Last year I placed an order for a bunch of sample MAC pigments. I did use them a few times but not as often as I’d hoped. Well, I dug them out of my makeup stash and have fallen in love with them again.
Top: Melon and Vanilla
Bottom: Museum Bronze and Chocolate Brown.
I have four favourites and they are Vanilla, Melon, Chocolate Brown and Museum Bronze. These are my preferred colours because they are more on the neutral side and can be used in a variety of ways. Vanilla is one of the more popular pigments, as it is so versatile. It can be used as a face highlighter, an eye shadow, mixed with your lotion for an all over body sheen…the possibilities are endless. Melon can be used as an eye shadow, and also as a gorgeous blush/shimmer on the cheekbone. Besides being worn as eye shadows, Chocolate Brown and Museum Bronze can also be used as a bronzer, dusted over the face with a light hand. Imagine how pretty it would look over a summer tan!
Vanilla and Melon
Museum Bronze and Chocolate Brown
I plan to use these pigments over the weekend for a smoky eye. Because there is shimmer in the pigments, it would look gorgeous at night.
How do you use MAC pigments?