Parfait Amour

MAC Eyeshadow

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MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow
MAC Parfait Amour Eyeshadow

MAC Parfait Amour is a very cool-toned, medium-dark purple with a frost finish. It is a discontinued eyeshadow that retails for $17.00 and contains 0.05 oz.

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Claims / Ingredients

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.

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Based on 1 Review, 3 Quick Reviews

The Good: Smooth (1), Blendable (1), Great Value (1)

The In-Between: Buildable (2), Sheer (1)

The Bad: Hard To Apply (2), Powdery (1)

1 Written Reviews

By Rachel 2 years ago.

totally looks better in the pan than translates to the skin. in the pan, the color looks beautiful and highly pigmented, but in reality, it is much more sheer. you can build the color on your lid, but it never gets to the pan color. i used to use this as a transition shade for a dramatic (and sometimes harsh) black smokey eye, with the purple as the smoke. because it was sheer, it blended out nicely, but again not much color pay off. over time, this color would get the dreaded 'bumps' and sometimes you will have to scrape that layer off. also, does not foil well.

Tags: buildable, sheer, powdery, blendable, hard-to-apply
Skin Tone: Medium - Undertone: Yellow