I don't have a lot of experience with baked eyeshadows, but I know they apply sheer when used dry, and more intensely when used wet. It even says so on the back of this shadow.
Like most marbelized/baked powder products, this looks very pretty in the pan. It also comes with a curved applicator with a brush on one end and a sponge-tip applicator on the other end.
Must Have Fuchsia is a bright pink with a little light purple shimmer.
|from left: swatched dry, swatched wet (daylight bulb)|
|from left: swatched dry, swatched wet (flash)|
This gives a soft wash of color when used dry. It is definitely sheer. When used wet, it applies patchy and it's hard to build up the color. I also see creasing and fading at about the 4 hour mark even with a primer.
Milani is one of my favorite drugstore brands, but this was a miss for me. I can't get it to apply nicely when wet, and it's too sheer for my liking when I use it dry. It does look pretty when used as a transition color (going from a dark color to a light color), but I admit, I hardly ever use this.
The Milani Baked Marbelized Eyeshadow comes in 9 shades and retails for around $7 USD.