I love to pair this eyeshadow with golds and peaches, with the peach or gold on the lid and this color on the crease and below my rim with a pencil brush. It is a gorgeous dark plum/brown but behaves like a neutral. I adore it. It's a nice texture, though it could be a bit more pigmented. It is more of a pearl finish than a shimmer, which is nice. It really brings out the golds and greens in my eyes and just plays nice with them. It is a very unique color and I don't have anything similar in my collection.
I like this shadow because it looks brown, but is really a very pretty plum color. Its very pigmented, and when its swatched it looks gray and purple, which is adorable. Its pretty expensive, but its Lancome we're talking about. Is it worth it? Yes. Mine came in a palette of four which is $40.00, but the pot is $18.00.
I'm at the outlets, checking out the Designer Fragrance and Cosmetic Company...and ask the SA her thoughts on a beautiful taupe shadow. She couldn't think of any, but, on a whim, showed me Click.
I almost fell over. It was a gorgeous, beautiful cool darkish taupe with a whisper of plum. No red tones to the plum. I swiped it on and my gray eyes looked amazing. (It's hard to make gray eyes look amazing).
Not too dark, not too light. I'm always on the hunt for a taupe shadows and I have never seen this color duped. The SA's "per chance" showing of this shadow has turned into my HG shadow.
I have several of these, in various colors and click is the only one I actually like. I find most of Lancome's e/s to not be pigmented enough and not blend well. This one isn't the best taupe I own, But it is ok.
Click is an alright color...kind of too light to use as a crease color, so I usually smudge it along my lashes for a brown smokey eye. Other than that, it's really nothing special. Glad I got it in a GWP...don't think I'll be repurchasing.
I haven't quite figured out how to use this color without making me look like I got punched on the eyes, but I found that this product is fantastic on my eyebrows!
I have extremely cool and skin and my very black eyebrows sometimes can "harden" my image. When I want to "soften" my looks a bit, I use these shades to shade my eyebrows a bit lighter then apply a thin layer of petroleum jelly (Vaseline) over it (it stays all day).
I'm also thinking of trying this color as eyeliner (I think it might workout better for me that way). I will update this review after I try it as an eyeliner.
I have been very pleased with the Color Design shadows, and Click was no exception. I find it is a very versatile, dark-brown shade that works as an outer V, used wet as a liner, or even to fill in my brows. It's smooth-textured, highly pigmented, blendable and long-lasting. I'm very pleased and don't want to be without this.
This has been my go-to for about 3 years now. It's neutral and works with my light olive complexion for everyday wear. Depending on the lighting, skintone and your perception of color, it's some mix of plum, metallic charcoal and brown.
This is a GREAT plum/brown shadow that works for day or night. I've used it over the years mostly for night. Smooth application and awesome staying power! Great department store splurge!
This is a nice darkish taupe. It all depends on your skin tones and your undertones as to how light or dark this eyeshadow will be on you (as with all colors).
On me NC35/37 I have to really layer this ES on to even get a hit of definition. I use it to contour my crease area when I wear nude eye colors. On my skin tone this is a lovely nudish taupe. Hope this helps someone with the same skintone.