Ciate Marbled Metals Metallic-Glitter Shadows Review & Swatches
By Ree

Ciate Marbled Metals Shadows Review & Swatches

20 May 2019

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* [PR samples. Affiliate links] As soon as I saw the Ciate Marbled Metals glitter pot eyeshadows, I couldn’t wait to get into them. They are incredible! I have swatches of all the shades right here for you.

Ciate Marbled Metals
Ciate Marbled Metals

It was pretty much instant obsession with these new eyeshadow pots from Ciate. I have said it before, and I’ll say it again – Ciate is such an unsung hero when it comes to makeup, but their products are so good. I love their blushes and highlights, and their recent Extraordinary Foundation launch is really impressive.

Ciate Marbled Metals Metallic-Glitter Shadows
Ciate Marbled Metals Metallic-Glitter Shadows

If you like high impact eye makeup that doesn’t require a tonne of skill, then you need to check these out.

What are Ciate Marbled Metals?

  • Metallic glitter eyeshadows
  • Multi-reflective finish
  • Combine high-metallic pigment with fine glitters
  • Delivers long-lasting 3D shine
  • Velvety texture
  • One swipe intense payoff
  • Best applied with fingertips
  • Available in five intense shades
  • Launching 24th May 2019 – sign up for Ciate launch update emails

All Shade Swatches

So I have all five shades here to show you and they are so impressive! The colour pay off is really incredible and the soft velvety texture is quite a lovely surprise. The formula is super creamy and dense and it melts onto the fingertips.

  • Twisted – vibrant emerald
  • Wicked – amethyst
  • Phoenix – deep garnet
  • Gilded – copper
  • Entwine – rose gold
Ciate Marbled Metals Swatches
Ciate Marbled Metals Swatches

My Review

So I basically love these! I went straight for the copper shade ‘Gilded’ and swiped it on to my lids. I blended it out at the edges with a fluffy brush just to get a nice fade and that was pretty much all it needed.

One finger dip is pretty much all you need for each eye for a bold application; one light dip between both eyes for a sheerer wash of colour I’d say.

Ciate Gilded
Ciate Gilded

So far, I have had Gilded on my lids for about four hours and it hasn’t creased or lost colour intensity, so I am pretty impressed with that. I didn’t prep my lids or use a primer. I love the shade so much!

Ciate Marbled Metals Metallic-Glitter Shadows

I also think I’ll get a lot of wear out of ‘Entwine’ which is the pale gold shade.

I also love the green shade, Twisted, although I’d have to pluck up a bit more courage to wear that. It is stunning, but super bold and I can be a bit of a wimp when it comes to non-neutrals and the eyes.

When & Where are Ciate Marbled Metals Available?

The gorgeous new shadows launch on 24th May 2019 and will be available online at ASOS for £22. Sign up for Ciate launch update emails.

Please let me know if you have any questions, and stay tuned to the homepage and Instagram for news on all the latest launches and products. The Facebook page is here and make sure you also find me on YouTube.



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