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Clionadh Kiln & Sand Blast Jeweled Multichrome Eyeshadows Critiques & Swatches


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Clionadh Kiln Jeweled Multichrome Eye Shadow (~ $ 19.00 for 0.05 oz.) Has a blackened base with a multi-colored finish that changes from reddish-burgundy to warmer burgundy to copper to gold-bronze. According to the brand, it should switch between “Burgundy-Red-Orange-Gold”. The shift was present in real life from a variety of angles and was represented as a gradient that went from lighter, warmer Burgundy to deeper, reddish Burgundy (with less heat), or rather from darker copper bronze to lighter golden bronze. It read less orange / gold to me than I felt the blackened base increased the depth it did more from copper to bronze. This had one of the more noticeable and stronger shifts from the area.

The consistency was dense, smooth, and slightly smooth with a creaminess that still accumulated well with a dry brush, although a damp brush gave a more intense, metallic finish. For the greatest intensity and depth, I would recommend applying the product with a fingertip, starting in the middle of the lid and gently diffusing outwards. I found no effects on this shade when I worked with it both dry and with my fingertip. It had an opaque color coverage in a single layer, in which a little did a lot.

It stayed on for a good eight and a half hours before wrinkling on bare skin and eleven and a half hours over the primer. The brand specifically stated that it applied this formula to “dried out foundation”, but there are so many eye shadow formulas that don’t. So most of my reviews test longevity without a primer. To make it easier to compare this shade with others, I tested it in both directions. However, for reasons of clarity, the rating is based on the wearing time of the primer.

FURTHER READING: Formula overview for details on general performance and properties (such as fragrance).

Sydney Grace Flamethrower (P, $ 25.00) is less shimmering, darker, cooler (90% similar). Pat McGrath VR Sextraterrestrial (LE, $ 25.00) is lighter, cooler (85% similar) .Fyrinnae Venus Sunset (P, $ 14.50) is brighter, warmer (85% similar) .Clionadh Forge (P, 19, 00 USD) (80% similar). Sydney Grace Phoenix (P, $ 25.00) is darker, warmer (80% similar).

Formula overview

$ 19.00 / 0.05 oz. – – $ 380.00 an ounce

The formula has been described as “finely ground, ultra-rich pigments” that have a “black base and intense color shift reflexes” with the “bottom line” [being] a saturated, vibrantly changing shadow. “

For those new to Multichromes, the brand has a nice application guide that guides customers through the application. The big take away are black-based multichromes. Less is more when it comes to mixing. The more you mix, the more the base gets through and the changing shimmer disappears. They can be used wet or dry, with a dry or wet brush, or with your fingertips in “tapping instead of wiping”.

Clionadh’s formula worked well with a range of brushes – flat shader brushes, fluffier shader brushes, narrow and larger pencil brushes, and even fluffier folding brushes. I liked using a small, slightly rounded pleat brush to apply and spread the product in my crease to polish the edge so that a blacker base can get through. I found that this helped mix the multichrome hue with any transition / crease hue that I might have used. A flat, but not solid shader brush has proven itself well to separate paint on the entire lid, especially on smaller areas. However, using the fingertips gave the most intense, shiny finish along with a deeper color.

To a certain extent, multichromes correspond to the application of three, four or five colors to an area at a certain point in time. So this applies to someone who likes the effect of more than one shade on the lid, but may not feel so safe when mixing. A multichrome delivers part of this end result with less effort. This also happens in reverse order, since they often shift slightly from left to right, from right to left, from top to bottom and from bottom to top.

The consistency felt smooth, dense and a little thicker with a creamy, slightly softening feel. Some shades felt creamy rather than powdery, but most felt like a richer, creamier metallic when touched. The brand recommended applying the eyeshadows first because “there may be a dropout,” although in my experience this seemed minor – the creamier consistency made the eyeshadow stick slightly to bare skin (or over the foundation).

I found them easier to use than expected because I didn’t feel they needed to be used with a damp brush or fingertip to get an opaque, even coverage, and they were miscible along the edges. The black base makes it difficult to carry along the lower lash line without creating a perceptible shadow when the edge becomes diffuse. This also applies to the inner tear duct (the iridescent multichromes of the brand are better suited for these areas because they have a transparent base).

They tended to wrinkle me more easily after eight to nine hours without a foundation and between 10 and 12 hours over an eyeshadow foundation. The shift faded slightly more after seven to eight hours than when it was first applied to bare skin and about 10 hours above the foundation.

The brand recommended applying this formula on a “dry foundation”, which is actually unusual for an eyeshadow formula. Since most of the formulas I tested do not require a primer for testing, I tested all colors in both directions. They are easier to compare with other formulas on the market.

Browse all of our Clionadh Jeweled Multichrome Eyeshadow swatches.

ingredients

+/- titanium dioxide, +/- mica, +/- synthetic fluorohlogopite, dimethicone, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- tin dioxide, caprylic / capric triglyceride, isopropyl myristate, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- iron oxide, +/- iron oxide, +/- Kaolin clay, +/- magnesium stearate, +/- iron oxide, +/- calcium sodium borosilicate, +/- iron ferrocyanide, +/- bismuth oxychloride, +/- red 40, +/- blue 1, +/- aluminum oxide, +/- ultramarine , Caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, hexylene glycol.

