Lethal Cosmetics Deadlock, Entropy, Gateway Glitch Liquid Eyeshadows Reviews & Swatches

by Jeremy


Lethal Cosmetics Deadlock Glitch Liquid Eyeshadow ($21.00 for 0.24 oz.) seemed to have a transparent base with shimmer and delicate sparkle that had a multichromatic shift between lavender, gold, greenish-gold, and blue. The finish was sparkling, but the coverage was very sheer, did not build up, and the formula was difficult to work with. I only found it workably layered over eyeliner, where the unevenness and texture were less apparent.

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The consistency was very watery with about 20-30 seconds of playtime, which dried down to a transfer-resistant finish but faded noticeably within five hours of wear. I had the best luck applying this on the back of my hand initially, then picking up the product with a separate brush to apply to the lid; this seemed to minimize some of the wateriness on my top, so it didn’t look as streaky or as patchy as it would have if I applied directly to my lid. I found fingertips pushed around the product and resulted in large bald spots instead of even coverage.

Formula Overview
for details on general performance and characteristics (like the scent).

Formula Overview

$21.00/0.24 oz. – $87.50 Per Ounce

The formula is described as “water-based” and having “exceptional wear time and zero fallout” and can be applied in a “single swipe” on the lid. The brand recommended allowing the formula to dry down before opening eyes “all the way” to avoid creasing. It’s an incredibly wet and watery formula, making it hard to use and have sheerer coverage.

The majority of shades were more like multichromatic top coats rather than full-on eyeshadows–less “one swipe.” They were a challenge to apply evenly, as the watery formula was prone to visibly streaking whether I used the included-applicator (the worst tool), fingertips (only decent if semi-dried down already but always sheered out the product considerably), and brushes (both fluffy and flat synthetic options).

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