MAC Jealousy Wakes Eyeshadow Comparisons & Swatches (Part 2)


MAC Odalisque, Sugarpill Junebug, MAC Jealousy Wakes, MAC Surf USA

MAC Jealousy Wakes Eyeshadow Comparisons & Swatches (Part 2)

As promised, I did play around with mixing both MAC Teal and MAC Emerald Green pigments to see if it would create something closer. It does — I had the best results when I did Emerald Green as the base color and patted Teal on top–you get a more reflective, metallic-like sheen and the green doesn’t pop as much but it’s close. I also included some more comparisons below.  If you’re trying to dupe the color, it definitely seems like mixing a medium green with a shimmery teal will be your best bet.

  • MAC Odalisque is pretty much a different color entirely–very much blue in comparison.
  • Sugarpill June Bug has more of a blackened green base with forest green shimmer in comparison.
  • MAC Surf USA is much bluer, more of a teal. It’s like it has the color of the teal shimmer/sheen of Jealousy Wakes but it lacks the green.
  • MAC Ego is a blackened forest green and looks much darker than Jealousy Wakes.
  • Sugarpill Midori is a brighter green–less teal in it–in contrast to Surf USA, this has more of the green base of Jealousy Wakes but not the teal shimmer/sheen.
  • MAC Sassy Grass is a rich grass green, but it’s not really like Jealousy Wakes.
  • MAC Teal is more of a teal, so it ends up being bluer.

See more swatches! 


MAC Odalisque, Sugarpill Junebug, MAC Jealousy Wakes, MAC Surf USA


MAC Ego, Sugarpill Midori, MAC Jealousy Wakes, MAC Sassy Grass


MAC Teal Pigment, MAC Jealousy Wakes, MAC Emerald Green with Teal patted on top,
MAC Teal with Emerald Green patted on top, MAC Emerald Green


MAC Jealousy Wakes, MAC Emerald Green with Teal patted on top,
MAC Teal with Emerald Green patted on top, MAC Emerald Green