The Estee Edit Fluid Metal EyeShadow
4.35 / 5 based on 72 Reviews
A high-shine liquid eye shadow with a glossy metallic finish for instant-impact eyes. What does: This liquid eyeshadow is packed with pearls for a high-shine, glossy metallic finish even when dry. The flexible slanted paddle applicator is designed to deposit the perfect amount of shadow with precision. The creamy formula is buildable and smudgeable when wet, but dries to set into a long-wearing, fade-proof shadow. Apply directly to lids and let dry for full coverage color, or blend while wet for a wash of translucent color. Apply with a liner brush as an eyeliner. Beauty Tip: Up the ante on your Fluid Metal by using The Estee Edit Edgiest Kohl Shadowstick (sold separately) as a primer. Try these curated color combinations: - Party of 1 or Got It Bad with Kohl in Guilt (pearlized champagne)- Sparked with Kohl in Spiced (pearlized garnet)- Not Sorry with Kohl in Royal Scandal (matte royal blue)- So Extra with Kohl in Jaded (pearlized olive gold)- Don't Be Afraid with Kohl in Violet Taboo (pearlized purple)see more...
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The Estee Edit Fluid Metal EyeShadow
Review for: So Extra more...
I wanted to give this product 5 stars but I’m always honest when it comes to products. I loved these colors & shades for this line but I HATE how they stain your lid so fast. I blend these lightly & as quick as I can but they still stain!! WHY 😭 I don’t know but if they didn’t stain or blend so harsh then it would be perfect. I feel they do blend better & the stain is way less noticeable if you use browns, dark browns & black transition shades first, like I did in this picture, but if you try to do a light look with just this shadow it will not look that good. I recommend this with a dark Smokey eye but not by itself.
The colors are versatile for every skin tone. Extremely pigmented so one needs to be careful when putting it on because just one swipe will be more than enough. Only down side for me that I find it hard to blend, but the end result after the difficulty is amazing! I use it nearly everyday and have already purchased my second. Definitely worth it!
I bought the shade So Extra which is an oil slick peacock shade. It is very opaque and gives you enough time to blend out the shadow. Love the sleek metal packaging and the applicator makes it easy to apply.
These have great color payoff. swipe on and either blend with your finger or brush. Can be used on top of other eyeshadows. But there are several similar products exactly like this at the drug store. Save your money and get the drugstore version.
I like this product a lot but it does require a bit of work to get it looking how you want. Now, this is not as similar to the Stila magnificent metals as you may first assume. These are more metallic in finish. I think it's because of this finish that you need to build them up more. That said, the end result is gorgeous!
The estee edit fluid metal eyeshadow is great the corner of your eyes and your island it's easy to apply easy to blend and looks absolutely stunning when you put it on I would highly recommend this to people looking for a great liquid metal eyeshadow
These are gorgeous!!! They are so pigmented and have amazing colors. However if I bought their holiday pallet and wanted these I would be disappointed because the colors are almost identical just in liquid shadow form. I also like to take the lightest one apply a small amount on my hand or forearm and mix with bum bum cream (any cream I just adore the scent of that one) and rub it up and down my arm and it gives the most beautiful glitter body affect
Review for: Got It Bad more...
I was so scared buying this because of the mix reviews. I actually quite like it it's very sparkly and glittery. I've been wanting something on my lid for a night look to show off my eyes and it's really cool! I recommend applying it with your finger tip on top of an eye shadow!
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do they have other colors?
Will this lift up eyeshadow thats already on your eye? like will it make it blotchy?
Is it bright?
Does this smuge? Do i still need to use primer with this.
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