Natasha Denona Infra-nude, Scarab, & Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadows Reviews & Swatches

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Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow

Infra-nude

Natasha Denona Infra-nude Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow ($28.00 for 0.08 oz.) is a lighter, brownish base that shifted from mid-tone, cooler green to dirty, olive gold to copper to plum paired with a metallic finish. The base seemed less blackened, so it was more forgiving and one of the better shades for sheering out all over the lid (if desired!). The shift was noticeable with both higher coverage and sheerer coverage applications–I didn’t have to hunt for it. The shift was less dramatic compared to shades like Scarab and Ultraviolet, though.

It had opaque color coverage in a single layer when applied with the included applicator or with a separate, synthetic brush. I felt the latter gave me better control, spreadability, and ensured I only applied what I needed as the included applicator produced quite a bit of product. The texture was lightweight, watery but very easy to work with; it wasn’t the type of formula that became patchy or prone to sheering out, so I had no trouble getting full, even coverage.

The color stayed on fairly well: there were no signs of fading, creasing, or flaking from the product after nine hours of wear. From a normal viewing distance, it looked pretty much the same all day long. Unfortunately, I noticed faint signs of cracking, which is when the product separates along a fine line or crease line but doesn’t settle product in it (that’s creasing)–the formula had a totally set dry-down and remained that way. With this particular shade, that cracking was subtle and was least visible compared to some of the other shades; I was only able to detect it when I looked in my close-up mirror (which I always use to assess wear!).

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$28.00/0.08 oz. - $350.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have a "water-rich, jelly texture with a fresh hydrating feel" where each shade has "three shifts" with a "high chrome effect." It is also supposed to have "high buildable coverage" (though the brand also showed live swatches as opaque in one layer) with "no cracking, no creasing, no fading." The brand's promotional video advertised "one swipe, intense triochrome pigmentation."

The consistency was lightweight, thin, and more watery with a cooling sensation when the product came into contact with my skin. The included applicator is a noticeably flocked, doe-foot that had good flex and sponginess, though I felt like it had a tendency to over-apply product and wasn't as precise as a more traditional, flat synthetic brush was. I found the best application was with a smaller brush for placement and something lightly fluffy and synthetic to diffuse the edges, especially around more curved areas (like the crease and inner tearduct).

For sheerer coverage, your best bet was to apply gently with a fingertip at the center of the lid and then use the fingertip to diffuse outward. Alternatively, you could use a fluffy brush to apply and blend out but found you definitely had to work quickly compared to fingertips. My eyelids are more sensitive at the moment, but the formula stung a bit until it was done drying down.

The formula dried down fast enough that the product didn't settle into fine lines and creases, but I didn't feel rushed as I worked one eye at a time. I didn't experience the "no cracking" part, though, as the shades had subtle to more noticeable cracking anywhere from four to six hours in during wear, though the color itself did not crease, flake, or fade for eight to nine hours on me.

The cracking occurred along horizontal fine lines and in the crease but looked like the product pulled away and not something I could push or smduge back in place (more in line with actual creasing). Sometimes it wasn't noticeable unless I was looking in a magnifying mirror.

I was impressed by how well the liquid formula spread on my eyelid, and the shift was noticeable straight on, looking at myself. I felt like the shift was actually most noticeable that way, rather than at various angles, and this was its best feature in my experience. It was easier to use and achieve that effect, especially diffusing along the edge, as the base seemed more forgiving compared to more typical black-based multichrome shades (though they often have more varied and wider shifts).

Note: Each tube contains 0.08 fl. oz., which was properly disclosed at the point of purchase, but they are smaller than the average liquid eyeshadow (which tends to range from 0.13 fl. oz. to 0.15 fl. oz. for most, though some are larger, like 0.25 fl. oz.). They're physically smaller than most liquid eyeshadows; to the point where I suspect readers will react a bit when seeing it in person. If you're not someone who typically finishes liquid eyeshadow up before it dries out (or before it need to be replaced), the total price may be more important than actual amount of product.

