No blackened undertones, just a deeper red. The color payoff is fairly good, though it does seem to lose a little intensity. It’s similar to a few other Fyrinnae shadows, but not an exact match.
When I found this in my backlog of colors to swatch, I thought it was a COTM shade…but nope, a quick search shows that not only was there this color, there was an entire collection. So maybe this color was the one called worwef? Ah well, at any rate, I like the color and I’m glad I snagged it. The base color is a little less saturated than I originally thought it would be, but it’s still...
A fairly nicely balanced kit with not a brown in sight. (Sorry, but…one gets tired of brown eyeshadow after the fifth-dozenth offering.) The greys are both cooler, and the blue - while somewhat dusty/muted - is still also cool. Don’t know how well it would work on very golden skintones. People with olive undertones may be able to wear these with few problems or adjustments.
The slightly cooler of SCM’s two “Marilyn” shades. The shimmer particles are a little more visible and plentiful in this shadow, but they’re still pretty sparse.
Looks like a medium-light pink, goes on…either a semisheer slightly darker pink when foiled, or a lighter cooler pink with a slight metallic finish when applied dry. It’s close to being a “plain simple pink” color, but the little twists can either be an added bonus or a block to wearing it as easily as you thought (if you grab it thinking it’s a plain standard pink.) The color payoff is pretty strong, but the color was...
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