Fyrinnae Loose Eyeshadow Singles Review Part 6

In this review I’ll be looking at Fyrinnae loose eyeshadow singles in the shades Dinosaur Plushie, Frostbytes, Bastet, Sled Puppies, and Tyr.


This gray eye look was created with Dinosaur Plushie in the inner corner, Frostbytes in the crease, Bastet in the outer corner of the eye, and Sled Puppies all over the lid. All shadows were applied over Fyrinnae Pixie Epoxy and Urban Decay Primer Potion in Eden. Also used are Tarte Sex Kitten eyeliner and Chanel Le Volume de Chanel mascara.


Fyrinnae Dinosaur Plushie is a glittery loose eyeshadow that sells for $2.95USD for a mini jar or $6.95USD for a full sized jar on Fyrinnae’s website. Fyrinnae describes this shade as “filled with multicolor sparkle, some of which can change hue in different light.” This shade appeared to be a sheer silver base with a lot of glitter.

Even with glitter primer, I couldn’t get a base shade to really come through with this shadow — there was a sort of sheer silver base, but I could really get it to opaque coverage. Essentially, this shade is a glitter bomb. The glitter fallout went everywhere and was hard to get off.. I also noticed that there was some additional fallout throughout the day. This shadow would probably work best layered over another color.

Two and a Half Star A glitter bomb with difficult application and lots of fallout


Fyrinnae Frostbytes is a shimmery loose eyeshadow that sells for $2.95USD for a mini jar or $6.95USD for a full sized jar on Fyrinnae’s website. According to Fyrinnae, this shade is a “striking metallic deep silver.” This shadow is more of a molten liquid silver than a sparkly silver and is a little darker than a traditional silver, almost like a slightly tarnished silver.

This shade applied very smoothly and blended well. The pigmentation gave nice opaque coverage that only needed one layer to be opaque. This shadow can be used without problems with regular primer, but glitter primer really brings out its shine. Once applied with primer, the shadow lasted all day without fallout or creasing.

Five star A very smooth shade with great lasting power


Fyrinnae Bastet is a shimmery loose eyeshadow that sells for $2.95USD for a mini jar or $6.95USD for a full sized jar on Fyrinnae’s website. Fyrinnae describes this shade as a “deep, velvety black filled with gold sparkle.” Compared to Fyrinnae’s other blacks with colored sparkle, the sparkle in this shade is rather subtle — the shadow is mostly black. The sparkle does come out more when this shadow is foiled as a liner.

This shadow actually didn’t have too much shimmer to in; the gold sparkle was very subtle. Using glitter primer helped the sparkle show up more, but it still wasn’t that noticeable. As a black the shade applied nicely and was very pigmented as is expected by a black. The shadow lasted all day without fallout or creasing.

Four and a half star Great pigmentation and lasting power but hard to see sparkle


Fyrinnae Sled Puppies is a shimmery loose eyeshadow that sells for $2.95USD for a mini jar or $6.95USD for a full sized jar on Fyrinnae’s website. According to Fyrinnae, this shade is a “gleaming, shimmery transparent white gold graced with a touch of light blue sparkle.” I found this shadow to be a very pale, shimmery ivory.

Although Fyrinnae describes this shade as transparent, I actually found it to have pretty good pigmentation that could cover darker shades. This shadow actually looks like a more opaque version of Dinosaur Plushie that has significantly less fallout and smoother application. On some skin tones I think this shadow could probably be used as a highlighter. Over primer, this shadow lasted all day without fallout or creasing.

Four and a half star Surprisingly good pigmentation with minimal fallout


Fyrinnae Tyr is a shimmery loose eyeshadow that sells for $2.95USD for a mini jar or $6.95USD for a full sized jar on Fyrinnae’s website. Fyrinnae describes this shade as a “muted chartreuse on black.” Compared to Bastet, this shade had more apparent colored sparkle — it actually appeared as more of a dark green.

This shadow was less glittery than many of Fyrinnae’s other loose shadows, instead having a subtle shimmer. The shade applied smoothly and had opaque coverage — a little shadow went a long way. Despite being quite dark, the shadow was able to be blended as long as not too much was applied. I didn’t experience much fallout when applying and no fallout once it was adhered to the lid.

Four and a half star A very pigmented black with noticeable sparkle