Fyrinnae • Lucky Charmed Loose Powder • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||80%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Brown
In short, Lucky Charmed is stunning. It's a highly pigmented antique gold with a hint of bright green to it. It looks foiled over a base and pairs nicely with a dark green on the outer crease of the eyelid. (I've used Fyrinnae's Dressed to Kill with it - just gorgeous!) This is definitely worth trying out. Best of all, samples their eyeshadows are so affordable and quality that you just can't go wrong.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Coarse Eyes: Hazel
Phenomenal! A vivid gold with greenish undertones! No fall out ( I used the Art Deco eyeshadow base), pigmented colour and good staying power. The result is very intense and looks great with green/hazel eyes! Definitely a winner!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
i purchased this in the mini size and let me tell you. its the best thing i've ever done for my dark brown eyes. i get so many compliments on my eyes when i wear this. i just can't put into words how much i love it. i barely even scratched the surface of my sample before i went and bought a fullsize because i am paranoid about fyrinnae discontinuing it, Heaven forbid. its a gorgeous, glowing molten green color that glides on like liquid. its got a little bit of blue sparkle but nothing over the top or enough to leave those dreaded glitters on your face. perfect shade, love everything about this eyeshadow. thank you fyrinnae.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is a gorgeous greenish gold that makes a great lid color or accent color. It's got wonderful pigmentation and stick around all day with my eye shadow base.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Drop dead gorgeous shade of warm not cool olive green. It makes
my green eyes pop and i often get compliments. This color is a must
try for those of you with hazel/green eyes. I use it as a liner and have
yet to find anything else that even comes close. It shows up as a warm shade of metallic green.
Try it you won't be sorry.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown, Curly, Fine Eyes: Grey
I like it, but somehow it's not a colour I wear a lot. It doesn't fit with me very well. I got it because I was curious, and because I wanted a greenish gold - and it's absolutely that. I just can't really pull-off the greenish gold look. It just seems to clash with what I wear all the time. It's the only reason I would not repurchase. The quality is great, even if the whole mineral e/s thing is really messy. (picture posted)
Age: Unknown Skin: Oily, Olive, Warm Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I have MAC's Old Gold and also Golden Lemon and Golden Olive piggies and Nightlight and I don't even think they're that close. Honestly, the texture/shimmer to this is more like MAC's Rose Gold pigment in the way it is so liquid/metallic looking, but looks like Midas blowtorched a cocktail olive and then melted it. It's an incredibly beautiful color. The swatch on the website doesn't do it justice. I have several of their greens and this one has really impressed me. Great as a crease color and as a liner or under-eye accent. I find it matches the color of my hazel-green eyes perfectly - I just love it. No lasting power problems or application problems, but I applied it DRY as I do most of their eyeshadows and with my favorite creash brush. If you are going for daywear or something you need 6+ hours for, I'd recommend a primer (at least for me, because I'm oily and have oily lids). Still, I wore this going out and it lasted from the late afternoon until after midnight until I was ready to take it off, without primer. Got compliments, so I know this one works for me. A very warm muted liquid gold/green/olive.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Fine Eyes: Green
I can't believe someone would choose mac's old gold over this. This was the first eyeshadow I tried from Fyrinnae and is my fav shadow ever. This looks like a mac pigment but thats about it because it applies smoothly and looks like liquid gold. So much more intense than any mac pigment and there is no fallout at all! None! This color is so fucking unique, a metallic brillant sheen of gold green with blue- green sparkles. Women go crazy over this one, always wanting to know who made this color and bla bla. No company has made a color similar to this, its amazing! Waiting a month for this color was really worth it and I liked waiting anyway knowing new batches were being produced for me and for the next lucky one who ordered this. Yea!
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Skin Type: Normal to dry, tans easily, rarely breaks out. Skintone: LLL (olive skin tone) Haircolor: Changes frequently Right now, soft medium cool brown with soft caramel beachy highlights. Eye Color: Espresso brown.
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I looked at this color for a long time, so it took me awhile to write a review for this because I have other green eye shadows. At first, I have to say it really didn’t flip my skirt. The color just looks like a metallic olive green. Sure Fyrinnae describes this as a lush, shimmery greenish gold with flecks of green throughout. I just looked at it and thought “yeah, pretty” and put it aside.
Okay, so now I get my Loki eyeshadow, a chocolatey brown with copper shimmer and I want to pair it with something. I see Lucky Charmed and “Oh my god”! Lovely combination! The color reminds of the gilded girl in James Bond’s Goldfinger. Yes, it has that golden glow but with hue of green. Not frosty or metallic, but a brilliance of color. It doesn’t look boring and outdated, nor does it look immature and playful, it looks sophisticated and fine. A wearable color all year round for any aged person!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I was looking for a replacement for my MAC Old Gold sample I loved so much. This looks like it might have been pretty good judging by the pot... but the application and chalky texture were horrible. Applied with MAC paint as a base and used MAC and Nars brushes. I am going to buy the full size of Old Gold instead. Don't know why I even bothered.
Update: 02-12-11 I have been reintroduced to the world of mineral/loose eye shadows and I am whole-heartedly changing my review! For one, I have figured out HOW to apply these shadows, using the patting motion, and now I am on my second Fyrinnae order. Two, the pixy apoxy is a very useful product for these little beauties! I apologize to Fyrinnae for my original negative review. It wasn't product fault and more operator error.