The brush comes apart and reveals a flat angled shape- perfect to line or blend larger areas of color.
The Illusion D'Ombres have a mousse texture that gives- spongy and springy.
Epatant is an antique silver color. It is highly reflective, but can be sheered out for a subtle sparkle.
Cafe Makeup compared it to Lancome Erika F. shadow, and it is very similar. Erika F. has less bling and is a bit deeper. I also compared it to MAC Silverthorn to show that Epatant is not a cool toned gray. It is more a a silvered khaki.
A commenter asked how it compares to Benefit Skinny Jeans- totally forgot about this one! I just have to show you the cute Benefit lid while we are looking at pictures:
You can really see the mousse texture here vs. the Benefit cream:
Skinny Jeans is darker and less reflective than Epatant. I actually think they would work nicely together for a soft smoky look.
So far I can not comment on wear time. I was able to rub the swatch off of my arm easily, but Epatant has been going strong on my eyes for a couple hours over primer. I will update my experience when I do a look with this shadow.