^ the FDA lies about that to cover the ass honesty about using them in the eye area. I just recommend using a primer and testing it our fir on your arm if your 1 in 200,000 people that might have an issue.
Actually the FDA's allow Neon pigments to be used on the body just not on the eye area.
But with makeup you need to test everything as every hast different tolerance of skin reactions to different ingredients used nothing is 100% skin safe for everyone.
I love the dewy look of metallic/iridescent pigments, Rumpelstiltskin in Once Upon a Time is painted in gold mixed with grey that gives him the almost scaly feel/look to his skin.