MAC Nude Collection: New Pigments
MAC’s Nude Collection is a PRO-only release (much like the Chromagraphic Pencils) and there really isn’t much to it. I will review Barelash Pro Longlash separately (probably next week), and I already covered the nude Chromagraphic Pencils here. This leaves us with two new PRO pigments — Naked Dark (medium beige with pearlized pigments) and Naked Deep Dark (dark beige with pearlized pigments).
- Naked is a light, flesh-toned beige-pink. it’s almost like a nude champagne pink with a slight golden shimmer-sheen.
- Naked Dark is a medium tan with a beige-nude tone with subtle gold sheen.
- Naked Deep Dark is a darkened brown with an almost taupe edge when used wet. It also has a slight golden sheen.
There’s not much to say about these, to be honest! They’re three variations of flesh-toned (or nude, ha ha) colors in pigment form. Naked has always been around, but it’s always been a great highlighter and natural highlighter for those with lighter skin tones. These could also be mixed into moisturizer for a little shimmer and sheen on decolletage, too. All three shades were well pigmented when used wet, and they have very soft, finely milled texture–no chunky pigments here, no glitter, no frostiness.
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- Product: 28/30
- Value: 9/10
- Ease of Use: 4/5
- Packaging: 4/5
Recommendation: If you’ve been looking for neutral pigments, the new PRO pigments are perfect for that. For those with medium or darker skin tones who have wanted a pigment highlighter, these might work, too.
Availability: MAC PRO