Monday, August 24th, 2009

If you were using MAC Rated R 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 today’s look book product!

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14 thoughts on “Look Book – What would you pair with MAC Rated R Eyeshadow?

  1. Kim

    I’d combine rated r with one off, gulfstream and fashion groupie in the crease. Femme fi as highlighter, peachykeen on my cheeks and marquise ‘d on my lips. I tried this look yesterday, ok maybe it’s a little OTT but i like it!

  2. Lindsay

    Inspired by a post on Specktra I used Shroom, Rated “R” & Strike a Pose eyeshadows with Rave eyeliner for this look.

  3. I love to wear Rated R on the lids w/ Rave liner, a bronzed face, and Girl About Town lipstick… such a fun stand-out combo!

  4. Stacey

    I’ve been wearing Rated R with Smoke n Diamonds lately… with Lollipop Lovin’ lipstick. I love chartreuse and greys together :)

  5. I did this look combining Rated R with blues at the end of July when the collection came out:

    I’ll definitely be pairing it with other colors, too!

  6. Amy

    Last Sunday I wore R-Rated in the middle of the lid with The Balm’s Risky Renee eyeshadow ( a deep indigo with purple shimmer) in the inner and outer lid, with MAC Copperplate in the crease, with MAC Kid above crease blending into Copperplate and finally with MAC Shroom as browbone highlight. On cheeks Love Rock blush and finished with Wonderstruck lipglass.

  7. Bettina

    I smoked it out wth carbon…that was pretty fun.

  8. Taj

    I actually used it today with Family Silver…turned out really nice:

    Light side of Family Silver on inner lid and inner v and brow highlight
    Rated R on center of lid and into crease
    Smoke and Diamonds on crease and v
    Darker side of Family silver on crease to blend
    Tarnish upper and lower lashlines then smudged
    Humid on top of Tarnish drylined upper and lower lashlines

  9. maxiene

    I tried Rated R all over the lid, Fashion Groupie on the outer corner and crease and Crystal Avalanche on the inner corner and brow. Black eye liner and black mascara. Works well with a color like Lollypop Lovin’, Odyssey or Madly Creative. Add a Dazzleglass like Sugarrimmed for extra sparkle.

  10. Christy

    Started with Painterly Paint Pot, then I used Rated R all over with One Off & Strike a Pose in the crease. Strike a Pose above the crease with Blanc Type and a teeny bit of Femme-fi on the brow bone. Then Unbasic White in the tearduct. Lined with Feline, Zoomlash mascara, Warm Soul MB, Soft & Gentle highlighter and Victoria’s Secret Babydoll lipgloss.

  11. R

    I think it looks great on the inner 2/3 of the eyelind w humid, strike a pose or Gray Range (from the Photorealism quad from MAC MAC) in the outer 1/3 and crease! Simple, easy, and really really pretty. Nylon as a highlight, maybe Soft Force on the inner tearduct to brighten it up, Daft Pink MB on the cheeks and any nude lip!