Also, based on the pricing of multichromes by more niche brands, the ingredient that produces the multichrome shift is significantly more expensive than typical colorants/pigments, so pricing as been on the higher side--my guess is the brand went with less to keep the price under $30.

Browse all of our Natasha Denona Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Isododecane, Mica, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Glyceryl Tribehenate/Isostearate/Eicosandioate, Octyldodecanol, Hydrogenated Styrene/Isoprene Copolymer, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Alcohol, Polyhydroxystearic Acid, Polyisoprene, Silica, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Tin Oxide, Aqua (Water ), Talc, Bht, Ci 77891 ( Titanium Dioxide ), Ci 77491 ( Iron Oxides ), Ci 77400 ( Bronze Powder ).

Infra-nude

LELimited Edition. $28.00.
B+
B+
8
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8
Longevity
5
Application
89%
Total
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Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow

Scarab

Natasha Denona Scarab Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow ($28.00 for 0.08 oz.) had a sheerer, blackened base that shifted from bright, chartreuse gold to lime to green to deeper, emerald green paired with a metallic finish. The shift was noticeable without craning my neck, though the deeper, darker green shift was only present in low light conditions.

The liquid eyeshadow yielded opaque color payoff in one layer, whether applied with the doe-foot applicator or a separate, flat synthetic brush. I found that the formula was pigmented enough that it was too easy to over-apply when working with the included applicator, so a brush gave me better precision, smoother results, and used less product (which also ensured it took less time to dry and was a thinner layer of actual product).

The consistency was lightweight, watery and wet in feel, but spreadable and kept its opacity when applied. It dried down quickly but I had enough to apply, place, spread, and diffuse the edge without feeling like I had to work at warp speed. There was a slight stingy sensation for me as it dried down, though, which went away once it was dry.

It stayed on well for the most part; I didn’t experience creasing, flaking, or fading after a nine-hour period, but there was a slight “crack” that came through at the five-hour mark in my crease. It seemed more like cracking, which the brand included on their list of claims (of things it doesn’t do!), than creasing, as the product remained totally set in place, so it was where the product had separated along but not gathered in the deeper line in my crease.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$28.00/0.08 oz. - $350.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have a "water-rich, jelly texture with a fresh hydrating feel" where each shade has "three shifts" with a "high chrome effect." It is also supposed to have "high buildable coverage" (though the brand also showed live swatches as opaque in one layer) with "no cracking, no creasing, no fading." The brand's promotional video advertised "one swipe, intense triochrome pigmentation."

The consistency was lightweight, thin, and more watery with a cooling sensation when the product came into contact with my skin. The included applicator is a noticeably flocked, doe-foot that had good flex and sponginess, though I felt like it had a tendency to over-apply product and wasn't as precise as a more traditional, flat synthetic brush was. I found the best application was with a smaller brush for placement and something lightly fluffy and synthetic to diffuse the edges, especially around more curved areas (like the crease and inner tearduct).

For sheerer coverage, your best bet was to apply gently with a fingertip at the center of the lid and then use the fingertip to diffuse outward. Alternatively, you could use a fluffy brush to apply and blend out but found you definitely had to work quickly compared to fingertips. My eyelids are more sensitive at the moment, but the formula stung a bit until it was done drying down.

The formula dried down fast enough that the product didn't settle into fine lines and creases, but I didn't feel rushed as I worked one eye at a time. I didn't experience the "no cracking" part, though, as the shades had subtle to more noticeable cracking anywhere from four to six hours in during wear, though the color itself did not crease, flake, or fade for eight to nine hours on me.

The cracking occurred along horizontal fine lines and in the crease but looked like the product pulled away and not something I could push or smduge back in place (more in line with actual creasing). Sometimes it wasn't noticeable unless I was looking in a magnifying mirror.

I was impressed by how well the liquid formula spread on my eyelid, and the shift was noticeable straight on, looking at myself. I felt like the shift was actually most noticeable that way, rather than at various angles, and this was its best feature in my experience. It was easier to use and achieve that effect, especially diffusing along the edge, as the base seemed more forgiving compared to more typical black-based multichrome shades (though they often have more varied and wider shifts).

