Here it is one of the most complex colour I've ever worn, it's very... undefined.
See for yourself:n
It has at least three colours in itself: lead grey, purple, green.
Sometimes you can see them all at once, sometimes one colour pops above the others.
For example, sun shows purple reflects:
(green on the edges °_°)
... But purple is the king in daylight too, depending on the angle of the lighting :>
(purple on top, green on the left, grey on the right...)
I must admit that this colour it's prettier in real life, because colours are often visible all together; this could be a defect, though, so if you like changing shades, this one is for you :>
What about "Where's The Party?" under artificial light?
Gorgeous, isn't it?
Last, two shots in low daylight, the BEST for duo/multichrome:
I don't remember very well how many coats I used, surely two, maybe three? I just remember it's VERY pigmented, so I guess two good coats are enough.
It lasted my regular five-six days, so it's perfect formula wise too.
Just another thing: the day I was wearing "Where's The Party?" I saw the Gareth Pugh for MAC's collection, and the most coveted shade "Ascension"; well, don't know about you, but I asked for its price (just curiosity!) and it was something like €23 0________________0
Best part? I tried it on my thumb, just on a half of it:
(which half, in your opinion? :^P )Do you see any difference, any division line between "Ascension" and "Where's The Party?" It doesn't exist, these two colours were/are the same spitting shade, with the only difference in price (Essence is less than €2...).
Not bad, right? ;>
Have a nice day/night/whatever and thanks for your attention ;¬)