I wouldn't consider any of Estée Lauder's products particularly natural. This is a cream based shadow with a glitter powder. If you don't use the glitter it creases a bit more than with it, but it really depends on how oily your lids tend to get. The nice thing with creams (without the glitter) is that if they crease you can blend then out with your finger!
Rebecca M. asked, “Is this product natural? And also does it crease like a lot of cream of matte eyeshadows do? #EsteeEditContest”
I have combination skin with a really oily t zone & I use this everyday! I love it! It doesn't fix the oiliness but it doesn't make it worse. I'd recommend the UFO oil and the Martian toner from Sunday Riley to treat oily skin.
Fine Lines & Wrinkles, Redness, Uneven Skin Tone
Dark Circles, Fine Lines, Dry Eyes
Richelle R. asked, “Does this work ok with oily skin? I am somewhat getting it under control, but I think a good moisturizer will help do the trick. I love the Luna Oil and Good Genes, so I wanted to try a few more of the Sunday Riley products. ”
They're different than other shadows, sort of a powder-cream hybrid. Great color payoff, even better if applied on top of a base. There is a learning curve to them though because they don't blend the same as regular powder shadows. I mostly use my finger to apply these, but I occasionally use a flat shadow brush. I love them, but it took some getting used to when I first tried them.
Sara Z. asked, “What is the formula like? Is it easy to blend? How is the pigmentation?”