Clionadh Chalice is a very warm-toned, medium duochrome with a metallic finish. It is a permanent eyeshadow that retails for $12.50 and contains 0.05 oz.
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Clionadh Chalice Hybrid Multichrome Eyeshadow ($12.50 for 0.05 oz.) is a medium, golden brown base that shifted from strong gold to greenish-gold to pink. Per the brand, it has a "yellow/lime-silver-red" shift." To my eye, the shade had less of a really distinctive, strong multichromatic shift as it did a light, multichromatic shift (orange to gold to green-gold) paired with more contrasting and twinkling sparkle, so it had a lot of dimension, shine, and reflective qualities.
The texture was soft, more loosely-pressed, so one should use a lighter hand with it, which ensures that excess product doesn't loosen, but the actual formula has some creaminess to it, so it doesn't just turn powdery like a typical eyeshadow (say, a powdery, matte eyeshadow). It had opaque color coverage applied with a fingertip as well as with a dampened brush and more buildable coverage from semi-opaque to opaque when applied with a dry brush (the latter not being called out as a recommended method but has worked very well for me across the brand's formulas).
The eyeshadow applied well to bare skin and had good adhesion, despite being very sparkly (though finer sparkle). I didn't need to use an adhesive base to prevent fallout; there was one or two stray flecks of fallout during application and blending, and there might have been a couple flecks after nine hours of wear.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
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These are part way between our Jewelled and Glitter Multichrome formulas. They behave more like the small/medium particle glitters, but with the tones of our Jewelled Multichromes. They are buildable to allow for a slight wash of sparkle over the lid or transforming shadows, but can also be packed on for full saturation. Since these don’t have a black base (“Embroidery” is the darkest but it’s still not Jewelled Multichrome level), they are more everyday user-friendly and great for all ages and skin tones.
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