The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.
The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Feel the fever with glitter-streaked Dazzleshadow in riotous hues. The rich, stay-true pigments adhere to the lid with minimal fallout, imparting eyes with a beautiful, twinkling sheen. The creamy, talc-free formula delivers a texture that's the perfect union of cream and powder, creating a multidimensional, reflective surface that leaves lids looking dazzling yet delicate.
Based on 1 Review, 7 Quick Reviews
The Good: Smooth (2), Blendable (2), Creamy (1), Easy To Apply (1), Crease-resistant (1), Long-wearing (1), Great Value (1), Travel-friendly (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (3), Highly Pigmented (2), Sheer (2)
The Bad: Powdery (4), Creases (3), Hard To Apply (2), Hard To Blend (2), Fall Out (2), Chalky (1), Fades (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Hope 1 year ago.
Pretty much totally unwearable without glitter glue - it’s just a bunch of fallout with almost no base pigment.It’s hard to believe MAC is still selling these, given the fact that there are so many better products on the market - not only in creaminess and applicability, but also in level of sparkle. There is nothing “dazzling” about this experience, unfortunately.