Note: Each tube contains 0.08 fl. oz., which was properly disclosed at the point of purchase, but they are smaller than the average liquid eyeshadow (which tends to range from 0.13 fl. oz. to 0.15 fl. oz. for most, though some are larger, like 0.25 fl. oz.). They're physically smaller than most liquid eyeshadows; to the point where I suspect readers will react a bit when seeing it in person. If you're not someone who typically finishes liquid eyeshadow up before it dries out (or before it need to be replaced), the total price may be more important than actual amount of product.

Also, based on the pricing of multichromes by more niche brands, the ingredient that produces the multichrome shift is significantly more expensive than typical colorants/pigments, so pricing as been on the higher side--my guess is the brand went with less to keep the price under $30.

Browse all of our Natasha Denona Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Isododecane, Mica, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Glyceryl Tribehenate/Isostearate/Eicosandioate, Octyldodecanol, Hydrogenated Styrene/Isoprene Copolymer, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Alcohol, Polyhydroxystearic Acid, Polyisoprene, Silica, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Tin Oxide, Aqua (Water ), Talc, Bht, Ci 77891 ( Titanium Dioxide ), Ci 77491 ( Iron Oxides ), Ci 77400 ( Bronze Powder ).

Scarab

LELimited Edition. $28.00.
B+
B+
8
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8
Longevity
5
Application
89%
Total
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Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
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Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow
Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow

Ultraviolet

Natasha Denona Ultraviolet Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow ($28.00 for 0.08 oz.) has a sheerer, blackened base that shifted from orange-copper to fuchsia to pink to gold-green to darker green paired with a metallic finish. This shade had the most intense and most extreme shift from the five shades released–I could clearly see the shift when looking straight-on and never felt like I had to “find” the shift.

The texture was lightweight, spreadable, and wet with a more cooling, watery feel. I experienced a bit of tingling as it was drying down, but it was gone after the product set in place. It worked best with a flat, synthetic brush for the smoothest application that was also a thinner layer, as the included applicator yielded the same level of coverage but felt like it applied too much product, so it was a thicker layer that took longer to dry down. For sheerer coverage, a fingertip or a fluffy synthetic brush would work best.

It had rich color payoff that stayed on well for nine hours without fading, creasing, or flaking, but there was a bit of cracking along the fine lines on my inner lid area after five hours of wear. I didn’t notice them when looking in the mirror at normal viewing distance, but they were there when I checked in my magnifying mirror (which I always use to assess the degree of signs of wear!).

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$28.00/0.08 oz. - $350.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have a "water-rich, jelly texture with a fresh hydrating feel" where each shade has "three shifts" with a "high chrome effect." It is also supposed to have "high buildable coverage" (though the brand also showed live swatches as opaque in one layer) with "no cracking, no creasing, no fading." The brand's promotional video advertised "one swipe, intense triochrome pigmentation."

The consistency was lightweight, thin, and more watery with a cooling sensation when the product came into contact with my skin. The included applicator is a noticeably flocked, doe-foot that had good flex and sponginess, though I felt like it had a tendency to over-apply product and wasn't as precise as a more traditional, flat synthetic brush was. I found the best application was with a smaller brush for placement and something lightly fluffy and synthetic to diffuse the edges, especially around more curved areas (like the crease and inner tearduct).

For sheerer coverage, your best bet was to apply gently with a fingertip at the center of the lid and then use the fingertip to diffuse outward. Alternatively, you could use a fluffy brush to apply and blend out but found you definitely had to work quickly compared to fingertips. My eyelids are more sensitive at the moment, but the formula stung a bit until it was done drying down.

The formula dried down fast enough that the product didn't settle into fine lines and creases, but I didn't feel rushed as I worked one eye at a time. I didn't experience the "no cracking" part, though, as the shades had subtle to more noticeable cracking anywhere from four to six hours in during wear, though the color itself did not crease, flake, or fade for eight to nine hours on me.

