Thursday, June 20th, 2013

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot ($3.99 for 0.07 oz.) is a medium-dark black with silver sparkle. It had good color payoff both wet and dry, though it is more sparkly when applied with a damp brush. The texture was somewhat soft, not as gritty or as powdery as some of the other shades in the range. Urban Decay Oil Slick is less sparkly. Lancome The New Black is darker. Chanel Mirifique is darker, cream product. Sugarpill Stella is darker. See comparison swatches.

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot ($3.99 for 0.07 oz.) is a brightened, medium pink with a sparkly finish. This one was very crumbly and flaky when applied dry. It smoothed out more when applied damp, but it was still somewhat chunky. Urban Decay Noise is similar but not as sparkly. MAC Tease with Ease is darker, less shimmery. MAC Infra-violet is cooler-toned, less sparkly. Sugarpill Decora is warmer, redder. Make Up For Ever #85 is less shimmery, lighter. Inglot #362 is matte, brighter. See comparison swatches.

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot ($3.99 for 0.07 oz.) is a muted, pinky-red with gold sparkle. The color payoff was good both wet and dry, but the texture is smoother and less powdery and flaky when applied with a damp brush. Urban Decay Noise is a cream pencil but similar in color. MAC More Amour is warmer, less pink. MAC Tease with Ease is cooler-toned. MAC Gameela is brighter, matte. Dior Bow is less sparkly. Sugarpill Decora is brighter. See comparison swatches.

CoverGirl’s newest eyeshadows have an odd texture that’s almost grainy; it’s not gritty or rough in the traditional sense, but there’s something flaky, dry, and grainy about the texture. It doesn’t bind together as well as you’d expect a good powder eyeshadow would. There’s a lot of fall out during application, but all three shades had fall out throughout the day, too–just bits of sparkle everywhere on my face! They lasted well for about seven hours, and after eight, there was some noticeable fading. I had slight creasing only with Fired-up Pink.

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Molten Black (300)

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It doesn't bind together as well as you'd expect a good powder eyeshadow would. There's a lot of fall out during application, but all three shades had fall out throughout the day, too--just bits of sparkle everywhere on my face!

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8/10

Pigmentation

9.5/10

Texture

8.5/10

Longevity

7/10

Application

4.5/5

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Fired-up Pink (305)

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9/10

Texture

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Longevity

7/10

Application

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Red-Hot (345)

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8/10

Pigmentation

9.5/10

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CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Molten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Fired-up Pink (305) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot
CoverGirl Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pot

The Dupe List: Molten Black (300)

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The Dupe List: Fired-up Pink (305)

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5 thoughts on “CoverGirl Molten Black (300), Fired-Up Pink (305), Red-Hot (345) Flamed Out Shadow Pots Reviews, Photos, Swatches

  1. Colleen

    How would you compare Molten Black to Mac’s Black Tie?

  2. Samantha

    What is the difference between the swatch on the right and the swatch on the left?

  3. Great article, will be trying out theMolten Black (300) Flamed Out Shadow Pot for sure! xo