The first picture is without flash, dry is on the top, wet on the bottom.
This grape is such a great eyeshadow. Using it dry, it's very subtle but still shimmery, and can easily be used as a lid or crease color. I haven't tried using it wet to be honest. It's definitely for a bold look that I haven't the gumption to try yet.
GDE is a great company - good customer service, which I unfortunately had to find out about. My eyeshadow jar was stuck shut and I couldn't get it to open, so Vee from GDE sent me another jar, free of charge without having to send back the stuck jar.
Some of their eyeshadows are vegan safe. Full jars are 2 grams of product for $6, a sample jar is about 1 gram of product for $2.50, and a sample packet is about .5 gram of product for $1.25. I think this is a great price point for loose eyeshadow, and will last quite awhile for me. They also have collections, where you can purchase a collection for $24-$40. I definitely have my eye on some of the collections, and each eyeshadow within a collection looks to go well with the others. I'm particularly looking at Pick Your Poison collection and the All Work No Play collection.
I'm excited to see what March's OTM color will be! If you're interested in Glamour Doll Eyes, go check them out. You can sign up to receive an email when the "of the month" opens up, and then you can purchase one month, three months, or six months. Have fun looking around!
*I am freely reviewing this product, and purchased this product with my own money. I am not an affiliate of GDE (yet), and have not been compensated in any way for this review.*