There’s a gold duotone to this color that I couldn’t catch on film. It’s not as strong as the same effect in BE’s Trust or Champagne, but it’s definitely visible.
It doesn’t mix well with water, but it behaves a little bit better than Nerve Tonic. It applies decently over a primer, but it needs something to grab on to, or it just falls away. The shade reminds me of Aromaleigh v1’s Carolina Summer - not because there was a duplicate in that collection, but just because it would fit with that general palette.
A tribute to Black Sabbath. Medium purplish-charcoal base color with rainbow holographics and larger (though still pretty small) blue hexagonal sparkle. I thought this would have a deeper base color than it does - it was described as being black, not charcoal (and definitely not purplish.)
Three cooler eyeshadows (no matte finishes, thankfully), a cooler red blush and lip color. My Pretty Zombie is releasing new collections more this past year than in 2015 or 2014, and it’s kind of nice to see the new toys. The Offal Group colors probably are not a great choice for warmer olive- or golden- undertones.
If you own this color (it’s already long past its Month, and it hasn’t appeared in the High Scores group) you know that this is more of a highlighter and a shimmer-effects eyeshadow than a pink. The base color is almost sheer, and the interference color is pretty strong.
This color reminds me of Urban Decay’s Ransom and Asphyxia, and a bit of Sephora’s Mauve Shimmer. This is a deeper purple, but the lighter coverage combined with the blue interference make it look more like it’s glowing than intense.
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