On a semi-sheer purple background, metallic blue becomes violet, then warm purple, to pink. Pixie Epoxy not needed nor recommended; there is no sparkle and it may turn this shadow into a gooey mess. Colors are noted from an arm's length away, then brought closer, toward light. Top swatch, then bottom swatch in second photo, both applied over regular primer and photographed in diffused natural light. Also available pressed. Not lip safe. The name is a reference to the '65 film of a similar title.
Natural light may wash out the effect and colors; most indoor lighting is recommended for swatches and application photos, though LED light may reduce the effect. However, these swatches were taken in indirect late afternoon sunlight. Initial shimmer color, in this case blue, is when the product is viewed straight on. As it is angled toward light, brought toward a lamp, or on the curve of eyelids, the colors dramatically change. It will not be easy to see all the variations while wearing. People with limited color vision will not be able to see all the shade variations.