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My Fyrinnae eyeshadows are some of the best I`ve ever owned, but I have a bad habit of squirreling them away and rarely using them because they are "too pretty" to use. Today, I thought, what the heck, I will actually use them! They are meant to be used and enjoyed, after all.
Here`s what I used for this look:
<ul><strong><li>Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy</strong></li>
<strong><li>Fyrinnae e/s in Gilded Wings</strong> (gold shade) applied on inner 2/3 of eyelid</li>
<strong><li>Fyrinnae e/s in Dark Fantasy</strong> (dark green shade) applied to outer V of eyelid and blended into crease</li>
<strong><li>Stila e/s in Sand</strong> (light beige shade) applied to browbone</li>
<strong><li>Sephora Long-Lasting Eyeliner in Brown</strong></li>
<strong><li>Sephora Nano Eye Pencil in Pure White</strong> applied to waterline</li>
<strong><li>Benefit High Beam</strong> applied to undereye area, inner corner of eyes, and browbone</li>
<strong><li>Cover Girl Natureluxe Mousse Mascara in Very Black</strong></li>
<strong><li>Sephora Brow Tint in Medium</strong></li></ul>
Because there`s so much shimmer in these shadows, it`s best to pat them on rather than apply them in sweeping strokes. I over-blended dark fantasy a bit and some of the green glitter separated from the black base. Bummer! I still think the end result is rather pretty, though. I`ve added photos of the actual eyeshadows I`ve used for this look, as well, so you all can see how pretty they look in the jar! You might be able to tell why it`s so difficult for me to actually *use* these shadows sometimes, lol. ^^
I`m clearly going to have to work on my patting/dabbing eyeshadow application techniques, but I still like how this look came out. :)
<strong>Have you ever heard of Fyrinnae? What`s your favourite beauty company/brand for eyeshadows?</strong>
***Photos are my own; please do not take.