Heavily advertised in Vogue is Maybelline's Color Tattoo, a supposedly 24-hour Eyeshadow.
It sounds positively ideal for Shabbos and Yontif, but most of the shades overdosed on the glitter. I don't do glitter. It's hard to find matte cosmetics in the drugstore.
However, with a little online scouring, I discovered that a universally flattering shade, Tough as Taupe, has a matte finish. It's a cream shadow, but some put on primer beneath anyway since on some skin types it creases.
Reviewers have noted that it sets very quickly, so blend swiftly after applying. If using fingers, use the ring finger and try not to tug the skin too much.
Many of the tutorials use Tough as Taupe as a base, adding other eyeshadows on top.
And as an aside, I knew there's a reason why I love Rabbi Boteach.