- Amity in the inner corners for a brightening, youthful effect.
- Mixtape & Comics all over the lid.
- Auror in the crease and outer edge of the lid, for depth.
- Levana as a liner on top lid and the outer bottom tightlining edge.
Amity does such a brilliant job brightening things up without screaming gold. I keep likening it to a buttermilk cream, or a buttery metallic. Maybe I’m channeling a bit of Paula Deen, but it’s truly smooth. Like butta’.
I love how Auror works in varying levels of intensity, with pinks, browns, and a host of other colors. As much of a fan of color as I am, I’m also a fan of diversity. Including in color. Including in one color not being a one-tick-pony, if that makes sense.
Before you tell me you don’t look good in pin eye shadow, check out those red cheeks. If my olive-skinned, flush-cheeked face can wear pink, yours can, too. Especially if yours is darker.
I really want to try out all my colors on someone with varying shades of African skin, and Indian skin. I know some of the golds and such work well (my drag queen buddy tells me so) but inquiring minds need to know. Ya know?
Anyone matching that description willing to wear every (or nearly every) Printcess eye shadow color, take pictures in excellent lighting, and send them to me?
I’m a coffee-fueled, hobby-addicted bibliophage who makes cruelty-free mineral eye shadows (inspired by novels). I’m usually in front of a screen (writing, reading, or gaming), but I’ve been known to emerge for geekery, good food, and dark chocolate.