M·A·C Shadows are simply the best… sought after by Legends and Lolitas, Punks and Princesses, and all the pretty girls and boys who know what’s killer when they see it! Season after season they show the love – now it’s our turn with Love That Look!
An intensified take on everything incredible about M·A·C Starflash eyeshadow, with a formula so astro-silky, creamy, cushion-like, and pearl-finished, in a fantasia of 12 fabulously frosted shades. Four pearlglide liners to give the people what they want, essential Zoomblack Mascara and the 217 blending and 239 eyeshadow brushes that can make any first-time-tryer a true believer. Love That Look… Everybody interesting does!
Starflash Eyeshadow ($14.50 U.S. / $17.00 CDN)
Grand Entrance Frosty neutral peach beige
Dreammaker Frosty yellow gold
Smoke & Diamonds Frosty dirty taupe
Glamour Check! Frosty reddish brown
Strike a Pose Dirty/Deep blue green
Ego Light yellow pink
Fashion Groupie Light blue violet
Unbasic White Bright off white
One-Off Mid-tone green with silver pearl
Rated “R” Bright yellow green
Style Snob Dirty pink brown with gold pearl
Fashion Light grey green with gold pearl
Pearlglide Eyeliner ($14.50 U.S. / $17.00 CDN)
Black Russian Black with navy blue glitter
Rave Deep purple with purple glitter
Molasses Dirty brown with mid-tone brown glitter
Fly-By-Blu Light blue with blue glitter
Zoom Lash ($13.00 U.S. / $15.50 CDN)
Zoomblack Rich black
217 Blending Brush For shading or blending of colour or creamy products ($22.50 U.S. / $27.00 CDN)
239 Eye Shader Brush Soft and dense to shade or blend eyeshadow or emolient-based products. ($24.50 U.S. / $29.50 CDN)
Availability: July 23rd, 2009 and July 30th for North America locations. August 2009 for international.
Applying your foundation should be an easy, streamlined process. This is a video will show you how I apply my foundation. Stay tuned for additional videos on blush and highlighting/contouring (for everyday)!
MAC Strobe Cream (Not recommended if you are being photographed a lot–it’s better for in-person viewing, ha!)
Make Up For Ever’s Aqua Eyes line is probably one of the top eyeliner formulas on the market to-date. It’s extremely budge-proof, smudge-proof, and water-resistant. It actually holds up quite well to all three claims. Add to that a diverse range of color choices (Sephora sells 25), and you have a winning combination. They’re smooth, well-pigmented, and deliver long-lasting color.
#5L is a khaki-bronze with a hint of green in it. It’s like a deep, slightly green-toned antique gold. I love wearing this with golds, browns, and greens.
#17L is a soft, yellowed spring green with soft shimmer sheen. I was hoping for a little more chartreuse in it, but it’s still a nice, subtle liner color.
#20L is a forest-green with teal in it. I adore this one — a definite must-have. I pair it with blues, teals, and greens.
#12L is a dark blue with a subtle shimmer-sheen. It’s not super unique, but it’s a nice blue shade.
#7L is a nice pop of blue-based turquoise. It’s the brightest color that I own.
#15L is an violet-blue shade. I liked this one, because I felt like it was fairly unique. I don’t have anything like this in my collection of eye liners.
#10L is a bronzy-copper. It’s very “me” in a sense, because I love these kinds of warm-toned bronzes. It’s great with warm-toned looks, particularly neutral looks, for an extra kick.