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Dot an iridescent shadow along the inner corner using a flat eyeliner brush for that dreamy shine.
The scientists tested this attraction by exposing bumble bees to artificial flowers with three surfaces: smooth, iridescent, and striated to produce the blue halo.
Anna’s Hummingbird, the colorful birds with iridescent green and red markings, are year-round Sacramento Valley residents.
Made out of pleated iridescent PVC, PVC strips, and Lurex organza, the final product is meant to refract light into beams of rainbows.
The 39 patterns, ranging from metallic naturals inspired by grass to iridescent techno-metals, are designed to accent any low-wear surface, from cabinetry to tabletops.
The model was spotted wearing a blond wig, silver chainmail top, and iridescent blue eye makeup that's giving us major Studio 54 vibes.
Expect micro-fine iridescent shimmer, not chunky glitter.
Skepta took to social media with a series of posts unveiling the iridescent, copper/rose-gold sneaker design.
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Iris, the Greek goddess of the rainbow, took messages from Mount Olympus to earth, and from gods to mortals or other gods, using the rainbow as her stairway. Iridescence is thus the glowing, shifting, colorful quality of a rainbow, also seen in an opal, a light oil slick, a butterfly wing, or the mother-of-pearl that lines an oyster shell.
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