The Aurorae Flares collection consists of 6 multichromes with a black base (a seventh was added on Black Friday that I preordered for January). While Devinah carries a variety of multichrome formulas, these have the strongest shift and most foiled/metallic reflect and are less glittery/shimmery than their other formulas.
These feel incredibly smooth and creamy and glide on effortlessly, though I always recommend using a glitter glue for best results, particularly for multichromes with a black base. The more you blend multichromes with a black base, the more the color disappears. These work well with a brush, but I prefer to apply mostly with a finger and just use a brush to perfect.
The Devinah Aurorae Flares retail for $13 each, which is an incredible price for multichromes of this quality. These sell out quickly, but keep an eye out on Devinah’s Instagram, where they regularly announce restock dates and times. I recommend getting on the site a few minutes before launch time and refresh the New Arrivals page to ensure you get what you want. When they do restocks, the product is usually already made and ships out within a couple days — I often receive my Devinah orders faster than Sephora and other mainstream brands.