MAC Pigment in Antique Green | Review & Swatches

Sunday, 18 May 2014



Firstly, I'm sorry If I'm boring you with all of these pigment reviews, but I managed to pick a couple up in a Blog Sale at a bargain price...then my housemate (who is an ex-makeup artist) decided to give me a load of her kit that she wasn't going to use anymore, including lots of MAC and Smashbox goodies (how lucky am I?!) so prepare yourselves for a couple more pigment reviews over the next couple of weeks, I promise I'll do my best to spread them out!

Whenever I'm going out or dressing up and I don't want to try anything new with my make up (I never leave myself time to try out different looks!) I always find myself applying a golden green smokey eye, so when I saw this pigment I knew I had to have it. Antique green is a beautiful dark green pigment which looks as though it has blue running through it also. It's quite a dark green but it look amazing blended into the outer corner of your lid when you've applied gold all over your lid - very summery and it looks amazing with a tan. 

The great thing about pigments is that they can also be mixed using MAC's mixing medium to turn them into a eyeliner or a wet shadow (great if your not a fan of the fall out), however I know they aren't everyone's cup of tea as they do kick off some serious fall out if you aren't careful. 

Lots of Love, 

Becky x

5 comments:

  1. What a great housemate you have Becky!! This shade looks beautiful and reminds me of a MAC shadow in Club I have xxx

    Verity | Life of Verity

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  2. I love your blog Becky - just followed! ♥
    Would love if you checked out mine sometime too so we can stay in touch!

    AIMEROSE

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  3. Oh wow this is a stunning shade, really pretty xx

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  4. I've been enjoying your MAC pigment posts and this is a real wow one!!

    Victoria
    FlorenceandMary.com

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