MAC Miss Piggy Pink is a moderately cool-toned, light-medium pink with a satin finish. It is a limited edition eyeshadow that retails for $17.00 and contains 0.05 oz.
That new shade is Miss Piggy Pink, which MAC describes as a "mid-tone blue pink" with a frost finish. It's a cool-toned, blue-based pink that has a little lilac in it; it does pull just a little purple in some lighting. The finish looks more like a satin than frost, because it's a very subtle sheen rather than an overt frosted finish. Of course, the real issue is the dry, stiff texture that delivers sheer, uneven color that's as difficult to work with as it is to swatch. It took about eight applications to achieve the color shown in the look pictured below; I don't mean patting the brush once on the top of the shadow and flicking it against the lid--I mean swirling and jabbing the brush against the eyeshadow to loosen the powder and then patting, not sweeping, onto the lid to pack on the color. Possibly even taking a palette knife and scraping off a layer to pack onto the lid. I can get it to work, but boy, the amount of effort and unnecessary time spent on it, is disappointing when you're shelling out $15 for it.
FURTHER READING: Formula Overview, which is a detailed review of the range as a whole.
These saturated shadows in neutral and metallic shades and multiple finishes stay on all day long with non-creasing, eight-hour wear. The result: potent colour payoff that applies evenly, blends well and can be used wet or dry.