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Danessa Myricks Obsession, Angel Heart, Lover Twin Flames Multichromes Reviews & Swatches

Obsession

Danessa Myricks Obsession Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment ($26.00 for 0.085 oz.) is a brighter, slightlyt ranslucent coppery-gold base that shifted from copper to brighter, warmer gold to green-gold to darker green paired with a smooth, metallic finish. The liquid eyeshadow had intense pigmentation that applied evenly to bare skin when applied with a fingertip or a synthetic brush, as the included-applicator had a tendency to over-apply product.

The texture was lightweight, smooth, and had a fair amount of slip, and the latter aspect was why it was better to apply less and build up/add more as necessary. While it took longer to dry down, I was able to smooth the product back into place as it was drying down, so that once it set, it was even and lasted for 10 hours.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$26.00/0.085 oz. – $305.88 Per Ounce

They’re supposed to have “high pigment” in “one swipe” with “no creasing, no fallout, and no streaks” in a liquid form. The brand says to “apply directly with the applicator,” though I greatly disagree with that. I preferred to pick up product with a brush off of the applicator or to swipe the product on the back of my hand, and then pick up product with a brush or fingertips.

The application was very streaky to work with and often over-applied product, and if one applied too much of a shade, it often looked particularly uneven–both in the coverage but also in the physical thickness/texture of the product (it would be more prone to emphasizing lid texture). The lighter shades sometimes were sheerer, while the more black-based shades seemed more intense and were easier to use as a full-on lid color.

In general, the more white-based or translucent-based shades were better as a wash of color or layered over something else. I wouldn’t call them “high pigment” in most instances.

The consistency was fluid, lightweight, and somewhat thin with moderate creaminess. There was enough slip that if one over-applied, it could pull into fine lines as it set, so I always made sure to buff and blend the product a bit (especially along my inner lid area) just before it set. This was particularly noticeable when I tried to use it on my lower lash line, and I had better luck applying and sheering it out with a pencil brush for a more even dry down.

It blended out decently along the edges but I’d likely use a powder eyeshadow to blend and soften the edges (either before/after or both from applying this product). They had a quick dry down and set to a lightly tacky, but fairly transfer-resistant finish. It was was a little clingy, but it did not feel heavy on.

They lasted between nine and 10 hours on me before creasing slightly, but I didn’t have issues with fallout, flakiness, etc. over time.

As a note, I did detect a more noticeable scent to the product, not added fragrance but from the formula itself, though I didn’t notice it during wear.

Browse all of our Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment swatches.

Ingredients

Silicon Dioxide Isododecane, TRIACONTANYL PVP, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer, TRIMETHYLSILOXYSILICATE, Ozokerite, Microcrystalline Wax, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, PEG-30 Dipolyhydroxystearate, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, May Contain (+/-): Iron Oxides/Ci 77491/Ci 77499, Titanium Dioxide/ Ci 77891.

Disclaimer: Ingredient lists are as available by the brand (or retailer)
at the time of publishing. Please always check product packaging, if it exists, for the ingredient list applicable
to the product you’re purchasing, or the brand or retailer’s website for the most up-to-date ingredient list.

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Angel Heart

Danessa Myricks Angel Heart Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment ($26.00 for 0.085 oz.) has a pale white base with fine pearl that shifted from green to peachy gold to pink to cooler pink. It was one of the least shimmery/metallic shades in the range.

It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation with a more fluid, creamy consistency that took a little longer to dry down so it needed to be smoothed back into place as it was setting to avoid settling. Once it set, though, it was very long-wearing; there was very minimal creasing present after 10 hours of wear.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$26.00/0.085 oz. – $305.88 Per Ounce

They’re supposed to have “high pigment” in “one swipe” with “no creasing, no fallout, and no streaks” in a liquid form. The brand says to “apply directly with the applicator,” though I greatly disagree with that. I preferred to pick up product with a brush off of the applicator or to swipe the product on the back of my hand, and then pick up product with a brush or fingertips.

The application was very streaky to work with and often over-applied product, and if one applied too much of a shade, it often looked particularly uneven–both in the coverage but also in the physical thickness/texture of the product (it would be more prone to emphasizing lid texture). The lighter shades sometimes were sheerer, while the more black-based shades seemed more intense and were easier to use as a full-on lid color.

In general, the more white-based or translucent-based shades were better as a wash of color or layered over something else. I wouldn’t call them “high pigment” in most instances.

The consistency was fluid, lightweight, and somewhat thin with moderate creaminess. There was enough slip that if one over-applied, it could pull into fine lines as it set, so I always made sure to buff and blend the product a bit (especially along my inner lid area) just before it set. This was particularly noticeable when I tried to use it on my lower lash line, and I had better luck applying and sheering it out with a pencil brush for a more even dry down.

