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EO4 - thick and goopy, needs just a little

I love this cream eyeshadow from Dalish. It's cream and then it turns into powder after application. It's also pretty easy to blend with the fingers for the smokey eye look, and the best part about this is that I got this on sale! I am pretty satisfied with the product that I have.

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EO4 - not really black black

was a little disappointed as the color is more to blue rather than black. however it is still good enough that i got it in a sale. it is very wet at first but dries out budgeproof in a metallic finish.

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EO4 - Inky eyeshadow base or eyeliner

This cream eyeshadow is good as a base for other powder eyeshadows and helps build up intensity. I sometimes use it as a smudgy eyeliner that a apply and use a small eyeshadow brush to blend along the lashline. In my experience it is not great on its own as an eyeshadow as it does not blend as nicely as some of the other colours in this range. It needs another colour to transition it/blend into the crease. I prefer to use this to intensity the lashline or darken up other cream eyeshadows. Lasting power is decent for a natural product. Don't expect it to replace your gel eyeliners though in terms of lasting power.

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EO3 - Deep espresso liquid eyeshadow

Nice natural alternative to eyeshadow. I bought this in both the dark brown and green/gold colour and like them equally. There is no shimmer in this and its a dark colour, but sheers out on the lid. Its easy to use, but not as easy to blend out as the metallic/shimmery colours in this range. If I want a more opaque wash of colour I apply a thin second layer once the first layer is dry. This liquid/cream hybrid dries quite quickly. I dot this near my lashline and blend with my finger for gentle definition. Sometimes I use this to darken up the corners of my eyes after I already applied the green/gold colour for a smokier look. The lasting power is pretty good for a natural product, but without primer I get mild creasing half way through the day. Its easy enough to fix with gently patting and then I'm good to go for the rest of the day. 

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Sephora works best with portrait mode.