Clionadh Torch & Blaze Glitter Multichrome Eyeshadows Critiques & Swatches

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Clionadh Torch Glitter Multichrome Eyeshadow ($ 7.50 for 0.05 oz.) Had a darker, reddish-copper colored base paired with alternating luster / shimmer that went from darker red to rusty orange to orange-gold, paired with a sparkling finish. According to the brand, it has a “pigmented copper base with medium-sized glitter particles that shift from red-orange-gold. “I found this description to be accurate without specifically looking for the more extreme ends of the spectrum, although the stronger base in this description meant that it stayed reddish in most angles.

The texture was soft, more loosely pressed in the pan, and a bit drier compared to other multichrome surfaces of the brand, but still had a good amount of binder which helped minimize breakdowns. Applied with a fingertip or a moistened brush, as recommended, the eyeshadow went evenly, smoothly and had almost no dropouts. I was still able to apply it by pressing it into place with a dry, low-precipitation brush. So unless you’re someone who wants to take the extra step and don’t want to use fingertips, dry brushes are perfectly functional. It took a good eight and a half hours before it visibly faded on me.

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

Formula overview

$ 10.00 / 0.05 oz. – – $ 200.00 per ounce

The formula is said to “apply relatively lightly to the lid with a finger tap” but apply over a fixed primer for maximum longevity and intensity “or a” sticky base “for” glitter with larger particles “. The brand goes on to say that this formula can be applied with “your finger or a shader brush sprayed with a setting spray,” then tapped the lid. They also caution against “digging” the brush as their texture is “more delicate”.

The base pigmentation varied from shade to shade, and the brand uses different particle sizes across the range, so some can be finer and more pigmented and others with a more transparent base can be more sparkling. Remember that the basis, which is sheer, does not mean a sheer end product. The actual eyeshadows often appeared to be opaque to opaque for the most part, as they were full of shimmer / sparkle – but it depended on the angle.

They are more like a traditional eye shadow in that the bases are different colors (not black or transparent) with multicolored shifts that vary from more intense to more subtle. I felt that they are “easier” to use than the Jeweled Multichromes, especially if you are someone who uses more than a couple of hues at a time, even though they are less glossy and more sparkly / sparkly.

The texture was more loosely pressed – definitely “tender” as stated by the brand – and worked best by tapping or squeezing the lid with a fingertip or a damp brush. They’ll still work fine with a dry brush, but will definitely use a denser brush and a gentle pushing motion to pick up the product. The texture itself was very soft, almost silky, and finely ground; Clionadh’s idea of ​​”glitter” is more like a fine sparkle.

The big difference from this formula is that the sheer base makes it easier to spread on the lid or browbone for a full wash of paint. However, they can also be squeezed in place without vigorous mixing for intense mixing. Spotlight effect.

While spray or glitter glue setting would help maximize longevity (by minimizing failure over time), there was only slight failure over time when pressed onto the lid with a fingertip and moistened with a moistened one Brush (wet with water) turned out slightly over eight to nine hours. The glitters were finer and stuck better to bare skin, so in my experience the formula didn’t need the most intense solution to minimize breakdowns.

Browse through all of our Clionadh Glitter Multichrome Eyeshadow Swatches.

ingredients

+/- titanium dioxide, +/- mica, +/- synthetic fluorohlogopite, dimethicone, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- tin dioxide, caprylic / capric triglyceride, isopropyl myristate, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- 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.

Disclaimer: Ingredient lists are available from the brand (or distributor) at the time of publication. Please always check the product packaging, if any, on the ingredients list for the product you are purchasing or on the brand or retailer’s website for the most up-to-date list of ingredients.

Clionadh Blaze Glitter Multichrome Eyeshadow ($ 7.50 for 0.05 oz.) Has a more transparent base full of shimmer / sheen that goes from lighter darker orange to lighter orange to very warm gold, coupled with a sparkling finish. According to the brand, it has a “sheer orange base with medium-sized glitter particles that move away from peach-gold-lime”. I couldn’t easily see the “lime” shift – it was hardly there when I looked for it carefully enough.

