The Fancy Lad

This is a simple pinky / purple eye featuring Fyrinnae.

 

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Products Used:
Eyebrows: Anastasia Brow Pencil – Dark Brown
Primer: Nars Smudge Proof Eye Shadow Base
Base: Pixy Epoxy
Highlighter: Yaby Strawberry Sherbert
Upper Crease: Tete-A-Tint
Outer V: MAC Sketch
Outer Third: Fyrinnae Mephisto
Middle Third: Fyrinnae Sennyo
Inner Third: Fyrinnae The Fancy Lad
Inner Corner: Fyrinnae Crimson Ghost
Upper Waterline: MAC Eye Kohl – Smolder
Upper Lashline: Urban Decay  Zero Pencil
Lower Lashline: Urban Decay Underground
Waterline: MAC Chromagraphic Pencil NC42/NW35
Lash Primer: MAC Prep and Prime Lash
Mascara: Covergirl Lash Blast Volume
Foundation: Everyday Minerals – Toffee
Contour: Everyday Minerals – Bronzed Tan
Blush: Nars Dolce Vita

After applying my base, Sketch is put on the outer corner and blended up to the crease, but not too far over.  The edges are blended out with MAC girlie eye shadow.  (This step can be skipped or a face powder can be used.)  You can definitely brighten up this eye by using a brighter purple and blending the color deeper into the crease.

The Pixy Epoxy is applied on my lid in places where my lid colors will go.  (TIP:  Apply the PE after you’re satisfied with your pressed colors.  It won’t smear.  I haven’t had much success in apply pressed shadows on top of PE.)  PE brightens up this look considerably.  This look is softer, but still colorful and pretty without the PE.

The Fancy Lad and Sennyo are patted on the lid up to the crease.  Crimson Ghost is applied to the inner corner and blended into The Fancy Lad in my crease.  (Crimson Ghost is a beautiful and deceiving color.  It shows up as a light reddish pink over PE, but over a clear/neutral base, it is a pale, pink.  Beautiful!)

Mehpisto is lightly patted on the outer corner.  Mephisto is tricky (as are a handful of my Fyrinnae shadows, but don’t let that scare you off).  If blended with a fluffy brush or rubbed on the eye lid or if the shadow is pressed too hard when loading up your flat shader brush; the color loses its flare.  The depth of the color disappears.  The deep wine color is replaced with a purple-y blue (similar to the purple/blue color a red wine stain leaves behind).

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