MAC Druzy is a slightly warm-toned, light taupe with a glitter finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow that retails for $17.00 and contains 0.05 oz.
Druzy is described as a "dirty mauvy purple [with a Lustre finish]." It has a cool-toned, mauvy taupe base with copper and gold flecks of sparkle. This is an old school Lustre that's a total pain to work with, because it's a mess and rains sparkle/glitter all over your face and applies virtually no color. Since nothing adhered to the skin, I had to use it damp (even though it will cause the top layer to harden--Lustres, due to their dryness, seem very prone to hardening over time through oils on fingertips/brushes and are unforgiving if you use them with a damp brush) to even get anything to stick to the skin. The texture is dry, gritty, and there was no color or sparkle left after four hours. It had very sheer color payoff, and it was sheer by even Lustre standards (which is a sheerer finish with more sparkle). The color looks so promising in the pan--if only it was a Veluxe Pearl! It's hard to "dupe" this since there's little base color to replicate, but here are two possibilities that seemed like what you might have expected in a swatch. MAC Force of Nature #2 (LE, $21.00) is far more opaque. MAC Frozen Violet (P, $18.50) is a cream product that leans purpler. See comparison swatches / no Dupe List available, as I really don't think these are dupes.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
M·A·C Eyeshadow is a highly pigmented powder formula that applies evenly and blends well. Suitable for use either wet or dry, it's available in a wide variety of textures and finishes.