Experimental dryad makeup, using Fyrinnae eyeshadow

I’ve got nitpicks.  The sprouting leafs were a last minute decision, and I think I would like it better in the full face shots had I done them on a less harsh diagonal, to soften my cheekbones and face shape a bit.  Right now, I think they emphasize its wideness.

I love the colors and textures though.  Unfortunately, the pictures don’t do it justice.  Fyrinnae eyeshadow’s have a REALLY unique type of glitter in the texture that rarely photographs well.  My blues have flecks of silver, adn the teal in my crease has a lilac sparkle.  On the camera, it just… reflects….  So this is much prettier in person.

Eyes

Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy

Fyrinnae Vanir-lower lid

Fyrinnae Cheshire cat grin-outer corner, lower lashline

Fyrinnae Lief-crease, to inner corner

Fyrinnae +20 Beautification-outer crease

MAC Vanilla-highlight

MAC Nylon-outer corner of brow bone, inner corner of lower lashline

Use a bare fluffy brush in teeny circles to diffuse Lief and Vanilla above crease.

Exceptionnel De Chanel mascara

Urban Decay 24/7 liner in Zero-lower waterline

Buxom Lashliner in Blue Velvet-THINLY line and smudge upper lashline, down into outer corner

Finish cheeks and rest of face before doing vines. Use Urban Decay liquid liner in Minx, and soft green rhinestones on the curve for blossoms..  Make  six gently diagonal “tic” marks along the lower lashline.  Make two of these into  longer “vines” towards  the outer corner(i didn’t do the LAST tic mark, but did tic marks 3 and 5(numbering from the inner corner) as my large “vines”

Cheeks

MAC Azalia blossom

Lips

MAC Plum Royal lipliner-LIGHTLY line lips and smudge inward.

MAC Raddichio-apply over lipliner and blot, for pinkish stain.

Fyrinnae Ryu Pinko Lip lustre-apply over top for frosty mauve color.

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