MAC Eyeshadow Palettes: My Oranges, Yellows, Golds — Limited Edition

MAC Eyeshadow Palettes: My Oranges, Yellows, Golds — Limited Edition

It’s Sunday, so why not have some fun and play guess-the-MAC-eyeshadows?  But in a way more epic way, since MAC has put out a bajillion limited edition shades.  Hey, I can’t even name all of these without cheating, and I’ve owned them for years…

Some clues…

  • All shades are limited edition (I have all permanent shades in separate palettes)
  • 95% of my limited edition eyeshadows are from 2004-2010, with an emphasis on 2009-2010
  • There may be duplicates of some limited edition shades
  • Square-shaped shades are from holiday palettes

What’s inside the palette…

Top Row: Fab & Flashy, Off the Page, Pollinator, Evening Aura, Straw Harvest
Middle Row: Flip, Jasmine, Bright Future, Going Bananas, Crest the Wave
Bottom Row: Dreammaker, Creme de Miel, Creme de Miel, Dreammaker, Rose Blanc

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