Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

View product photos of pigments in this post.


Accent Red


Aire de Blu


All Girl


Apricot Pink


Azreal Blue


Blue (RR)


Blue Brown


Chartreuse


Coco


Coco Beach


Cocomotion


Copper


Copperized


Coppersparkle


Dark Soul


Dazzleray


Deckchair


Deep Blue Green


Emerald Green


Fuchsia


Gold


Gold Dusk


Golden Lemon


Golden Olive


Golder’s Green


Gold Mode


Jardin Aires


Kelly Green


Lily White


Lovely Lily

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24 thoughts on “MAC Cosmetics – Products – Pigments

  1. Janis

    Is Revved Up a good dupe for Apricot Pink? I mean, can I use Revved Up instead of it with the looks you’ve made using AP?

  2. Cristine

    i would love for you to make a tut with silver fog, i dont know what to use it with :)

  3. Jeni

    is all girl similar to pink pearl?

  4. barisaxyvet

    Hi there,
    I wanted to send an email straight to you with this question, but am having trouble finding how to do so. I have perhaps an odd question:
    What is the letter and number combination that is on an authentic Pink Opal and an authentic Cornflower pigment. I believe that my sister may have purchased a counterfeit one off of eBay (box sticker says “pink opal” and color/texture of pigment may be this, but jar sticker says “A76 Cornflower” and back of box in the black nearly hidden ink says “A76″) and I don’t really know how to go about finding out this information. I thought that if you didn’t have it, you may be able to point me in a good direction.
    Thanks for any help that you can give me!

    • Hey hun!

      Here’s some info: “MAC has been using a 3-character batch code since the year 2000. To determine when a product was made, you will need to check the batch number, which is printed on the label on the bottom of the jar.

      The first character represents which run the item was made, the second character represents the month, and the third character represents the year.

      Thusly, B54 means the second run on May 2004.”

      Usually to determine fakes, pictures are the easiest way.

  5. catie

    Hi,

    I’m new to pigments. Would you recommend buying rushmetal, revved up, mauvement or are they really chunky and difficult to apply.

    Thanks.

  6. catie

    Thanks for your help.

  7. Ceci

    Hi, i LOVE your blog and i simply read it everyday again and again! Haha!

    because i find your swatches and reviews and tutorial, basically everything, so useful! and so i would like to request if you can swatch all the pigments you have on your hand.

    Thanks!

  8. Evelyn

    is aire de blu a good dupe for mutiny?
    slash is it still being sold?

  9. cmferrets

    wow they all look so pretty . i wish i were into mac back in 2007, thanx christine!

  10. Sonia

    what is the mixing medium you use with pigments?

  11. eileen

    hi christine!
    do you know any MAC pigments that looks similar to Rushmetal?