MAC Supernatural Dazzle Dazzleshadows Reviews, Photos, Swatches

01/06

MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow
MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow

Oh So Gilty

MAC Oh So Gilty Dazzleshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a light-medium gold with warm, orange undertones and a sparkling, metallic finish. It had nearly opaque pigmentation applied dry with a soft, blendable texture that was a touch dry. There was minimal fallout during application, and it wore well for eight hours with very little fallout as well. If used with a dampened brush, it was slightly better, though.

Formula Overview

$18.00/0.05 oz. - $360.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.

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Ingredients


01/06

MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow
MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow

Shine De-light

MAC Shine De-light Dazzleshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a pale lavender with cool undertones and a chunky, sparkling finish. It had very sheer coverage when I worked with it on its own, just dry, as it was looser and rather chunky with less of a base color. This is a shade I could see patted on top of cream eyeshadows or used with a dampened brush (which yielded more medium coverage). On its own, it stayed on well for a few hours and had lots of fallout.

Formula Overview

$18.00/0.05 oz. - $360.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.

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Ingredients

01/06

MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow

Midnight Shine

MAC Midnight Shine Dazzleshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a deep, plummy brown with warm undertones and a sparkling finish. It had semi-opaque color payoff when applied dry, but it was more loosely pressed and chunky enough that it did not go on evenly and had tons of fallout during application as a result. I could salvage the shade by using it with a dampened brush, which helped to combine the powder and sparkles for richer coverage and better adhesion. On its own, it lasted for seven hours with some fallout.

Formula Overview

$18.00/0.05 oz. - $360.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.

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Ingredients

01/06

MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow

Dazzle Style

MAC Dazzle Style Dazzleshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a medium, reddish bronze with warm, golden sparkle and a pearly sheen. It had rich color payoff applied dry, though it deepened slightly when applied with a dampened brush. The texture was soft, smooth, and blendable without resulting in tons of fallout during application. It wore well for eight hours with slight fallout over time.

Formula Overview

$18.00/0.05 oz. - $360.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.

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Ingredients

01/08

MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzleshadows | Look Details
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC Dazzleshadows | Look Details
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow
MAC It's About Shine Dazzleshadow

It's About Shine

MAC It’s All About Shine Dazzleshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a pale, white gold with large, chunky sparkle and a metallic finish. It had sheer coverage on its own, and when I used a dampened brush, it amped up the pigmentation incredibly (though it’s supposed to be pigmented dry). This shade was hard to apply dry, as there was little underlying pigment and such large sparkle that there was little that adhered to the lid and lots that dropped below the lid. If you’re someone who tends to use tacky primers or doesn’t mind using a dampened brush, it might still appeal, but as it’s described, it was a big miss.

Formula Overview

$18.00/0.05 oz. - $360.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.

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Ingredients

01/06

MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow
MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow

Dreamy Beams

MAC Dreamy Beams Dazzleshadow ($18.00 for 0.05 oz.) is a dark, rosy brown with warm undertones and a sparkling finish. The consistency was drier and more loosely-pressed in the pan, which resulted in slightly uneven applciation and semi-opaque color payoff (when used dry). To improve it, I’d recommend using a dampened brush, which helped to combine the powder and sparkles more and yielded more opaque, smoother results. On its own, it lasted for eight hours with minimal fallout.

Formula Overview

$18.00/0.05 oz. - $360.00 Per Ounce

The formula is supposed to have "rich, stay-true pigments" that have a "twinkling sheen" with "minimal fallout." I didn't see it state that the formula could be used wet, but my experience is that it definitely can and often is preferable to apply the shades with a dampened brush to get richer coverage and smoother application. Some shades, however, work well on their own (pigmented, blendable, fairly long-wearing), and they have minimal to light fallout depending on the shades--the chunkier the sparkle, the more likely there is of greater fallout. The texture is soft, sometimes a little drier to the touch, but most shades are blendable.

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Ingredients

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About the Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). (For more information, please check the FAQ.)

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Christine, I saw these in person at my local MAC store. I saw them online and thought the two purple shades were really pretty; but, when I saw them for myself, they were really bad. The lavender shade was just so chalky; while the darker purple was weirdly grainy in texture. I had to pass. I love a good sparkle shadow as much as the next makeup girly grrrl; but, you confirmed my suspicions once again. My wallet is forever in your debt.

I have! From the Disco collection a few years ago, I had one color that was pretty on the lid, but difficult to work with and had mega fallout. I still liked the way it looked, so I put up with it. Not sure if I want to do that again, so money saved.

No matter how much I may love a shade (or few?), I’m restraining myself from buying any more glittery eyeshadows. After all, between Fenty Galaxy Palette, UD Moondust and the DoC The Girls quad, I think I’m stocked to the gills with glitter!

I swatched these new shades in store, and in my opinion, they are so dry feeling, they feel nothing like the other shades that we’re first released a couple years ago. I feel the formulation has definitely changed. I own all of the first released shades and compared to these new shades, it’s like night and day.

Mac should just make a glitter primer and state that these are best used with it. Seems like it would be the smart way to go!

MAC really needs to step up their eyeshadow game. Seriously, I can’t remember the last time their new release didn’t contain some subpar quality eyeshadow.

I bought this in the shade “I like 2 watch” I used it once so far and it worked well dry. I used it over a shadow. So, I don’t know yet as to how it performs on it’s own. I am disappointed that the shade “It’s about shine” performed so badly for you, I just ordered it yesterday. If it’s that bad, it needs to go back.

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