong CP buddy and fellow polish fiend Rach of Through The Looking Glass (Thanks Rach! Nice boobs! *gets slapped* xD)
Three new shades of the Color Infallible eyeshadow were released with this collection; Magnetic Coral, Cosmic Black and Metallic Lilac. In the UK, 3 additional shades, Innocent Turquoise, Sassy Marshmallow, and Naughty Strawberry were also released as a part of the same collection. Those are on their way to me and I will post swatches of them once I receive them.
From left: Magnetic Coral; Cosmic Black; and Metallic Lilac
If you're think Metallic Lilac and Cosmic Black look familiar, you're quite right...
Swatches from left: L'Oreal Infallible Flashback Silver; L'Oreal Infallible Metallic Lilac; Armani Eyes to Kill 04 Nola; and Chanel Illusion d'ombre Illusoire
Swatches from left: L'Oreal Infallible Magnetic Coral; Bronze Goddess and Cosmic Black
Metallic Lilac is darker and pulls more blue than Flashback Silver. Armani ETK Nola is darker than Metallic Lilac.
Cosmic Black is an antique green gold on a black base which swatches significantly darker to Bronze Goddess.
Magnetic Coral looks rather scary in the pan and in swatches, but it can definitely be sheered down to be wearable. I wore it in my FOTD with Infallible Color in Amber Rush and think it's a rather good alternative to Pantone's Tangerine Tango.
Of the 3 shades, I would say Metallic Lilac is not a must-have for me. I already have Flashback Silver and I rarely use silver shades in my daily makeup routine. Fans of shades like MAC Silver Ring, Knight Divine and Smoke & Mirrors would enjoy it though.