MAC Eyeshadow Palettes: My Reds & Pinks — Limited Edition
Can you guess which shade is which? It’s not easy! You’ll find the answers behind the cut, under the second photo of the palette! 🙂 I took close-ups, but I wasn’t satisfied with the majority of them, so I’ll have to do those at another time. Consider it on the to-do list but a not-so-urgent item… We’ll do oranges and golds next!
All shades are limited edition (I have all permanent shades in separate palettes)
95% of my limited edition eyeshadows are from 2004-2010, with an emphasis on 2009-2010
There may be duplicates of some limited edition shades (but they’ll be next to each other)
If you were using MAC Dirty Greasepaint Stick?, what look would you create with it?
What shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? Anything added to the lips? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!
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It is always a pleasure to answer your questions, and I always hate answering your question with a follow-up question about your coloring or what brand you’d like the dupe in or what-have-you, so hopefully this will allow me to give you better answers and more efficiently, to boot! 🙂
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