Wednesday, May 7th, 2008

If you were using MAC’s Mutiny pigment?, 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 Mutiny! Feel free to share links to photos of your look(s) using it in the comments.

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25 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair MAC’s Mutiny pigment with?

  1. Liz

    An easy look that I did was Mutiny over the entire lid and Bell Bottom Blue pigment in the crease. Then I high lighted with Shore Leave and lined my eyes with Bell Bottom Blue. This was a super easy look that I received a lot of complements on!

  2. Golden Yellow pigment on the upper lid. Mutiny blown out in the inner half of the crease area fading into Bell Bottom Blue for the outer portion of the crease area. Define the crease with Naval and blend. Shore Leave to highlight the brow bone. Bell Bottom Blue along the lower lash line and pulled down to smoke it out a little and some more Naval blended as close to the lower lash line as possible for some depth.

  3. Nell

    I´m going to try the following (not sure if I have the nerve to wear it in public):

    Rollickin pp on lid
    Mutiny on lid
    Blacktrack fluidline

    Emote blush

    Marisheeno l/s
    Bare Necessity dazzleglass

  4. Julia

    Last night I was playing around with my pigments and eyeshadows and I came up with this…

    Parrot (very slightly damp brush) over the lid, Teal pigment used in the outer V (damp) and Mutiny pigment used in the inner V (also damp) and blended out.

    It was pretty!

  5. Nora

    Vanilla pigment from lashline to brow bone. Mutiny in the crease and outer 2/3 of the eyelid area. Then take some black eyeshadow and a light, fluffy brush (I actually used my smudge brush from Sephora) and put the black in the majority of the crease and the outer 1/3 of the eyelid, so as to make sure the Mutiny blue stands out. My new favorite look!

    Not too dark for daytime, not too blue for the workplace!!!

  6. Sara

    i ordered a sample from someone. i haven’t gotten in yet, but im sure i’ll be rocking it over my otherworldly paint pot! i’m sure ill be using it with the blues i have, deep truth, parrot, felt blue. is there any way that mutiny WOULDN’T look good?

  7. It looks so cool!I guess I will use the powder blush in Springsheen (MAC)and Laura Mercier’s Dreamy Collection eyeshadow duos for blend.Also a angel-pink sheer lipgloss for baby lips.

  8. kobri

    I was so glad you asked this because that is the question I have been asking myself! I have been looking at all the swatches and wanted Mutiny, but was wondering how to make is wearable for me, as much as I love bright colours I am still shy of them. So I went down to my MAC store to figure it out (I have been in the UK so this was my first chance to see the NN in person, yay!) This is what we came up with:
    Untitled Paint- lashes to brows
    Mutiny- on lid
    Illegal Cargo- in crease and lower lash line
    Earthline Technakohl- Upper and lower lash lines
    Plushlash Black
    Ensign Lustreglass

    I am totally loving it! The mutiny deepens the Ilegal cargo

  9. Mimi

    check out this video using mutiny pigment. i love this girls videos she is really good and iam so going to create this look

  10. Julie

    Mutiny on lid
    Violet in crease
    Gesso (white) in inner eye corner to brighten
    Grape in outer crease to deepen
    Lovely Lily as highlight

    I love the blueish-purple combination for my green eyes.