Fenty Beauty Parka Princess is a slightly warm-toned, medium copper with a metallic finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow.
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Parka Princess is a medium, rosy copper with warm undertones and a pearly sheen. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that was somewhat buildable, but it had little room for error as more than two layers resulted in product separating and creating patchiness. The texture felt smooth, lightly waxy, and was very thin with an immediate dry down (no time to blend or play at all--blending resulted in the product flaking away).
As an eyeliner, it didn't tug too much, but it didn't deposit color evenly and blending it was no help as it made it worse by lifting/causing product to flake off. As an eyeshadow, it applied a bit better when I used it directly from the tube but couldn't use my fingertips or a brush at all as nothing would translate, but I could not do much about the edges as the product started to lift and flake off when I attempted to soften the edges. As a lip product, it did not emphasize my lip texture as much as other shades and was less prone to separating and settling, though it did not adhere well to my upper lip nor the inner area of my lip.
It lasted for six hours as an eyeliner before flaking a bit and eight hours as eyeshadow. It was really only looking good for mere moments as a lip product, as gently pressing my lips together resulted in the product lifting away and revealing patchiness, though I continued to test it as if it didn't look like Swiss cheese and parts of the color clung for a solid five hours, though the formula was drying.
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