I’m in love with color-shifting, liquid pigments. One reason is, you get a more dynamic pop of metallic color with liquid pigments. And, you wouldn’t get the same dynamic pop with a duochrome, or trio-chrome pressed powder eyeshadow. For example, I purchased the Natasha Denona Trio-chrome Eyeshadow Palette, and the three trio-chrome shades in the palette don’t come close to the pop you get with her Chromium Liquid Eyeshadows. Next, I wanted to try another multichrome liquid pigment. The Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment shades looked gorgeous on line.
Furthermore, the high impact liquid pigments, show an ethereal shift. Als, the shift is between two complementary shades. As a result, the two colors, together, create the perfect multidimensional look. And, it is easy to create that gorgeous metallic pop with one swipe of the applicator. Another reason I wanted to try Twin Flames is the brand says you can wear this product on your eyes, and on your face.
Also, the Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment reminds me of the Natasha Denona Chromium Multichrome Liquid Eyeshadows. Although, The ND Multichrome Liquid Pigments formula is slightly different. For one thing, the Chromium Liquid Eyeshadows have a jelly-like, hydrating texture. Above all, the Denesa Myricks Twin Flames formula is different in as much as the Natasha Denona formula has a trio-chrome color-shift. On the other hand, Twin Flames formula is two complimentary colors, instead of three, that create a multidimensional look . In fact, both brands create similar looks.
You can find the Denesa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment on the Beautylish Website, And, Twin Flames (0.085/2.5mL) costs $26.
The Packaging For The Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment
First, the outer box is beautiful. Primarily, it is a shiny black , with silver writing. However, part of the box is silver. Even more, the silver, including the silver writing, are holographic in different light. In other words, even the outer-box color-shifts! Then, the tube looks like a piece of art. For one thing, it is a clear, acrylic tube. In addition, the shape of the tube is prismatic. As a result, you can see through to the complimentary shades in the tube. Also, those complimentary shades shift, and shimmer, depending on the way the light hits the tube.
Next, the lid unscrews, and becomes the handle for the doe-footed applicator. And, the doe-foot is a flat foot, which makes the liquid shadow easy to apply. Even more, the wand is much longer than the Natasha Denona’s short, stubby wand. In my opinion, the longer wand is much easier to apply the liquid shadow than the short stubby wand.
The Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment Formula
To begin with, the formula is unique. The reason is, the formula, a liquid, smoothly transitions between two complementary colors. And these two shades shift with movement. Also, the formula has rich pigments, and is opaque. Even more, the formula is easy to build. Therefore, the pigments go from bold and vibrant, to holographic. On one hand, I found that the shades that are darker have a thicker, moussey texture. On the other hand, the lighter shades seemed to have a thinner texture.
Once you apply Twin Flames, the formula dries down quickly. Above all, once dry, the formula doesn’t budge. In fact, it lasts until you take it off. Above all, the formula is crease proof, and smudge-proof. I noticed when the formula totally dried down, there was some patchiness on my eyelids. Also, I noticed that when applied, the finish was shiny and vibrant. However, as they dried down, they lost the shine. And, the shades appeared darker, and drab. Although, the Natasha Denona formula dried down, and still had more sparkle to it.
Finally, the formula is vegan, and gluten-free.
The Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment Shades
Twin Flames comes in 10 shades. Although, I purchased 6 shades. And, the shades I purchased are Amour, Crazy 4 U, Forever, Lover, Soulmate, and True Luv.
First, Amour, a soft lavender and periwinkle duo, has a duochrome finish. One, I feel that the color has an iridescent feel. Also, I think this shade would look great on the inner corners of the eyes. Also, I like it all over the eyelids. Although, I love Amour lightly applied to the upper cheekbone.
Crazy 4 U
Next, Crazy 4 U, a pearl green and gold duo, has a duochrome finish. My first thought is this is a gorgeous, sparkling, summer shade. I love that the pearl green is neon. The two shades look amazing on the eyelids. Or, have fun and line your lower lash lines with this shade. And, wear it above the crease in a thin line.
Third, Forever, a copper and gold duo, has a duochrome finish. Wow, first, the copper shade is bright, with an orange-pink vibe, that shifts to a blinding yellow gold. Again, this combination is awesome. I would like it worn on the eyelids, so you can see the way it shifts. Have some fun and line your eyes with it.
Fourth, Lover, a copper and red duo, has a duochrome finish. First, Lover is more a brown copper and the shift looks more pink than red. I would wear this shade as a liner, and definer. So, wear it on the lower lash lines, and in the outer corners of the eyes.
Fifth, Soulmate, opal green and bronze duo, has a duochrome finish. Ok., I see a beautiful pastel green shade that shifts to a periwinkle blue. I’m no seeing the bronze! However, the shade is so beautiful, I would wear it to line my eyes, in the crease, or all over the eyelid. More, the shade screams spring to me.
Last, True Luv, blue and plum duo, has a duochrome finish. First, the blue is a dark teal blue, and the plum is a pink-plum shade. One, I love this shade as a liner. And, the color-shift is so beautiful, I would wear this on my eyelids. In this way, you can see the shift in action.
My Final Thoughts On The Danessa Myricks Twin Flames Multichrome Pigment…..
First, there are lots of ways to wear Danessa Myricks Twin Flames. One way to wear this is over an eyeshadow. And, the eyeshadow can be either a cream or a powder. Another way to wear the Twin Flames is on your cheek bones. Although, after you apply it with a wand, make sure to use your finger, and smudge it out. For me, I love the color shifts so much, I would wear them all on my eyelids, so you can actually see the shifts. But, it is kind of cool to see an eyeliner shift colors, don’t you think?
Please leave your comments in the comment box below. I love hearing what you have to say. Do you love duochrome shifts, and trio-chrome shifts as much as I do?