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First Foray into Fyrinnae (with Swatches)

Fyrinnae is one of the OG indie makeup brands that I've heard about for years but hadn't tried until last month. I really should have hopped on this bandwagon sooner but there are a few reasons as to why it took me so long to place an order: (1) I thought it would be difficult/messy to work with loose shadows. After playing with these shadows, I can confidently say that it's actually not difficult at all to pick up these loose pigments with a brush. I just dip my brush into the shadow that's on the lid to pick up a bit of product. Fyrinnae offers pressed versions of most of their shadows but the popular shades seem to be frequently out of stock, which is why I went with the loose formulation.  For the more glittery shades, it's key to use Fyrinnae's Pixie Epoxy primer underneath. Pixie Epoxy is actually the reason I was interested in placing an order with Fyrinnae in the first place and I'm officially a convert. Pixie Epoxy helps the shadow stick to your ski

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