MAC Eyeshadow Swatches Vol 4
MAC eyeshadows don't typically swatch well, so keep in mind that these will show you the color but you really need to apply these to see how they work. It is true for every eyeshadow that a swatch doesn't tell you how it will perform, but I wanted to make specific mention of it here because the MAC classic shadow formula can really come off looking terrible in swatches.
Rule - I haven't given this shade enough love to give my thoughts on it. I have plans in the future to do a MAC shadow recap and I hope to have some thoughts on it for you at that time.
Texture - This shade is often used as a transition shade despite the slight shimmer running through it. I feel like it adds warmth to a look without being overwhelmingly orange.
Coppering - A standout MAC shadow. Very pigmented and easy to work with. I don't wear it often as I tend to gravitate to more subtle looks.
Expensive Pink - Another standout shade from MAC, I like to use it with Cranberry in the center of the lid for a spotlight eye look.
Deep Damson - One of my personal favorites, works great as a crease or an outer-v shade. I especially like pairing this with Satin Taupe because I find that on me it makes Satin Taupe look less silver and cool toned.
If you are interested in purchasing just the magnetic refill pans like the ones pictured, they retail for $7.00 on maccosmetics.com. For the single eyeshadow in a container, the retail cost is $17.00.
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