F.A.I.R. Beauty Cosmetics Glitters: Swatches and Discount Code

F.A.I.R. Beauty Cosmetics Glitters

My side project this month has been a comprehensive review of F.A.I.R. Beauty Cosmetics! The eyeshadow portion of the review is already complete. Today we’re looking at the glitters and then I’ll finish up with her highlighters later this week. F.A.I.R. is an indie brand based out of Miami with a focus on eyeshadows, highlighters and glitters and all of her products are cruelty free and vegan! They were actually one of the first brands that I worked with when I started blogging so they have a special place in my heart!

She (she being Kim, the owner) has 14 shades of glitter in total. They’re $6.50 each or $5.85 if you use our affiliate code BEAUTYCULT to save 10%. They’re also available in sample sizes for $2. Or there’s some bundle options where you can choose 3, 5 or 8 colors for a discounted price. And you get a LOT of product, each jar is 5 grams. Oh and they have nice flip top shifters with good sized holes so it’s easy to dispense product.

Hera’s Sky has an ultra fine navy base with larger flecks of aqua

Mystic Seas is a very finely milled blue green

Neptune’s Treasure has medium sized particles. It’s about 85% cerulean blue and 15% gold

Delphin is an azure blue with a reflective, metallic finish.

Pegasus Flight is about 90% cornflower blue and 10% pink with rainbow reflects

Stardust is a medium pinky purple with rainbow reflects

Ice Phoenix is an icy silver with multicolored reflects.

Out of this first set, Pegasus Flight is my top recommendation. My runners up are Stardust, Neptune’s Treasure and Hera’s Sky.

Set #2!

Erebus is an ultra metallic jet black

Minotaur has a black base with a dusting of copper. On the eyes it looks like a blackened bronze.

Caduceus is def my favorite of the whole shebang. You should get this one. It’s a very finely milled, pigment-like glitter. It’s hard to tell but I think that the particles are yellow gold and blue but since they’re so tiny the colors mix together and create an almost olive color. Gorg.

Golden Fleece is a sunny yellow gold with an ultra metallic finish

Banshee is an orangey copper with a metallic finish

Circe… I’ve been staring at this one for days and still have no idea what color it is. It’s another one of those ‘pigment-like’ glitters and I think it’s silver and copper but I’m not entirely sure. It looks so beautiful on the eyes because it’s complex while still being understated… if that makes any sense.

Snow Maiden is a crystal clear glitter with rainbow reflects

These seven are all gorgeous but I think that Caduceus and Circe are unlike any glitter I’ve ever seen before.

If you’ve been meaning to try some new indie brands, then I would strongly suggest checking out F.A.I.R. She puts her heart and soul into creating these products and they’re excellent quality for a very reasonable price. Thanks in advance if you use our affiliate code BEAUTYCULT to save an extra 10%!

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