Iconic London has released a new addition to their gorgeous and trending range, Chrome Flash Eye Pots. I think it’s pretty safe to say that when it comes to blinding and out-of-this m-world shines, Iconic London knows how to do it best! I had a feeling that I would get on well with these!
So Chrome Flash Eye Pots are foiled cream to powder eyeshadows. I have been trying them out for a few weeks and am excited to share my thoughts with you!
Each Chrome Flash (4.5ml/£18.50) is housed in a small weighted glass jar which feels luxurious. Each pot comes sealed for protection.
Iconic London Chrome Flashes have such interesting texture. It’s bouncy, jelly and mousey. What excites me the most is the pigmentation. Let me tell you they are super pigmented! A little product would provide full coverage, glamorous pop of metallic.
I find them very easy to use, almost fool-proof. For maximum intensity, my finger tips are the best application tools. To achieve a softer finish, I’d use a synthetic brush. There’s absolutely no fallout with these Chrome Flashes. They blend out effortlessly, dry relatively fast but fear not you still have enough time to blend (not that it requires much blending). Once applied, the product stays PUT on my oily lids.
You can use each Chrome Flash on its own, layer them or over other powder eyeshadows.
There are 5 shades in the range:
- Cosmic : a beautiful warm gold
- Lunar : shining silver with a hint of khaki
- Mystic: pinky purple, perfect for Fall
- Eclipse : purple
- Spellbound : light pink
My favourite shades are Cosmic and Mystic.
If you have oily lids, you would absolutely love these Chrome Flashes. They are the longest wearing cream eyeshadows I have ever tried. They feel comfortable on and stay true to colour all day yet easy to remove.
Overall, such an innovative and amazing launch from Iconic London. If you’re on a hunt for that intense foiled eyelook, these are definitely worth checking out.
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Pr samples. As always, opinions are my own and unbiased.