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The average rating based on all reviewed shade(s) in this formula is shown below.
Based on 1 Review, 9 Quick Reviews
The Good: Buttery (2), Blendable (2), Great Value (2), Smooth (1), Easy To Apply (1), Crease-resistant (1), Long-wearing (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (2)
The Bad: Fades (1)
1 Written Reviews
By Mariella 4 years ago.
In some ways, Kitten seems to be MAC's equivalent to Carbon, not in colour (no, not at all) but in their insistence in putting it in just about every palette they release, as well as making it available on its own. I must have at least 3 of these and I very much like it. Mine look quite different from the photo, though - I'm thinking that the versions in In the Light and the Spirit Eyes are the Window palettes are somewhat different. It's very similar to MAC's Naked Lunch and it's a very pretty eye brightening shade, whether used on the inner third of the lower lid or all over the "mobile lid" with a subtle matte shade (like Puppy) for defining the crease and finishing the look. I like it. The same shade is available in other shadows that I do like somewhat better but I still use Kitten and I'm happy with it.