Giorgio Armani Blue Beetle (34) is a very cool-toned, medium blue with a frost finish. It is a discontinued eyeshadow that retails for $33.00 and contains 0.14 oz.
Blue Beetle (34) is a medium-dark aqua blue with a frosted, metallic finish. Applied dry, it was semi-opaque, and then applied damp, it was mostly opaque but not fully. It was buildable, though, so I was able to get opaque color on the lid. Giorgio Armani June Beetle is lighter, less blue, more aqua. Urban Decay Shattered is less blue. Urban Decay Haight is brighter. L'Oreal Infinite Sky is more muted. Illamasqua Alluvium is bluer, darker. See comparison swatches.
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