your eyes are the hot cocoa on a cold winter morning, the chocolate powder you mix into a birthday cake. your eyes reflect the pigment of caramel, chestnuts, walnuts, and brave stallions riding into war. your eyes are the color of mahogany wood, comforting and home, and the mountains on a dewy morning. your eyes are like the warm embrace of a teddy bear after a night of bad dreams. your eyes are as beautiful as anyone else’s and just because they’re a bit darker doesn’t mean they aren’t absolutely stunning.
• hair always in a messed up bun
• tattoo on hip of pizza slice
• floating pigment eyes, mostly blue but sometimes a flash of yellow like an exploding star
• intentionally allows people to underestimate him
• practices the waltz to the alien radio when alone
• sometimes leaves out snacks for the plant monster
I hope you find my tutorial on ’How To Cover Dark Circles’ helpful. Remember, there is no miracle cure. You either have to ACCEPT that you will see makeup under your eyes - but at least it’s not a dark circle. OR, ACCEPT that if you use lighter products that aren’t as heavy on the skin, you won’t get as much coverage - meaning you may still see some darkening around the eyes.
This tutorial will, however, show you the best tips in order to prevent too much product build up, prevent creasing, and show you how to make your under-eye concealer last as long as possible.
Here is my ‘Before & After’ - I am fortunate enough not to have dark circles, but I know many people do. So I painted on these dark circles with an alcohol activated paint which is waterproof. This was the perfect way for me to show you how to cover discolouration without the product moving underneath the makeup. It meant it was as true to life as anyone else’s dark circles.
OP in TF:M actually does have white eyes- or really just pigment-devoid eyes, but they tend to have a slightly blue-ish cast to them when he’s relaxing or running on low-power. Orion was blue-eyed, but the Matrix of Leadership tends to give it’s hosts white-hot hued optics and biolights.
Order Diptera (Flies) No Taxon (“Aschiza”) Family Syrphidae (Syrphid Flies) Subfamily Eristalinae Tribe Milesiini Subtribe Milesiina Genus Spilomyia Species longicornis (Spilomyia longicornis) Explanation of Names Spilomyia longicornis Loew 1872 Size 11-15 mm Identification mimics Polistes or perhaps Yellowjacket. Yellow-striped abdomen. Eyes have pigment which enhances the wasp-like appearance. Range e. NA (QC-ON-MN to FL-TX)(1) Season in NA, Sep-Nov at low elevations, Jun-Oct in mountains(2)