It blended out decently along the edges but I’d likely use a powder eyeshadow to blend and soften the edges (either before/after or both from applying this product). They had a quick dry down and set to a lightly tacky, but fairly transfer-resistant finish. It was was a little clingy, but it did not feel heavy on.

They lasted between nine and 10 hours on me before creasing slightly, but I didn’t have issues with fallout, flakiness, etc. over time.

As a note, I did detect a more noticeable scent to the product, not added fragrance but from the formula itself, though I didn’t notice it during wear.

Browse all of our Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment swatches.

Ingredients

Silicon Dioxide Isododecane, TRIACONTANYL PVP, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer, TRIMETHYLSILOXYSILICATE, Ozokerite, Microcrystalline Wax, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, PEG-30 Dipolyhydroxystearate, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, May Contain (+/-): Iron Oxides/Ci 77491/Ci 77499, Titanium Dioxide/ Ci 77891.

Disclaimer: Ingredient lists are as available by the brand (or retailer)
at the time of publishing. Please always check product packaging, if it exists, for the ingredient list applicable
to the product you’re purchasing, or the brand or retailer’s website for the most up-to-date ingredient list.

We hope you’ll consider supporting Temptalia by shopping through our links below. Thanks!

Lover

Danessa Myricks Lover Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment ($26.00 for 0.085 oz.) has a blackened base with multichromatic shimmer that shifted from plum to chocolaty bronze to copper to gold paired with a smooth sheen. It was richly pigmented in a single layer, though I felt like using a separate applicator was better to apply as the included-applicator often over-applied product.

The formula was more emollient, so over-application resulted in a less forgiving experience where it ended up being better to remove some than to keep trying to diffuse or spread it out. It applied evenly when I used a fingertip or a brush and dried down with a moderate amount of play time, so I could soften and diffuse the edges without speed-running my blending game. I did have have to buff and smooth out my inner lid area as it settled into the lines as it dried down, but once I did that, it was fine. The product lasted well for 10 hours before creasing slightly.

FURTHER READING: Formula Overview for details on general performance and characteristics (like scent).

Formula Overview

$26.00/0.085 oz. – $305.88 Per Ounce

They’re supposed to have “high pigment” in “one swipe” with “no creasing, no fallout, and no streaks” in a liquid form. The brand says to “apply directly with the applicator,” though I greatly disagree with that. I preferred to pick up product with a brush off of the applicator or to swipe the product on the back of my hand, and then pick up product with a brush or fingertips.

The application was very streaky to work with and often over-applied product, and if one applied too much of a shade, it often looked particularly uneven–both in the coverage but also in the physical thickness/texture of the product (it would be more prone to emphasizing lid texture). The lighter shades sometimes were sheerer, while the more black-based shades seemed more intense and were easier to use as a full-on lid color.

In general, the more white-based or translucent-based shades were better as a wash of color or layered over something else. I wouldn’t call them “high pigment” in most instances.

The consistency was fluid, lightweight, and somewhat thin with moderate creaminess. There was enough slip that if one over-applied, it could pull into fine lines as it set, so I always made sure to buff and blend the product a bit (especially along my inner lid area) just before it set. This was particularly noticeable when I tried to use it on my lower lash line, and I had better luck applying and sheering it out with a pencil brush for a more even dry down.

It blended out decently along the edges but I’d likely use a powder eyeshadow to blend and soften the edges (either before/after or both from applying this product). They had a quick dry down and set to a lightly tacky, but fairly transfer-resistant finish. It was was a little clingy, but it did not feel heavy on.

They lasted between nine and 10 hours on me before creasing slightly, but I didn’t have issues with fallout, flakiness, etc. over time.

As a note, I did detect a more noticeable scent to the product, not added fragrance but from the formula itself, though I didn’t notice it during wear.

Browse all of our Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment swatches.

Ingredients

Silicon Dioxide Isododecane, TRIACONTANYL PVP, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer, TRIMETHYLSILOXYSILICATE, Ozokerite, Microcrystalline Wax, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, PEG-30 Dipolyhydroxystearate, PHENOXYETHANOL, ETHYLHEXYLGLYCERIN, TOCOPHERYL ACETATE, May Contain (+/-): Iron Oxides/Ci 77491/Ci 77499, Titanium Dioxide/ Ci 77891.

Disclaimer: Ingredient lists are as available by the brand (or retailer)
at the time of publishing. Please always check product packaging, if it exists, for the ingredient list applicable
to the product you’re purchasing, or the brand or retailer’s website for the most up-to-date ingredient list.

Lover

PPermanent. $26.00.

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