Monday, February 3rd, 2014

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow ($21.00 for 0.06 oz.) is a mix of pink and brown that runs mostly warm, with the exception of the lightest pink, which does have a cool undertone. This was the best of the four released in the collection, as two shades were really nicely pigmented and much smoother and less powdery to work with. It’s not a product I would run out to buy, though, as I still had wear issues (six hours with the exception of one shade, which lasted six and a half hours) and some fall out from the more glittery shades.

Pink Sensibilities #1 is described as a “pinky brown.” It’s a brightened, medium brown with a warm, rosy tone to it and a frosted, metallic finish. It was the least powdery and most smooth, pigmented shade out of the collection. Applied dry, it was semi-opaque, and applied with a dampened brush, it was fully opaque. It even wore for about a half hour longer. See comparison swatches.

Pink Sensibilities #2 is described as an “icy blue pink.” It’s a light-medium, cool-toned pink with a frosted, sparkling finish. This one had some fall out during wear, as it was on the glittery side. The texture was slightly gritty and powdery, so I would highly recommend patting it over a stick base or applying it with a dampened brush (probably wet it more than usual). It was sheer when I applied it dry, and then it was mostly opaque when applied with a dampened brush. This shade is very similar to at least two of the other “icy pinks” MAC included in the now-permanent Mineralize Eyeshadow Quads. See comparison swatches.

Pink Sensibilities #3 is described as a “yellow pink.” It’s a light-medium, yellow-toned pink with warm undertones and a frosted sheen. It wasn’t too powdery, but it was glittery enough that I saw some fall out occur during wear. It was semi-sheer applied dry, then more opaque when applied with a dampened brush. See comparison swatches.

Pink Sensibilities #4 is described as a “chocolate brown.” It’s a medium-dark, warm-toned brown with muted, reddish undertones and a sparkling, soft frost finish. It had semi-opaque color coverage when applied dry, and then full color payoff when applied with a dampened brush. It was fairly smooth and just a smidgen on the powdery side. See comparison swatches.

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Pink Sensibilities

B-

Product

8/10

Pigmentation

9.5/10

Texture

8/10

Longevity

6.5/10

Application

4.5/5

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Pink Sensibilities #1

B+

Product

8.5/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

8.5/10

Longevity

7/10

Application

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Pink Sensibilities #2

C+

Product

7.5/10

Pigmentation

9/10

Texture

7.5/10

Longevity

6/10

Application

4.5/5

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MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities #1 Mineralize Eyeshadow

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MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
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MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities: #2 (inner lid), #3 (middle of lid), #1 (outer lid),
#5 (crease), Tarina Tarantino Cute Robot (lower lash line)

MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow
MAC Pink Sensibilities: #2 (inner lid), #3 (middle of lid), #1 (outer lid),
#5 (crease), Tarina Tarantino Cute Robot (lower lash line)

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16 thoughts on “MAC Pink Sensibilities Mineralize Eyeshadow Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. Unfortunately the best of the bunch has the colors that I am least interested in :-(

  2. So far, this one is my favorite out of all the mineralized shadows from this collection. But, I still think I’m going to pass on it – none of these are that exciting to me. The lipsticks are what I’m lusting after.

  3. Mmmm – I’m glad this one came out as the best of the four, because it’s also the most delicious looking! Sorry – it just reminded me immediately of a Pinky Bar (or some other chocolate/strawberry cream confection) when I saw it! ^_^
    Sylirael Recently Posted: Cool and Stealthy – The Essence of a Rogue with Tarte’s MATTEnificence Eyeshadow Palette (and Dollface Blush)

  4. isabelle

    I think this could be the best out of the Three other eyeshadows. This is an interesting Combination of colors and honestly they suits you well.. I’ll go for pink sensibilities then and petal power.

  5. Some of these shades appear really sheer, can hardly see them on the eyes! I’m not a big fan of the MAC Mineralize range of products, will skip this.
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  6. They look really crappy – I can see why you’re not a fan! I also can’t discern the difference between the two browns, and also the two pinks.

  7. This looks like a work-friendly quad! :) All look so pretty on the pan!

  8. All of these quads look beautiful, but I think this one is my favorite!