Wishful Bath & Beauty's FEVERshadow in Play in the Waves swatches+review - PICTURE HEAVY

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Goooooood morning out there! (well, it's morning where I am, anyway...). How about some FEVERshadow today? The loose pigments from Wishful Bath & Beauty have been a staple in my makeup routine for a few months now. They have amazing coverage and are nicely pigmented. They are long-lasting (I've worn them up to 10 hours!) and great colors :) Today I have for you a pigment called Play in the Waves - shimmery iridescent green with a blue flash.

It's an extremely hard color to photograph - it just ends up looking brown. I tried and tried and tried to get a photo of the flash of blue, but it's just wasn't having it. This is as close as I could get:

Pictured above is one short swipe with a small brush.  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.

First up is a very simple look :) I used a Sephora eyeshadow pencil in a tannish bronze color on my lid and then put Play in the Waves over it. Super easy!

Moving on to an eye look that is a little more flashy than I like it hahah I used a white Sephora eyeshadow pencil on my lid, then used Play in the Waves to go over the lid and feather upwards. I topped with a little Jesse's Girl Sunset Blvd around my browline.

This is one of my favorite looks! I covered the lid with the blurple eyeshadow pencil from Sephora, then feathered upward a ways with Play in the Waves. These two go great together! Love how they compliment each other :)

And now my most daring look hahaha! I used orange eyeliner! I've never used orange eyeliner before O.o I used Play in the Waves on my lid and then lined my upper lashline and waterline with the orange liner (I got it from Sephora). It completely changes the look, doesn't it?  It's growing on me...I might wear it again.

And lastly...I used the tannish bronze Sephora eyeshadow pencil on the lid, then I dabbed a smattering of Play in the Waves up toward my browbone. I finished with a purple eyeliner on my upper lashline and waterline.

And there you have it :) Another great pigment from Wishful Bath & Beauty! :) I personally like working with these clay-based pigments. They are nice, long-lasting pigments - which is a must for me, as I don't even pay attention to my makeup most of the time after application. Knowing that my makeup still looks good is neat :) You can purchase Play in the Waves here for $5.25 for a 3 gram plastic container. Visit Wishful Bath & Beauty and check out all the other pigments, as well as nail polishes!

You can also check out the other two reviews I've put up for FEVERshadow! Rue's Wildflowers and Effie's Trinket.

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