NYX • haywire matte • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Silver, Wavy Eyes: Brown
Great for the price. Was looking for a non shimmer, neutral color. The only problem is that it creases and disappears on my oily eyelids. Stays a little longer with primer.
For the price I think these are very good buys.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
UPDATE: I love pairing this with MAC all that glitters all over lid-MAC wedge in the crease and Haywire in the corner smoked out.
I have a ton of shimmers from having both Naked palettes and i was looking for some matte colors. Found this one for super cheap and i loooove it. I have started to pair it with MAC satin taupe and MAC naked lunch.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Grey
I think this is a gorgeous color. I LOVE taupes! Pretty much any color taupe... This one is a greyish/purplish/brown color. I think it's really nice. I have to say that I much prefer this formulation to any other NYX shadow I've tried. Definitely interested in trying more.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Very Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
This is not the best product nor the worst out there. I am not a high end person; there are great products at every price range I believe. I got this during a 40% off sale recently so it was pretty much a steal. The texture is fairly smooth and adheres well. I am not really a primer sort of person; a layer of foundation on the eyelids is fine by me. Now the color of this is really unusual. You can lift the plastic cover on the display to access the tester pots. I played around with this on the back of my hand trying to figure out what color it was: gray? purple? brown? taupe? it is a deep combination of all these colors. I'd call it neutral to cool, not warm as there is no red or orange or yellow to the color. I find it very nice with my brown eyes. I have not tried it wet as an eye liner but I think it is dark and intense enough for this, or for a smokey eye if you are in to that look. The supply for the nude matte shades was almost gone and only a few shades were available. I wouldn't call this a true matte: there is the smallest hint of shine but nothing too noticeable. On the down side, looking at the testers for this assortment, there were real gaps in what I would consider a comprehensive grouping of matte looks for the "nude" palette. The browns tended toward warm shades (with a touch of orange/yellow) and I sadly saw that most of the shades would not work for me. Ochre??? (A yellowish brown) I don't think so. I think this is a flaw of NYX--there are dozens of eyeshadow shades, but the lack of a range of matte purples, for example, is frustrating. And one must really hunt out the truly matte shades for a classic eye look. Great line if you are into bright red or yellow eyeshadow, but for the less adventurous, I am still looking for a good brand.