Wishful Bath & Beauty's FEVERshadow in Effie's Trinket swatches+review - PICTURE HEAVY

**PR sample provided by company representative**

Hellooooo! How is everyone today? Well, I've got another FEVERshadow pigment from Wishful Bath & Beauty to share with you today - Effie's Trinket! Remember my post about Rue's Wildflowers? I love Effie's Trinket just as much as I love Rue's Wildflowers! They are both super long-lasting, highly pigmented eye dusts.

Effie's Trinket is a rich metallic gold with flashes of pink. It's super bold and very much like Effie herself! I have tried it in various combinations with other colors, particularly greens or teals. This pigment looks great paired with them :)

Pictured above is ONE short swipe with a small brush. Just one. These shadows are very pigmented, silky smooth and clay-based, which makes them long-lasting. They are toxin-free and natural...and the claim of long-lasting is most certainly true. These pigments wear on me for 10 hours. Well, I say 10 hours because that's the longest I've worn them. That's when it was time to take off my makeup and go to bed :)

The cut here, is entirely necessary as I have 5 eye looks to show you. Enter at your own risk! All eye looks use the Jesse's Girl eye primer, which I received in a goodie bag at Cosmoprof from Jesse's Girl.

This was my first look with Effie's Trinket. The pigment is spread on the eyelid, and I kinda outlined the lid with the teal from the Wet n Wild Sparkle 'Til Morning palette.

For this look, I put Effie's Trinket on the lid and then, well, I call it "highlighting" hahaha but that's not really what it is. I used the green from the LA Color Marigold trio and kind of feathered it up from the lid a ways, but not all the way up. It's kind of like a halo :) I finished it with green eyeliner.

This one was super simple!!! I used one of the Sephora eyeshadow pencils on the lid and kind of feathered it up a ways, and then spread from Effie's Trinket on the lower lid.

More fun with greens! This is my favorite look with Effie's Trinket :) For this look, I started with a base of the white Sephora eyeshadow pencil, topped with Effie's Trinket and finished with the green eyeliner :)

This look is still iffy for me, but I'm going to try it again, changing it up a little. I combined Effie's Trinket with Jesse's Girl Sunset Blvd...it looks more interesting in person, I promise. It didn't photograph well :) haha Sunset Blvd is on the lid, highlighted with Effie's Trinket.

I personally like working with these clay-based pigments. They go on more smoothly. ...and the right tools are must. You can purchase Effie's Trinket here for $5 for a 3 gram plastic container. Visit Wishful Bath & Beauty and check out all the other pigments, as well as nail polishes!

DISCLAIMER: Some products used in this post were provided to me by the company for consideration. This blog is written and edited by me, and the opinions are not influenced in any way and are not compensated. I am not a professional nail tech, nor do I have any formal training in nail care. I'm just someone who likes to polish her nails :) Please read this post for more information.