Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

If you were using MAC 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?

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12 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair with MAC Mutiny pigment?

  1. TSafari

    Mutiny with #239 packed over Blue Peep Fluidline with #195 (as a base)with Black Tied blended through the socket line and lower lashline with #219, and pulled out into a winged smokey eye, then Silverthorn buffed back through with the trust #217, Blacktrack on the upper lashline, a bit of Fascinating in the waterline, and a soft splash of Ey Tu Bouquet? as an inner and brow highlight, with the #217.
    Trace Gold on the cheeks, with Soft and Gentle buffed crazily back over top for a metallic finish, and pretty pouty lips with Way to Love over lips sculpted and contoured first using Creme Sherry and Summerfruit.
    I love the soft RR shades used with that extra ooomphhh!

  2. Natasha

    For a simple look, you can pair it with the new Silverstroke eyeshadow =)

  3. KaylaK

    I used it in a look the other day, I put Mutiny on the lid, Silverthorn in the crease, and I mixed Retrospeck and Vellum together as my highlight. I skipped top eyeliner but I used UD Electric to line my bottom. It was a really pretty semi-natural eye look.

  4. hi

    Mutiny is PERFECT for bright, springtime eyes! Soft Ochre as a base, Mutiny on lid, Deep Truth on outer lid and crease, Filament on the inner lid. No liner on the top, but use Deep Truth on the lower lashline and darken the outer lower lashline with Carbon. Use black Dazzle Lash on lashes, Lingering eye brows LIGHTLY on brows, and Well Dressed blush on apples of cheeks. Smooth Pink Nouveau lipstick on lips, and you’re done!

  5. Ooh, I recently did a FOTD with Mutiny: Mutiny Blues.

    I used Mutiny all over the lid with HIP Showy teal (or MAC Parrot) in the outer corner/crease, then I used my Kat von D Ludwig palette light blue on my inner corner and the dark blue on the outer bottom lashline. Then I used a dark navy eyeliner to tightline my bottom outer lashline, and applied mascara on top lashes.

    I LOVE Mutiny. It’s so freaking pretty, but I’m new to pigments and it’s a little hard to work with, so I don’t find myself reaching for it often. =/

  6. i did my friend’s fotd with delft pp on the the outer 2 thirds of the lid, woodwinked in the inner corner of the eye, mutiny pigment (applied wet with fix+) in the middle third of the eye, teal pigment (applied dry) in the outer third with deep truth in the outer v and slightly into the crease. i used deep truth on the lower lashline and blacktrak f/l on the upper lashline (winged out)

    i used spice l/p & beaux l/g on her lips; format blush for the cheeks

  7. molly you think you can do a top 10 must have or favorite pigments that you adore…That would be great. thx 😉

  8. hmm, some satiny milky colour for highlight, Muiny pigment on the crease, a matte moroccan orange on the lid, neautral lips, and rosey copper cheeks

  9. Beto Kylie

    I ended up pretty much looking like the A Rose Romance model by doing this:

    Silverthorn for brow highlight
    Mutiny on the lid
    Shadowy Lady on the crease
    Creme de Violet on the lower lash line
    Fascinating on the waterline

    Looking at the model’s picture I thought I saw a thick, but discrete, line of Of Summer under Creme de Violet (the purple on the lower lash line), so I’m getting Of Summer eyeshadow the next time I go to MAC to complete the look. I simply LOVE it!

    At MAC, on their look book, they suggest a look similar to the model’s, but they use Of Summer as a highlighter and on the lower lash line without using Silverthorn or Creme de Violet.

  10. Julie DK

    I once did a Mutiny look like this:
    Silver Bleu shadestick as a base along with Painterly.
    Mutiny on the entire lid, Violet pigment in the crease and blended a bit on the outer lid, Shoom as a highlight, Gape/Entremauve to darken Violet and same as liner on the lover lash line. Black track and mascara.
    Oh, and a tiny bit of Silver in the tearduct area and beginning of lover lash line. Loved but have not done it since.