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MAC Cosmetics – Green 031

I used Pastorale pigment on lid, Motif eyeshadow on inner lid, Overgrown eyeshadow on inner lid, Juxt eyeshadow on middle of lid, Scarab eyeshadow on outer lid and crease, Juxt eyeshadow above crease, Hush eyeshadow on brow, and Graphblack technakohl on lower lash line. I had Foolish Me blush and Glissade mineralize skinfinish on cheeks with Enriched Refined Bronze to contour and Lightscapade mineralize skinfinish to highlight. I wore Curtsy lipstick with Pas-de-deux lipglass on my lips.


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I purhased pastorale pigment after I saw a MAC m.a. wearing it. I noticed that you used it beautifully a couple of times. I love the shimmer to it in your looks, yet when I try to put it on it just comes out a boring green with a lot of glitter, rather than looking like the consistency of a cream eyeshadow. The MAC m.a. layered it over a shade stick and then mixed it with white es, but it came out a mess when I did it. How did you make the pigments look like cream eyeshadows?

Hi Kelly,

I use pigments with a touch of MAC’s water-based mixing medium (or a homemade version which is three parts water to one part glycerin), so that’s why they look “creamy” because they get applied just a tad damply.

Scarab is by MAC, but it was in a limited edition quad called Thunder Eyes (I think…) that came out a year or so ago.