One of the newer products you would have seen in Canadian pharmacies is the Revlon Colorstay 16 Hour Eyeshadow quad.
Revlon sez: "Silky smooth, blendable powder shadow that won’t crease fade or smudge.Wears up to 16 hours. Color coordinated quads provide expert mix and match ability for your most gorgeous eyes ever. Available in 16 beautiful quads. Ophthalmologist tested. Non-irritating."
Swatches of Revlon Colorstay 16 Hour Eyeshadow in 505 Decadent palette:
Nunu sez: I received the Revlon Colorstay 16 Hour Eyeshadow quad in Decadent a few months back at the London Drugs Revlon Almay beauty event. Decadent consists of warm neutrals - a pink highlighter, a warm golden sand, a peachy pink and rusty maroon.
I held back on reviewing this palette because warm neutrals does not my deathly pallor suit. I had swatched the Inspired palette (blues and greens) back at the beauty event and was severely disappointed with its chalky texture and lack of pigmentation.
Unfortunately the Decadent palette fell victim to the same problems as the Inspired palette. The swatches above might look acceptable but they are from multiples swipes as I tried desperately to build up the colour enough to be visible for a photo.
Pigmentation is dismal and texture was chalky. The highlighter shade was ULTRA frosty with visible fallout.
I have no idea whether or not it would last 16 hours as advertised as I didn't even bother to go beyond swatching.
Each palette goes for $8-13.
Do not recommend. Go directly to Jail, do not pass Go, do not collect $200.