The cracking occurred along horizontal fine lines and in the crease but looked like the product pulled away and not something I could push or smduge back in place (more in line with actual creasing). Sometimes it wasn't noticeable unless I was looking in a magnifying mirror.

I was impressed by how well the liquid formula spread on my eyelid, and the shift was noticeable straight on, looking at myself. I felt like the shift was actually most noticeable that way, rather than at various angles, and this was its best feature in my experience. It was easier to use and achieve that effect, especially diffusing along the edge, as the base seemed more forgiving compared to more typical black-based multichrome shades (though they often have more varied and wider shifts).

Note: Each tube contains 0.08 fl. oz., which was properly disclosed at the point of purchase, but they are smaller than the average liquid eyeshadow (which tends to range from 0.13 fl. oz. to 0.15 fl. oz. for most, though some are larger, like 0.25 fl. oz.). They're physically smaller than most liquid eyeshadows; to the point where I suspect readers will react a bit when seeing it in person. If you're not someone who typically finishes liquid eyeshadow up before it dries out (or before it need to be replaced), the total price may be more important than actual amount of product.

Also, based on the pricing of multichromes by more niche brands, the ingredient that produces the multichrome shift is significantly more expensive than typical colorants/pigments, so pricing as been on the higher side--my guess is the brand went with less to keep the price under $30.

Browse all of our Natasha Denona Chromium Liquid Eyeshadow swatches.

Ingredients

Isododecane, Mica, Calcium Sodium Borosilicate, Trimethylsiloxysilicate, Glyceryl Tribehenate/Isostearate/Eicosandioate, Octyldodecanol, Hydrogenated Styrene/Isoprene Copolymer, Disteardimonium Hectorite, Alcohol, Polyhydroxystearic Acid, Polyisoprene, Silica, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Tin Oxide, Aqua (Water ), Talc, Bht, Ci 77891 ( Titanium Dioxide ), Ci 77491 ( Iron Oxides ), Ci 77400 ( Bronze Powder ).

Ultraviolet

LELimited Edition. $28.00.
B+
B+
8
Product
10
Pigmentation
9
Texture
8
Longevity
5
Application
89%
Total
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Christine Mielke is the editor-in-chief and has been reviewing products for over 14 years.

She has normal-to-dry skin with occasional dryness on cheeks and nose. She has a light plus skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones (view her foundation matches here).

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These multichromes are stunning, I love them al! It’s great that the different colors show up, I’m so glad they performed well. Scarab reminds me of my favorite nail polish of all time, Chanel Peridot. ?

Right?
I’m a sucker for multigromes and ordered an extensive package from Clionadh to be delivered anywhere in September. I will not order the ND ones until I ‘need’ them (which doesn’t look to be that way)

These are truly gorgeous looking shifts going on in these! My problem would be with 2 issues: 1.) $28 for only .08 of liquid product, 2.) paying out $28 and having a crack developing on my lid within 5 hours would be a huge bummer! Oh, and probably worse on my lids than yours because mine are so hooded an don’t have much mobile lid to speak of.

If they ever show up at Sephora Canada, I am going to try and grab one of them. I have the same concerns, Nancy. My thinking is I will not apply it all over my mobile lid, but rather just tap a very thin layer over a base shadow centre lid and a bit into lashline. This is how I use a lot of PMG special shades. That or I use it on the innermost corner only. At this point I do not have much success with an entire mobile lid application because it either magnifies texture or ends up everywhere because of the skin folding.

I wonder how these compare to the JD Glow formula, I ended up just ordering the pan version from them instead.

These sound like the glitter base formula other brands put into tubes. I tried to use pigment foils with a glitter based and they cracked and then flakes as well. 😛

I like Infra-nude and Scarab, but any sort of stinging or tingling sensation is a huge dealbreaker for me! I will look into those Clionadh dupes though. ?

I feel like at $28 for a single shadow, I would want these to be an A+ for me to consider buying them — I’m especially concerned that my hooded eyes would definitely cause the cracking issue that you mentioned, Christine.

I have a feeling I’ll just have to love Scarab from afar and maybe get one of the near-dupes from Clionadh instead!

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