Clionadh Gilding is a moderately warm-toned, light duochrome with a metallic finish. It is a permanent eyeshadow that retails for $7.75 and contains 0.05 oz.
Clionadh Gilding Iridescent Glitter Multichrome Eyeshadow ($21.00 for 0.05 oz.) has a silver base with shimmer/sparkle that shifted between yellowy gold, peach, and aqua. Per the brand, it is described as having "a silvery iridescent base that reflects pink-orange-yellow-lime." I didn't get as much of a pink-orange vibe--a little more in person than captured in my swatches--but it was a brighter, aqua-yellow-peach overall.
The texture was smooth to the touch, more emollient, but it was one of the more sparkly shades, which I felt resulted in a little more fallout and a slightly less-even application of product. I'd recommend applying this with a fingertip for sure as it didn't apply well with a dry brush (which wasn't as recommended, but I've found most shades are versatile enough to apply in a multitude of ways). It had semi-opaque color coverage that lasted well for eight hours before creasing faintly but had some additional fallout over time.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
These shadows appear white in the pan, but have intense colour shifting reflects. They have a nearly transparent base, so they work great for all skin tones. They are multipurpose and can be used on the eyes, lips, face and body. These are glitter eyeshadows, not gel-based glitters, as such they perform similarly to a standard, shimmer shadow and apply relatively easy to the lid when patted on with a finger. For maximum longevity and intensity, apply over a set primer. Larger-particle glitters work even better over a tacky base (glitter glue). You can apply them with your finger or a shader brush sprayed with a setting spray. Apply the shadow by patting it onto the lid. Don’t swipe. Because of the larger particle sizes in these shadows, you don’t have to worry about the product sealing in the pan. But this also makes them more delicate; so do not dig your brush or finger into the product roughly.