Kitschmas

MAC Pigment

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MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment
MAC Kitschmas Pigment

MAC Kitschmas is a very warm-toned, light-medium lavender with a frost finish. It is an eyeshadow that is permanent in this palette: Nocturnals/Silver & Violet Set.

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Editor's Review

Kitschmas is described as a "shimmering pink mauve pearl." It's a pinky-lavender with subtle cool undertones and a frosted finish. The texture of this is slightly chunky, so it is best applied with a damp brush as this will help it smooth out and apply with more color payoff (and less fall out!). It wore well for seven and a half hours, and after eight hours, there was some slight creasing. It's part of the permanent range. Urban Decay Grifter (P, $18.00) is darker. MAC Cheers My Dear (LE, $21.00) is similar--more metallic. Guerlain Attrape-Coeur #1 (LE) is darker, less metallic. Bobbi Brown Cool Lilac (P, $24.00) is cooler-toned and a cream product. See comparison swatches.

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Claims / Ingredients

Highly concentrated loose colour powder to create a subtle wash of colour or intense effect. Does not streak or cake. Easy to blend, long-lasting. Limited-edition packaging features Betty. Note: Pigments are sold by weight not volume. Containers can appear to be less than full due to settling of the product.

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1 Written Reviews

By Cortni 8 years ago.

I love how it adds just an extra something special to my eyes on a lazy day. I spritz a little bit of fix plus on a brush and pat Kitschmas onto my lids and as long as I'm careful with how much I put on my brush the fallout isn't terribly bad for a loose pigment. When I layer it over Soft Ochre paintpot, I find that it doesn't crease and stays put on my lids longer and doesn't fall out onto my cheeks throughout the day. I would highly recommend it to someone who's looking to buy their first pigment!

Skin Type: Oily - Skin Tone: Light Medium - Undertone: Neutral