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Here are some initial swatches and reviews of the MAC Semi Precious mineralize eye shadows.
Swatches and review after the jump
Hint of Sapphire
One more time, it's...
some MAC Naturally mineral blushes and eye shadows. I am really liking this collection because these are the shades everyone can really wear every single day- neutral, classic shades that you can wear for years to come, any time of the year.
Here are my thoughts on the products:
Here is a look using one of my favorite indie mineral makeup brands, . You can see on this blog's Labels that most of my mineral eye shadow looks are from Aromaleigh. I like that the shades are quite pigmented, rich, and not just mere mica shimmer bombs that have no color pay-off. I also like...
I already reviewed a bunch of items from the MAC Glitter & Ice holiday 2011 collection, but I recently bought two of the Mineralize Eye Shadows which I felt I needed in my collection.
You see, I LOVE Mineralize Eye Shadows now! LOVE. I love the way they look, I love how large they are, I...
As long as you use a tacky base, Aromaleigh shadows stick well to your lids even when applied dry. As with all mineral eye shadows, you can intensify the colors if you foil them (applying wet with a mixing medium). Since Aromaleigh shadows are pigmented enough, I like them applied dry.
Aurora is probably the star of the mineralize shadows in this collection. It is peach, green and gold, but it looks amazing as a lid or crease color. It may look drab but it really does translate nicely on the skin.
All in all, this is a good range of shades. I am just not drawn to them as...
When it comes to eye shadow, it takes a lot to impress us. The splurgy new "it" palette of the season is usually pretty easily matched in the makeup aisle at Duane Reade. But M.A.C.'s new Semi Precious collection, out next week, offers a range of swirled, multitone shadows that are tough to...
Joy & Laughter
Water & Ice
Fresh & Mint
Sweet & Sour
February 2012 - Online and in stores (North America)
Added to the Permanent range of Mineralize Eye Shadows (for the next 6 months to a year)
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to the eye look because of the color nuances.
I still have a lot of mineralize shadows, and I like to use them from time to time when I want to have a more metallic eye look. I also like the bigger pot because - well, bigger pot means more product, right? I also like the versatility it...
Two of the five MAC Mineralize Shadows from the release are called In the Sun and Twilight Falls ($20 each)...
In the Sun? And Twilight Falls? Total vampire plugs, right?
Alright, maybe not, but Twilight Falls is my new smokey shadow crush. MAC describes it as a cool brown with bronze...