Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

View product photos of pigments in this post.





Off the Radar

Old Gold



Pink Bronze

Pinked Mauve

Pink Opal

Pink Pearl


Quick Frost

Revved Up




Silver Fog

Smoke Signal


Softwash Grey

Steel Blue




True Chartreuse



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8 thoughts on “MAC Cosmetics – Products – Pigments – Part 2

  1. Emm

    Between this page and the last I am so jealous of your collection of pigments. So beautiful I need them ALL!

  2. glitter princess

    love ur collection

  3. Glam

    The yellow pigment is gorgeous!!

  4. Yvee G

    i saw some girl on a blog that had posted her Mac collection on her blog and one pigment was called silver ring and the other was called sweet lust. those names sounded familiar so i used my friend google and googled everywhere i only found that those were potted eyeshadows. I left her a comment saying that they might be fakes. But then she was like no i got them from work at a Macy’s counter years ago in a collection that came out. I think they’re fakes but she doesnt wanna say. But hey i warned her i told her they could be made with unsafe things.

    so I guess i have a question has MAC ever released pigments with the same names as some eye shadows?

    BTW i have Mauvement its kinda chunky but the color is soo great i wish i would’ve bought the full sized one last year when it kept being repromoted. :(
    hope they repromote again haha i’d hate to buy a fake online!!

    • No, those are both eyeshadows. There is a Silver pigment, but not a Silver Ring pigment. Maybe once MAC has used the same name for a pigment, but I can’t think of an example.