Tuesday, 7 September 2010

LOTD: Immortal Stardust

I've been meaning to post for several days now but have been slightly scuppered by the fact I've been trying to use my new Fyrinnae shadows. Immortality and Delvian, in particular, are gorgeous but need more careful application than my normal 'slap it on and see' approach. I decided to use Immortality again today. As well as trying to be more precise with my application, I decided to follow the example of several makeup bloggers and apply my eyeshadow before the rest of my makeup. It worked really well in terms of making it easier to clean up the look but I couldn't believe how much difference putting some blusher on made to the overall look.

What I used

Meow Equilibrium Primer
Meow Pampered Puss foundation (Frisky Sphynx/Naughty Mau mix)
Fyrinnae Mesmerize glow blush

Eyes (in order used)
E.L.F Mineral Primer
Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy
Fyrinnae Marshmallow Puffs on browbone, inner v and inner part of the lower lashline
Fyrinnae Delvian on outer part of lower lashline
Fyrinnae Immortality on outer v and crease
Fyrinnae Electric Stardust on lid
Maybelline Lash Stiletto Voluptuous in black

E.L.F. Barely Bitten mineral lipstick

What I didn't use - a decent camera. Mine (which is very old) has now decided to take maybe one out of every four photos without blurring so I need to replace it. Does anyone have any recommendations?


  1. Wow, this is very nice.

  2. Very pretty! I love Delvian, its such a beautiful color!

  3. Ooh, I love how glittery this is! I like how you brought up the purple on the bottom, it looks great.

  4. Beautiful! I love how delvian works, it's a definate favorite. Ita about applying shadows first!

  5. @Izabella Thank you!

    @The Peach Delvian is gorgeous, I just wish I could use it better. I seem to be massively clumsy when applying my makeup recently and it's not very forgiving!

    @Heather Immortality is super sparkly, these photos really don't show it in all its glory.

    @Thia Winter Yeah, I might be a convert to the idea of applying shadow first, especially if I'm using dark colours.