|Left pallete, left to right: Cork; Omega -- Right pallete, clockwise: Cranberry, Woodwinked, Ricepaper, All That Glitters|
|Left to right: Cork, Omega, Cranberry, Woodwinked, Ricepaper, All That Glitters|
The italicized bits are how MAC describe each eyeshadow.
Muted golden brown; Satin -- I would describe this as Cadbury chocolate color: it's a very standard mid-brown eyeshadow and slightly on the warmer side. I believe this was my first ever MAC eyeshadow and I got it just over a year ago. This is a really useful eyeshadow to use as a crease color or along the bottom eyelashes for a bit of definition. (Mine broke a bit when I depotted it...mad skills).
Soft muted beige-taupe; Matte -- I used this as my eyebrow powder for the longest time until I switched over to the Anastasia Brow Wiz. However, I do think this is a perfect cool toned eyebrow shade for blondes and I need to start using it again! I might try it with the Anastasia Brow Wiz next time I put my makeup on...
Red-plum with pink shimmer; Frost -- I would have thought Cranberry, Woodwinked, Ricepaper and All That Glitters were all the same finish but looks like I was wrong! I was obsessed with this eyeshadow Christmas time circa 2012. It's a really beautiful cranberry (obviously) shade but I understand this might be a scary shade for some people. I think it's an eyeshadow you have to wear with eyeliner or it can make you look like you have a little case of pink eye.
Warm antique gold; Veluxe Pearl -- I agree with the description of this eyeshadow, however I find that on my skin tone it looks fairly neutral toned on the lid and warmer in the crease. I like this because it means you can wear it as a lid and crease color all at once and it looks slightly different in both areas. This is one of my favorite eyeshadows because my favorite eyeshadow colors are bronzey//warm and shimmery.
Peachy gold with shimmer; Frost -- I quite like this but I actually think it's more of a yellowy champagne shade rather than peachy gold. It is nice but I don't think it's perfect for my skin tone or that it's pigmented enough. But it is quite pretty, I probably just wouldn't repurchase it when it runs out.
All That Glitters
Beige w/ gold pearl; Veluxe Pearl -- I would honestly lean towards calling this a rose gold hued eyeshadow because it is a pretty pinky golden color. I only got this a couple of weeks ago when I was in Toronto but I really like it so far. I think it's really pretty with blue eyes. I believe my friend Maria recommended this to me? (In case she's reading heh) -- Also the swatch really doesn't do it any justice, I think it's a lot more pink than it looks there... #BadLighting
I still have two slots left in one of my quads -- anyone got any recommendations? (Please don't say Satin Taupe!)