Fyrinnae Shenanigans

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50% would repurchase

Package Quality: 2.0

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 2.0

Price: $$$


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Age: 44-55

Skin: Sensitive, Fair-Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Brown, Wavy, Other

Eyes: Brown

Bronzy gold shade with a holographic shimmer running through it.

I have the loose powder version.

I wish Fyrinnae would just sell bigger containers with a screen on it. I constantly lose product opening and closing.

This is a pretty lower lid shade, but I don't get a holographic hit, which is fine. It adds pop and dimension, and isn't too glitzy, but really isn't shy at all. It stands on its own two feet.

I have a green gold by Fyrinnae, Lucky Charmed, that I love better and has much more of an impact.

This is good with a brown, mauve, rose, burgundy, or taupe as an accent. I've mixed it with liquid as a liner, too.

Age: 19-24

Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Not Sure

Hair: Other, Other, Other

Eyes: Brown

On their website, it says that this is a replacement for Medieval Haunting, but with multicoloured sparkle rather than just silver/gold. So that might be helpful to someone? By the way the swatch on their website is different to how it looks on my skin.
Anyway OMG this is soooo beautiful.
I'm a gold eyeshadow expert, I own tons, both loose powders and regular ones. This one is unique. It's a darker gold, with finely milled sparkle in rainbow colours! I got it as a free sample, and I am going to order the full size.
It looks REALLY good with my dark brown eyes, makes them look lighter somehow.
The thing with it is, it will not apply as smoothly as, say, MAC Woodwinked. But it looks really good on top of it! Like say, if you follow the pixi2woo Adriana lima tutorial--she uses Woodwinked and Romp, with a loose e/s on top--but replace Antique Gold with Shenanigans? AWESOMENESS! Also pairs well with darker Fyrinnae colours.

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