The texture was more sparkly, so it felt a little drier compared to other multichromes from the brand, but was in line with the glitter formula. When I worked with it dry it gave slight breakdowns, although it was easier and more fail-safe when I used it with a dampened brush or fingertip (these are the recommended methods). It had an opaque color coverage from all shimmer / shift pigments. It was worn for a good eight and a half hours with slight failures over time.

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

  • Natasha Denona Awakening (PiP, $ 29.00) is cooler (85% similar).
  • Pat McGrath Pale Fire (DC, $ 25.00) is less shimmery and cooler (85% similar).
  • Melt Cosmetics Hopeless Romantix (PiP) is less shimmering and cooler (85% similar).
  • Linda Hallberg Cosmetics Moonwake (PiP) is shimmery, darker and cooler (85% similar).
  • NABLA Cosmetics Alchemy 2 (PiP,) is shimmery and cooler (85% similar).
  • Clionadh Vermillion (P, $ 15.00) is brighter and cooler (85% similar).
  • Clionadh Heiress (P, $ 12.50) is darker, warmer (80% similar).
  • Clionadh Burnt Sienna (P, $ 15.00) is darker, warmer (80% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Lifetime (PiP) is shimmery, darker and cooler (80% similar).
  • Urban Decay Golden Hour (LE, $ 19.00) is shimmery and cooler (80% similar).

Formula overview

$ 10.00 / 0.05 oz. – – $ 200.00 per ounce

The formula is said to “apply relatively lightly to the lid with a finger tap” but apply over a fixed primer for maximum longevity and intensity “or a” sticky base “for” glitter with larger particles “. The brand goes on to say that this formula can be applied with “your finger or a shader brush sprayed with a setting spray,” then tapped the lid. They also caution against “digging” the brush as their texture is “more delicate”.

The base pigmentation varied from shade to shade, and the brand uses different particle sizes across the range, so some can be finer and more pigmented and others with a more transparent base can be more sparkling. Remember that the basis, which is sheer, does not mean a sheer end product. The actual eyeshadows often appeared to be opaque to opaque for the most part, as they were full of shimmer / sparkle – but it depended on the angle.

They are more like a traditional eye shadow in that the bases are different colors (not black or transparent) with multicolored shifts that vary from more intense to more subtle. I felt that they are “easier” to use than the Jeweled Multichromes, especially if you are someone who uses more than a couple of hues at a time, even though they are less glossy and more sparkly / sparkly.

The texture was more loosely pressed – definitely “tender” as stated by the brand – and worked best by tapping or squeezing the lid with a fingertip or damp brush. They’ll still work fine with a dry brush, but will definitely use a denser brush and a gentle pushing motion to pick up the product. The texture itself was very soft, almost silky, and finely ground; Clionadh’s idea of ​​”glitter” is more like a fine sparkle.

The big difference from this formula is that the sheer base makes it easier to spread on the lid or browbone for a full wash of paint. However, they can also be squeezed in place without vigorous mixing for intense mixing. Spotlight effect.

While spray or glitter glue setting would help maximize longevity (by minimizing failure over time), there was only slight failure over time when pressed onto the lid with a fingertip and moistened with a moistened one Brush (wet with water) turned out slightly over eight to nine hours. The glitters were finer and stuck better to bare skin, so in my experience the formula didn’t need the most intense solution to minimize breakdowns.

Browse through all of our Clionadh Glitter Multichrome Eyeshadow Swatches.

ingredients

+/- titanium dioxide, +/- mica, +/- synthetic fluorohlogopite, dimethicone, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- tin dioxide, caprylic / capric triglyceride, isopropyl myristate, +/- silicon dioxide, +/- 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.

Disclaimer: Ingredient lists are available from the brand (or distributor) at the time of publication. Please always check the product packaging, if any, on the ingredients list for the product you are purchasing or on the brand or retailer’s website for the most up-to-date list of ingredients.

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