Tuesday, July 12th, 2011

If you were using MAC Double Feature 2, how would you wear it?

What products would you use? Where would you wear it? Would it be the star of the look? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!

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14 thoughts on “How would you wear MAC Double Feature 2?

  1. marvel burgos

    of course, i think the color is amazing

  2. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Mariella Mariella

    Dazzlelight on the inner third to half of the lid, the bright green on the outer half of the lid, the black colour smudged into the lash line and very lightly defining the crease…very small amount and very blended out. Dame on the cheeks and a nice natural looking lip.

  3. Kat

    Is it the same as Nars rated r?

  4. Leigh

    I’d wear the smoky gunmetal shade on my lid, sort of diffused and smoked out at the edges with the electric lemon lime shade on my lower lashline. Also a bit of black liner on my waterline, lots of mascara, and nude lips and cheeks.

  5. Mel

    This would be great for a going out look. I would put the green color on the inner half of the lid, KVD Lucifer on the outer v and crease and put the black color on top to make it more intense blend and smoke it out. Top it off with Lancome Hypnose Drama mascara and MAC Sunpower mineralize skin finish. I’d keep the lips neutral.

  6. Fey

    Futuristic/cyber goth look: I would use the bright green shade around the eye, thinly under the lower lash line and thickly around the lid. The faded black shade, I would use along the brow bone, tracing it down past the inner corner of the eye and onto the upper side of the bridge of the nose. Then, I would add black eyeliner in a harsh, rigid line above the upper lid. Bright green shade traced above cheekbones like a luminizer. Bottom lip painted black, upper lip a gunmetal.

  7. Marianna

    I would wear the grey color on the lid, and carbon in the outer V. I would wear Phloof! as a brow bone and inner corner highlighter. The green from the duo would go on my lower lash line!
    Sorry for bad english.
    Xo

  8. Nora

    I’d do a dark black smokey eye and then concentrate the green on the inner tearduct. Blushbaby as a light contour and a sheer gloss.

  9. I would use a lighter color like Naked Lunch on the lid, the grey in the crease then line my bottom lash line with the lime colour.
    Then a crazy amount of mascara to make it even more dramatic.

  10. I’d take the dark color and concentrate it in the outer V and the lashline, then fade it to the corner of the eye. I’d then place the bright green in the corner of the eye and fade it towards the outer V. Maybe Vex on the brow bone, maybe Bitter done lightly.

  11. I do plan on getting it despeite the disappointment of the gray. But I would use a 224 to put the gray all over the lid and up to the crease, and using the green in the inner corner :)

  12. Taliwog

    I would use a flat stiff brush to put the green above the crease of the lid and a pencil brush to smudge it all the way along the lower lash line. Then I would use the 217 to blend in the gunmetal color along the crease. A lighter matte gray like Scene applied with a larger shader brush all over the lid up to the crease. A deep olive green in the outer corner applied with the same pencil brush used on the lower lash line. Use the remaining product and smudge that deep green into the outer half of your lower lash line, staying as close to the lashes as possible – you want to see both the bright and the dark green. Winged black gel liner along the top lash line – the outer 2/3rd of the lid. A tiny bit of Fresh daisy in the very inner corner, some highlight like Brulee just under the brow, blending that into the bright green to avoid a harsh line. Don’t forget lots of mascara!