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All too often, eye shadow starts misbehaving halfway through the day (think: fading and creasing). Tackle this beauty buzzkill with MAKE’s long-lasting and intensely pigmented cream shadows. The heavy-duty formula stays put for hours. It’s perfect for adding subtle color to your lids and can be built up to create a more dramatic look.
They are correct in saying this cream shadow doesn't move. It doesn't.....and it doesn't crease. It is highly pigmented with a very subtle sheen. I love it alone all over lid, lightly applied, brings out all the yellow and green flecks in your eyes (I purchased the mud color). This is a bronzed face, nude lip look with this shadow. Wore it to an outdoor party, weather was very humid and this product held up wonderfully. Very pretty color. Happy with the effects this product delivers.5
This cream shadow is a miracle product. I have really oily eyelids and rarely use eyeshadow because I find that it never sticks without creasing. This is the perfect product to wear as a gel liner or even for a really subtle smokey eye! I absolutely love this. I am planning on buying more colors ASAP!5
This stuff goes a long way!! I love the super soft and smooth texture! This formula lasts all day, I will want to try other colors!5
MAKE is one of my favorite cosmetic companies, hands down. This was my first purchase on a huge points splurge... and whoa, it's one of my favorite things. Worn alone it's got this weird wet look that screams editorial, but I typically wear it as a base for other dark shadows. Occasionally I'll pat a color pigment over it, giving a weird duochrome look to it all.5
I was surprised at how intense and pigmented this shadow came out. My experience with cream shadows have been that once I apply them it turns out very sheer and if I want the color to come through I have to apply many times and it doesn't always end up looking good.
That is NOT the case with Molten Shadow, a little goes a long way. I bought the bronze color. I am also happy with how blendable it was with a brush.