Sydney Grace Chamellionaire Multi-Chrome Shadow ($15.00 for 0.045 oz.) is a brighter, lighter emerald green most of the time but shifts from a warmer, yellower green-gold to richer green to cooler, bluish-teal. It was rare for me to see the color shift to gold/green-gold in practice (on the lid, whether all over my lid or applied on top of black eyeliner on my lower lash line), but I definitely saw the subtle shift to blue regularly, as it gave the edge more depth and dimension than if it had stayed the more green hue.
As is the case with multichromes, the shift is most noticeable whenever the product is applied heavily to a large area, so when they are applied to a smaller area, like the eyelid, the shift isn't as strong. The fact that our eyes tend to track our motions (like tilting and angling one's head) a bit makes it even harder to detect that shift when applied to our own eyelids! With this particular shade, it ended up giving the effect of a halo eye--a brighter, lighter shade along the center of my lid and flanked by a darker, cooler blue-green edge, so it definitely had more dimension than your regular eyeshadow.
The texture was denser, moderately cream-like, but it wasn't too firmly-pressed in the pan. It had opaque pigmentation in a single layer, though it was easiest to apply smoothly and evenly to my skin using a fingertip to press and gently spread it out (the warmth of my fingertip seemed to help) or else a dampened brush. I was successful at using a dry brush with it, but there was some fallout during application with that method. It started to crease faintly after six hours of wear, though it didn't worsen much more by the eight-hour mark.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.