Estee Lauder Chained Shadow Paint
A New Long-Wearing Eyeshadow from Estee Lauder
Estee Lauder Chained Shadow Paint ($24.00 for 0.12 oz.) is a warm, coppery brown with a golden champagne shimmer-sheen. Wet ‘n’ Wild Sparkle ‘Til Morning #7 is slightly browner, less coppery, and it is a powder product. Cinderella Drizella is slightly browner and a powder product. Make Up For Ever #12 is slightly more coppery but is similar when sheered out.
This shade applied fairly well; it was more prone to sheering out and didn’t want to build to fully opaque color, but it was very even in color overall. Depending on your skin tone, it may work well as a barely-there wash of color or to add definition to the outer lid/crease area. When I wore it alongside Halo, it lasted a full twelve hours without fading or creasing. It has a thin, creamy consistency that blended out easily on the lid. Despite its very wet-feel, once it dries down, it’s totally set for the rest of the day. The drying time on this shade was about average; not too long, not too short. I had enough time to maneuver and play with placement without it setting instantly.