High colour intensity eyeshadow by Rimmel. Silk pressed powder formulation.
I love the shade! Ive been looking for a similar green for a while, i've been picky. Its shimmery and its a darker forest green. Now I have a big container of it and not just on a palette. I'm excited :)
I love using this shade on the outer corner of my eyes because it's very blendable and it's not too dark for daytime wear. If you don't have pale skin like me, you could probably wear this all over the lid and it would look lovely! I tried it on a tan friend and it looked very sophisticated and glamorous.
The colors that I have: Royal Linen (sheer, pale, nude color - slight sheen but almost matte, and comes off as a white), Backstage (light brown/taupe color with a pearly finish), Spicy Bronze (medium brown with a gold sheen), Plum Romance (medium matte plum color). My overall opinion is that some of them are decent eye shadows. BUT after purchasing these four I don't think I will buy any ever again. While the colors aren't really original, they are of higher quality than most drugstore eye shadows that I have used. Royal Linen isn't really impressive - it is just very sheer and comes off as a white on the skin, as opposed to a more nude or skin toned color like it looks in the pan. Backstage is beautiful and extremely soft and blendable. Spicy Bronze is incredibly pigmented, easy to blend, and a nice color. Plum Romance is useless. Out of the colors I own, the really pearly ones are great - the softness of the shadows reminds me of certain Stila shadows - really good quality. But if you used just these shades you end up with too much shimmer and not enough definition between the colors. The matte one is just horrible. The color pay off if not good, and trying to blend it on my eyes and keep a nice, deep color is impossible. I am assuming that the other matte colors in the Glam Eyes line are the same. The two that I would recommend are Backstage and Spicy Bronze. I did a comparison with the Naked Palette - Backstage looks most similar to UD Sidecar, but Sidecar is a tiny bit more brown and has the larger glittery pieces. Spicy Bronze looks similar to Smog, but Smog is more truly brown, with gold undertones and doesn't have the bronzy red tone to it.
I'm actually wearing this shade of shadow in my profile picture! it goes on so beautifully and i love it so so much! love this color on my eyes as well. the white really brings out the whites of your eyes. i would def reccomend this color for anyone who likes light shades of makeup or with a light skin tone!
I like this shadow. Applies well, wears well. I just wish it came in more colors. I does come in 11 shades but most are natural. They do have purple green and blue but still left wanting more.
I have Glam Ice and Cel Sapphire and LOVE both colors. I use the Glam Ice the most and it's a nice WHITE color that appears white on the skin unlike some whites that just don't look white. The only drawback to the eyeshadow is that there is a bit of fall out which is the only bad thing about it.