Saturday, October 19, 2013

Review: MAC's Tan Pigment

I've been craving the perfect pink eyeshadow look practically FOREVER. So when I saw Ingrid (Youtube: missglamorazzi) wearing this shade, I HAD to get it. 

This pigment is a very pretty pink champagne color. It could also be described as rose gold. The best part of this shadow is that it looks great on girls with a tan; so it is perfect for all my women of color out there. For reference, I am a NW40. While pigments at MAC are pricey ($21 for a bottle), they are made to last a very long time since a tiny amount goes a long way. I do not think I will ever need to buy another bottle again. This cannot be good for MAC's business and is probably the reason why the bottles are so expensive in the first place. Well, that and the fact that milling the powder so fine is probably pretty expensive. Due to the fineness (is that even a word?!) of this powder, it tends to have a bit of fall out. I avoid this by doing my eye makeup first and then putting on powder/foundation.

Above is a swatch on my eyelid (the crease color is MAC Antiqued). Sorry for the bad picture quality, my Iphone gets weird about taking upclose pics.

What are ya'lls favorite pigments (from MAC and other brands)? I would love to try more since this is my first ever and I am already loving it!
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DISCLAIMER: All products reviewed in this post were purchased by the blogger.

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