Flamingo- Light milky bright coral (Lustre)
Scarlet Ibis- Bright orange-red (matte)
I bought this and just put it to the side. When I finally tried it I was thinking “oh oh” at first but after I built it up and finished I was in love. Scarlet Ibis is a true blood orange, the pictures don’t do it justice. It applies and looks like a matte but it doesn’t feel dry at all.
Pink Pigeon- Bright cleanest pink (Matte)
Party Parrot- Bright red-pink (matte)
Gorgeous! It’s a bold, deep pink with a bit of red to it. No drag during application, it applies smoothly. Even though it’s supposed to be a matte it looks like a satin. It goes on opaque and feels really creamy on the lips. Party Parrot leaves a stain on the lips. The color lasts for a 5 hours. It’s a dupe for OCC’s Queen Lip Tar from the Pretty Boy collection.
Party Parrot, OCC Queen
Eye Shadow $15
Robin’s Egg- Mid-tone teal (matte)
Now I think we can all agree that lately MAC’s matte shadows are hit or miss. I am happy to say there was no problem swatching this shadow. Normally I have to scrap off the top layer of MAC mattes and abuse it with my brush for decent color payoff. Robin’s Egg is great to work with. It didn’t feel or look powdery and swatched true to color. There’s great pigmentation and I’m so happy it worked out. MAC’s Surf Baby is a little bit more green and Inglots 504 is very similar but both have shimmer.
Robin’s Egg, Surf Baby, Inglot 504
North America January 5, 2012
International February 2012
at all M·A·C locations