I'm still playing with this product; I've had it for a few weeks, and I've worn it on a hot humid day. I am very surprised with how well it stood on my naturally oily eyelids. I've had other cream eyeshadows that build up in the crease or slowly disappears, and water can easily remove it. But these eyeshadows stood on my lid like glue... but I don't know how I feel about that because it's tricky for me to remove it with gentle soap, as my eyes are sensitive. I worry if there are hidden ingredients that are glue LOL because that's how well it stood on my lids. I started cream eyeshadow because I'm paranoid of drying out my eyelids from powder shadows that will lead to premature aging and wrinkles... but I don't know how well I'm preventing this, if I'm practically scrubbing my eyelids to get this off. Most of the shades stay put throughout the day, but eventually they can collect in the crease, which I'm not mad about because these are creams afterall. My eyelids are oily anyway, and I've been wearing them in this damn heat wave. Some shades are beautifully pigmented, like Cocoa? (the dark brown), but the grey shade seems a bit sheer. I felt that Misty? (I think that's the name) is way to bright, I was not expecting that. I thought it would be more cool-tone dusty pink, but it was like chalky baby pink. But I'm happy with my eyeshadow choices regardless because I can easily blend them together to create the perfect shade. I do love that it's magnetic and can easily enter their eyeshadow case, which I think is made of wood! I've used both my finger and a silicone eyebrush; both work. I will continue to use it but I do hope I can find a better way to remove them.