Danessa Myricks Beauty is a brand which has soared in popularity thanks to TikTok, and the Danessa Myricks Beauty Colorfix 24 Hour Cream Colours are used to create beautiful makeup looks, so I knew I had to give some shades a try.
“A supremely versatile hybrid cream color and extreme long wearing paint that can be safely used on lips, eyes or face.
Formulated for remarkable longevity and endurance. Smudge proof, waterproof, rapid drying and sustainable in high temperatures.“
The Danessa Myricks Beauty Colorfix 24 Hour Cream Colour is part of the Foils collection, but there’s many different finishes to choose from including Neon, Glaze, Foils, Metallic, Matte and Nudes.
They’re £18 / $18 each, and are packaged within clear plastic tubes and contain 10ml / 0.34 fl oz of product. Each of the tubes have a super slim nozzle, and you have to squeeze the tube super hard to dispense the cream.
It’s actually difficult to squeeze the product out, so I don’t know if it’s because the product is just very thick and dense within the tube, or the product is drying out.
There are some negative reviews of these tubes on Beautylish, which I hadn’t seen prior to ordering the shades I have.
They mention that the product becomes dried out and unusable within six months, so it’ll be interesting to see what happens to the formula over the coming months, if it’s already difficult to use.
This is the Danessa Myricks Beauty Colorfix 24 Hour Cream Colour in the shade Celebration, which is said to be a deep champagne with a metallic finish. I don’t see any champagne whatsoever.
It’s a deep chocolate brown with brown shimmer, and it’s extremely pigmented, with these swatches being a pin-head sized amount of product, and look how far it goes. So this tube is going to last for a very long time (if it doesn’t dry out).
In the tube, the Danessa Myricks Beauty Colorfix 24 Hour Cream Colour in Celebration is more of a cool toned brown, but once blended, it warms up considerably. I kinda wish it was the shade it is in the tube, as that’s what I wanted when I bought it, but it’s still pretty.
I’ve tried so many cream eyeshadows, but I’ve never tried one as long lasting as this. It does not budge whatsoever, and even at the end of the day, with an oil-based eye makeup remover, it’s difficult to remove.
However, that’s a positive too, as you don’t have to worry about creasing or transferring, especially if you have oily lids. I like that it’s the kind of eyeshadow you can apply in seconds, and not have to worry about it all day, and I will come back to this post in the coming months and let you know if the tubes do dry out within only a couple of months.
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