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Tuesday, February 14, 2012




For spring MAC has a plethora of offerings. As usual. They don’t disappoint on color or quality. I must say that this is the first time in a long time I am head over heels in love with all that I see. There is something here for everyone. An abundance of cool tones but when there is something for a warm toned gal, watch out! Below I am going to show you two looks, a sunset look and a shimmery, ethereal look. I am not going to go through and name everything in each picture. The collections are called: Shop MAC, Cook MAC and Vera. Personally I like the Vera collection. I love the Crushed Metallic Pigments and the cute Face Powders. I like the Call Me Bubbles eye quad too. And the Plushglass lipglosses.



This is my sunset look with the Call Me Bubbles Quad, a lovely bright mix of pink, light copper, orange and white that made me feel like I was a koi. I used Full of Flavour, a matte pink, in the crease and then I took the Veluxe Pearl Brash and used it deeper in the crease and on the outer edge of the lid and under the eye. On the lid I used Fresh Daily, a frost and under the brow I used Call Me Bubbles, a Satin. I can wear something like this with my red hair but I can see it on warmed toned people only. I used Added Goodness Fluidline (shimmery brown) and False Lashes mascara in Black.

The cheeks boast Flower Fantasy Face Powder, those cute blushes that you don’t want to use because they are works of art! And then on the lips I used the Plushglass in Check this Out!, which is a gorgeous warm and shimmery coral.


For this look, a cool toned look, I decided to use some of the Crushed Metallic Pigments. I used the blue teal combination Butterfly Party/Desert Cloud (light shimmery lavender and dark shimmery purple) and Rain Drop/Moss Garden (shimmery teal and shimmery ocean blue). I used Cover Girl’s Lash Blast Luxe in Black Platinum and Make Up For Ever Aqua Liner in #8 (iridescent shimmery purple).

On my cheeks I used the Sunday Afternoon Face Powder, again I almost didn’t want to use it since it looks like a work of art. I chose nude lips with Cremesheen Innocence Beware, a nude tone with just a hint of pink.

So there you go. Let me know your favorites. I want to hear your bombs too!

1 comment:

  1. I'm interested in the crushed pigment powders. I almost picked some up at Christmas, but avoided the temptation. I am also a huge lipglass fan, so I'll peruse the MAC counter. Thanks for the heads-up!
    You do a fabulous job on eyes, but I tend to be a bit more subtle with color on my eyes. I'd love to try the eyeliner... is it hard to get it so perfectly? Is it a gel?

    You look marvelous!


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