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P.Permanent. $ 19.00.

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Sandblast

Clionadh Sand Blast Jeweled Multichrome eyeshadow (~ $ 19.00 for 0.05 oz.) Has a blackened base with a multi-colored finish that changes from rich, reddish copper to light orange to yellowish gold. According to the brand, it should switch between “orange-gold-lime”. The “lime” was really subtle in my eyes; In practice, it looked almost like a dirty olive when it switched from copper to olive. The shift was not that strong with this hue because there were less noticeable shifts between colors, so it was more gradual compared to other shades in the lineup (which may list four specific colors that they will switch between), but still even created a noticeable gradient between two shades.

It had a dense, smooth, slightly creamy consistency that didn’t feel quite as thick or smooth as other colors in the range (although by no means dry!). The eyeshadow gave an opaque color covering, which could be applied with a dry or wet brush as well as with the fingertips. The latter two methods gave a glossier finish, but I really had no problems applying it like any other eye shadow. The blackened base means that it is best applied by pressing and tapping instead of sweeping, otherwise the changing shimmer will dissolve.

It carried well for eight and a half hours before wrinkling on bare skin and eleven and a half hours over the foundation. The brand specifically stated that it applied this formula to “dried out foundation”, but there are so many eye shadow formulas that don’t. So most of my reviews test longevity without a primer. To make it easier to compare this shade with others, I tested it in both directions. However, for reasons of clarity, the rating is based on the wearing time of the primer.

FURTHER READING: Formula overview for details on general performance and properties (such as fragrance).

Formula overview

$ 19.00 / 0.05 oz. – – $ 380.00 an ounce

The formula has been described as “finely ground, ultra-rich pigments” that have a “black base and intense color shift reflexes” with the “bottom line” [being] a saturated, vibrantly changing shadow. “

For those new to Multichromes, the brand has a nice application guide that guides customers through the application. The big take away are black-based multichromes. Less is more when it comes to mixing. The more you mix, the more the base gets through and the changing shimmer disappears. They can be used wet or dry, with a dry or wet brush, or with your fingertips in “tapping instead of wiping”.

Clionadh’s formula worked well with a range of brushes – flat shader brushes, fluffier shader brushes, narrow and larger pencil brushes, and even fluffier folding brushes. I liked using a small, slightly rounded pleat brush to apply and spread the product in my crease to polish the edge so that a blacker base can get through. I found that this helped mix the multichrome hue with any transition / crease hue that I might have used. A flat, but not solid shader brush has proven itself well to separate paint from the entire lid, especially on smaller areas. However, using the fingertips gave the most intense, shiny finish along with a deeper color.

To a certain extent, multichromes correspond to the application of three, four or five colors to an area at a certain point in time. So this applies to someone who likes the effect of more than one shade on the lid, but may not feel so safe when mixing. A multichrome delivers part of this end result with less effort. This also happens in reverse order, since they often shift slightly from left to right, from right to left, from top to bottom and from bottom to top.

The consistency felt smooth, dense and a little thicker with a creamy, slightly softening feel. Some shades felt creamy rather than powdery, but most felt like a richer, creamier metallic when touched. The brand recommended applying the eyeshadows first because “there may be a dropout,” although in my experience this seemed minor – the creamier consistency made the eyeshadow stick slightly to bare skin (or over the foundation).

I found them easier to use than expected because I didn’t feel they needed to be used with a damp brush or fingertip to get an opaque, even coverage, and they were miscible along the edges. The black base makes it difficult to wear along the lower lash line without creating a noticeable shadow when the edge becomes diffuse. This also applies to the inner tear duct (the iridescent multichromes of the brand are better suited for these areas because they have a transparent base).

They tended to wrinkle me more easily after eight to nine hours without a primer and between 10 and 12 hours over an eyeshadow primer. The shift faded slightly more after seven to eight hours than when it was first applied to bare skin and about 10 hours above the foundation.

The brand recommended applying this formula on a “dry foundation”, which is actually unusual for an eyeshadow formula. Since most of the formulas I tested do not require a primer for testing, I tested all colors in both directions. They are easier to compare with other formulas on the market.

Browse all of our Clionadh Jeweled Multichrome eyeshadow swatches.

ingredients

+/- titanium dioxide, +/- mica, +/- synthetic fluorohlogopite, dimethicone, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- tin dioxide, caprylic / capric triglyceride, isopropyl myristate, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- iron oxide, +/- iron oxide, +/- Kaolin clay, +/- magnesium stearate, +/- iron oxide, +/- calcium sodium borosilicate, +/- iron ferrocyanide, +/- bismuth oxychloride, +/- red 40, +/- blue 1, +/- aluminum oxide, +/- ultramarine , Caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, hexylene glycol.

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