Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

The Look Book

If you were using MAC In the Groove Eyeshadow?, what look would you create with it?

What shadows would you use? What would you use on cheeks? Anything added to the lips? Create a look using whatever you want, as long as you include today’s look book product!

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6 thoughts on “What would you pair with MAC In the Groove Eyeshadow?

  1. I used this one with the peachy tone on the lid, the burgundy in the crease, and the greenish one under the lower lashline. But I’m interested in more original combinations :)

  2. iris

    Love this trio! I found out that the pinky peach shadow looks best layered over coral crepe paint pot! I then apply the golden green shadow on the inner half of the lid with the maroon shadow in the crease or as a liner. on the cheeks i prefer a peachy blush like ripe peach by mac. for the lips i use a light coral gloss…done :)

  3. Jennifer

    I have this…I put the pink color in the inner lower lid, green middle to outer part of lower lid, and the burgundy in the crease and outer part of lower lid. I put bisque I believe as a brow bone color. I used Urban Decay’s 24/7 liner in bourbon, and badgal lash mascara.

    I paired it with Nars orgasm lipgloss, and for the face I wore tinted moisturizer by laura mercier in Nude, posey bluscreme by mac, and to the beach bronze creme by mac for contour. As well as Shell CCB by mac for highlight areas.

  4. Indoorkitty

    This is one of my summer faves this year; I’m a yellow-based NC 40 for reference. I first put on UDPP then Benefit’s Cream Shadow in Recess as a light base. I put the pistachio green on the inner 2/3rds of lid, sheerly blend out the brown on the outer third, and high-light under the brow bone and in the tear duct with the peach. Then use the brown to define the upper lash line with a push brush. I finish off the rest of the face with Mac’s Stereo Rose, By Candlelight as highlight, and either a sheer nude or coral lip gloss. Perfection!!!

    Yay, this is the first one I’ve been able to comment on. šŸ˜€

  5. Shannon

    I actually have this trio, it’s nice but somewhat disappointed with my experimentations so far. To be fair, I think it’s more about my unskilled applications than anything but I’m trying! I used Painterly paint pot as a primer, the peachy coral as my highlighter on the brow and inner eye as it’s very light & sheer, then the taupe (it’s not very green, honest, it’s mostly the lighting of the pic) as my lid color w/the burgundy as my crease and applied it wet as my liner. I applied Comfort MSF lightly to my cheekbones and around my face with a light blush on the apples of my cheeks and then just a lip moisturizer.

  6. stefania

    Musing On Beauty has write:
    I used this one with the peachy tone on the lid, the burgundy in the crease, and the greenish one under the lower lashline. But Iā€™m interested in more original combinations_
    my answer is the same_ let us know different ways to use it,please_