Delirium is a light-medium copper with warm, rosy undertones and a sparkling, metallic finish. The consistency was slightly loose in the pan, and the larger sparkles were more prone to sheering away from the base color, so it worked better with a dampened brush or over a tacky primer for opaque coverage and for minimizing fallout. On its own, it wore well for seven and a half hours with some fallout.
Highly pigmented, velvety-matte, ultra-fine powders for shading, creating depth and lining eyes. Long-wearing, crease-resistant colors glide on smoothly and evenly and blend effortlessly. Can be applied sheer or layered for a more dramatic effect.