Monday, May 26th, 2008

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

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23 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair MAC’s Ricepaper eyeshadow with?

  1. Vee

    I wear Rice Paper on the entire lid, then Amber Lights in the crease and on the outer corner, blended well. Buried Treasure lining my top lashes and PlushLash Black on my lashes. Tenderling blush on the cheeks, with Strada as a contour and Natural Flame loose beauty powder as a highlighter. Varneesh lip lacquer on my lips.

  2. Vanessa

    EVERYTHING! I think I have or can use this color in every look I do!! Whether it be highlight, inner corner, or even the whole lid. I love this color!

  3. lala

    ok funny today I worked rice paper :)

    I had jardin aires all over lid and slight above crease, ricepaper all over lid slight above crease, mulch dust in the middle of the lid…embark in the crease and above, magnetic fields in the crease, timespace above crease, ricepaper on browbone

  4. I would use this all the way up to my browbone, with maybe a light brown color all over the lid, and espresso in the crease. I would go for a light pink color on the cheeks and for the lips I would use a light pink glossy color :)

  5. Erin/slipnslide

    I use it with colors like Romp, Amber Lights, Sumptuous Olive… but really it works for everything.

  6. listrikmu

    OMG…i love ricepaper! But i normally use it as a highlighter. Think I’ll start using it as a all-over color or an inner corner/lid color too. Thanks all!

  7. SOPHIA

    I use RicePaper on inner crease and highlight, and then Aquadisiac on the outer corner and crease. Just 2 refreshing colors! Pink cheeks and lips using Stila Convertible Lip and Cheek Cream colour in Illuim (whatever the spelling..)

  8. OMG I LOVE RICEPAPER!!!! I use it as a highlighter/inner lid with sumptuous olive, satin taupe, coppering, mythology, and well just about anything lol!! For cheeks I was use coygirl or something sheer pink, and lips bare necessity dazzleglass. If I were to use satin tuaupe, or another brown on middle lid, I would use magnetic fields on outter corner

  9. Theresa

    This is the BESTEST (if there ever was a word) colour MAC has ever produced!!! It goes with all and I really mean ALL the e/s!!

    I would do a smoky blue look with MOON’S REFLECTION all over lid, FRESHWATER middle lid, FLASHTRACK outer lid with CONTRAST on the middle and upper outer crease, blended well and finally, RICEPAPER at the upper lid to highlight.
    Would use SWEET AS COCOA blusher for the cheeks and finish off MALT lipstick with BEAUX lipglass over but not before lining the lips with SPICE liner.

  10. Kat

    Ricepaper is fantastic, I use is nearly everytime I do my eye makeup. It’s a great highlighter and lid colour. And it’s a great colour to use as part of my work-safe makeup routine.

    MAC better not stop making ricepaper ever, or I’ll cry :-(