Sydney Grace Beauregarde Multi-Chrome Shadow ($15.00 for 0.045 oz.) is a multichrome, pressed eyeshadow that has a dominant, cooler, smokier purple hue that shifts from brighter, cooler violet purple to deep purple to warmer plum to subtle, warmer copper. I found the shift to copper to be extremely difficult to see on the lid, and when swatched on my arm, only at the most extreme angles with a fair amount of direct light. For me, in person, I could see a shift from cooler to warmer purple--like violet to plum.
It had opaque pigmentation with a smooth, moderately dense consistency that was emollient and a bit thicker overall, though it sat well on my skin and was fairly easy to work with. The product applied most evenly and had almost no fallout when applied with a fingertip or a wet brush, though a dry brush was possible, it just yielded light fallout. It wore well for six and a half hours before creasing faintly on me, though it didn't worsen much more over the next couple of hours.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.