Moonlit Mermaid Tutorial

This was a fun look to play around with :) I’ve really wanted to play with my Fyrinnae colors since I got them, so this is what I came up with! I really, really love Futuristic Glamrock (The inner lid color), it’s probably the coolest blue shade I’ve ever seen!

 

 

moonlitmermaid

moonlitmermaid

moonlitmermaid

moonlitmermaid

 

Eyes
Fyrinnae pixie epoxy

Fyrinnae futuristic glamrock Eyeshadow
Fyrinnae dragonmagic Eyeshadow
inglot #28 and #13 eyeshadows
Obsessive Compulsive Cosmetics Static Eyeshadow
Fyrinnae immortality
inglot #496
naked pigment stack ivory: blue duochrome
cheeks
inglot #32 blush
Lips
bennefit jing a ling lipstick
Illamasqua torture sheer lipgloss

 

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36 comments

  1. Phyrra says:

    Futuristic Glamrock is a favorite of mine because of its gorgeous interference. I really love the color placement and the shade against the lower lashline with Futuristic Glamrock. I often like to pair it up with Glitterboi.

  2. Sami says:

    Do you know a good palette doop for these colors or are they cheap enough for a amateur makeup person to buy? cause i love the look but i have no doops to try it with!!!

  3. Jessie says:

    Oh! Pixie Epoxy isn’t a primer, it’s not meant to be used as one, merely to adhere the loose shadow and make it more vibrant (I know, what a primer does).

  4. Evening Star says:

    I know I’m repeating what Jessie said, but Pixie Epoxy is meant to be used over a primer. The epoxy is just that, pretty much a glue, specifically for extra glittery shadows. There’s a tutorial on layering the epoxy and shadow somewhere on the internets…
    Also, hi! I’m a new reader and devoted fan of your blog!

  5. Roberta says:

    Leesha, could you do a blogpost or a video telling us your favorites “lipstick/lipgloss…” and explaining why?
    You’re always amazing *__*

  6. Jayeboo says:

    finally got mah swagga backk…
    I’m waiting for my car speakers to explode like, anyday now. lol
    Anyway..beeautiful color choices. Gah-gous

  7. whitney says:

    OMG leesha! first off you are very beautiful! and i love your videos!!! Please dont stop making them and blogging them. this look is gorgeus!!! keep doing it girl! are you a make up artist? well you can email or reply… :) thanks!

  8. Lydia says:

    it’s mental how fast Dubstep has moved across to the U.S haha, and that my fav beauty guru is listening to it… I couldn’t imagine you at a dubstep rave though or dancing to it haha. Lovely make up as always xx

  9. Katee says:

    Girl, I love this look, I think I am going to do this for prom (: my dress is baby blue with a sapphire umpire waist. I think it’ll be perfect (: I absolutely love your hair too (mine is similar) (: hahaha

  10. Laurence says:

    Pwetty pretty ! Please do other looks with fyrinnae cause i have a whole bunch of their eyeshadows haha

  11. Laurence says:

    and for the pixie epoxy..just a lil trick..if you want your eyeshadow to be really vibrant..apply it wet first then let it dry a little and theeen you put pixie epoxy and reapply the eyeshadow..tada ! awesome,vibrant and super duper sparkly !

  12. Allie says:

    Hey Leesha! first off I LOVE LOVE LOVE all your videos, please never stop inspiring ^_^.
    second, where did you get your naked pigment stacks? i can’t seem to find them anywhere and i really want them! i checked their website and now i want all the stacks not just the ones you normally use.
    i need a web address or a location here in charlotte, nc.

    Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Kait says:

    OMGGGG, I’m in love with that blue (futuristic glamrock, right?) ! I looked on Fyrinnae’s site and I can’t find it. D: Did they stop carrying it or am I totally missing it? There’s no search function on that site, heh.

  14. Sally Hudmon says:

    Wow, it’s all so beautiful I’m able to definitely see myself heading broke! I agree in regards to the images being ruined through the other blogger, it makes me not even want to consider those pictures. Sally Hudmon

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