Win It! MAC Masat al Lail & Rimal Dahabia Eyeshadow Quads ($80 value)

One (1) lucky Temptalia reader will win these two quads!

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Ashlei Avatar

I’d use the burnt orange shade from the Rimal Dahabia quad all over on the lid, with the darker brown in the outer corners/slightly blended in the crease, and the warm tan color in the crease to help blend out the darker brown shade.

Alicia Avatar

I would use the black shadow as a liner (smudged into my lashline), the white as a highlight on my brow bone, the blue in my crease and the silver on the inner portion of my eye. I would use a taupe shadow (from my collection) on the outter portion of my eye.

mrsrocco Avatar

I’d love to try the MAC quad out using the look shown in Temptalia’s review post: MAC Eyeshadows: Gentle Fume (inner lid), Rondelle (middle of lid), Waft (outer lid), Carbon (crease)

Mich Avatar

I would do a smoked out look with Rimal Dahabia and Stereo Rose on cheeks. I don’t know about the lips though. Maybe a nude color.

Laura Avatar

I would wear the black eyeshadow as a upside down eyeliner (really smokey) with a really black waterline, everythig really smudged and I’d highlight the innner corner of the eyes with the glittery eyeshadow to just add a pop of light and glamour, and of course lots of mascara and falsies. And to add more intensity I would chose a vampy lipstick like Rebel, Dark Side or Cyber by MAC. For the cheeks something really simple: a bit of bronzer, blush (maybe something like Cabana Boy by TheBalm), and a little bit of highlighter (something like Cream Colour Base in Pearl by MAC or MAry-Lou Manizer by theBalm) on top of the cheeks, brow bone, nose bridge and cupid’s bow.

Cindy Avatar

I would do a smoky eye with the Rimal Dahabia quad. 🙂 Soft Brown on the lid, Beautyburst in the crease, Najm el Lail to deepen the crease and Shroom as a browbone and innor corner highlight.

Angel Avatar

*fan girls all across post*

Ahhhhh! I’ve been trying to get my hands on Rimal Dahabia for the longest. I think it’s the perfect Autumn palette. The number of looks I can create with this is endless.

Natural looks, and smoky’s, and dramatic looks OH MY!

Look at me, just foaming at the mouth already. LOL!

And the Masat Al Lail quad is heavenly. No really! That blue is gorgeous. And takes my spirit to makeup heaven. Lol!

Yesenia Avatar

I would wear soft brown on the lid and blend it till I reach under the browbone, shroom on the browbone and inner corner, a mixture of beauty burst and Najm el Lail in the crease. Take a MAC 219 brush and smudge Najm el Lail on the lower lashline.

Then I would mix Najm el Lail and soft brown and use it to lightly fill my brows.

Mariella Avatar

I already use Shroom a lot so would continue to combine it with shadows I already own as a lid/inner corner colour. I’d put Najm el Lail (my daughter’s name is Leila – very similar pronunciation) in the crease and Soft Brown, which I’ve always put off buying because it’s a bit on the warm side, to blend out the dark brown.

Adhishree Avatar

I’d wear the quad with the grey colour all over the lid, using the black as a soft liner across my top and bottom lash line and the white as a tearduct and browbone highlight. gooorgeous colours 🙂

Dee Avatar

I’d go for a high impact smokey eye (with the darker color in the quad doubling as a liner) with lots of mascara and a nude lip gloss look!

McKenzie Avatar

i’d wear the white on the inner corner+browbone, shimmery silver on the lid, and do a cut cat eye like crease with the black. maybe add a little bit of the blue color to the bottom lashline.

doroffee Avatar

Oh, Rimal Dahabia is stunning. I would wear a lighter-rustier daytime eye with a bit going on in the outer V, some terracotta blush dusted slightly on my cheeks and a muted, juicy coralish natural lipstick/lip butter/lip crayon.

Hanifah Avatar

I’d wear the silver on the lid, black on the outer V and add a little of the white right in the inner corner of my eye to make it pop!

Valerie C. Avatar

I love to wear black and white. The Masat al Lail Quad would give a clean defined eye look when I wear a white top and black pants.

Jennifer Lewis Avatar

Both quads are beautiful. I think they could both be used as an everyday look and switch to an evening look pretty easily. I love that silver/blue color and the orange color in each pallet.

Michele Coccaro Benedict Avatar

I would wear this quad as a dark smokey eye with the silver on the inner corner and then a nude lip and light pink blush.
xo Michele

JD Chase Avatar

I would love to use these colors to create a smoky eye for a night out to dinner with the husband. I would probably pair it with a nude lip. 🙂

Antora Avatar

with Masat al Lail – i’ll first put the blue/grey shade all over my lids, put the silver shade along my inner tear duct and inner-lower lashline. then i’d use the black shade on the outer corner of my eye to create a ‘V’ also along the out lower lashline. finally add the matte white on my browbone as highlight!

with Rimal Dahabia – first apply that gorgeous light peach over my lids, then take the brown shade and smudge very closely along my upper and lower lashline. then use the burnt orange along my crease and blend and finally the white on my browbone! =D

Anka Trinka Avatar

Because of these more neutral colors i would wear this with the black shadow as a soft liner and then a bright, fun lipstick 🙂

sophia Avatar

I’d use the Masat al Lail quad for a beautiful smokey eye and I’d team up the Rimal al Dahabi with my Naked palette for a wearable day look! 🙂

MiaHB Avatar

I would wear Masat al Lail quad with just a hint of the darker colors at the outer corner of my eye with a light peach lip for an everyday look!

virginia Avatar

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Sandra A Avatar

Oh my, I love every single color in both quads but would love to use the Rimal Dahabia quad. I would wear a warm smokey eye with a peachy nude lip.

Miucha Avatar

I’d choose Mac Masat Al Lail Quad. I would use the black shadow as a liner, the white as a highlight on my brow bone, the blue in my crease and the silver on the inner portion of my eye. Then, lots of mascara, a neutral blush, as mac gingerly, and nude lips, as mac hue.

Marina Grigório Avatar

I would use the kit MAC Masat al Lail & Rimal Dahabia Eyeshadow Quads on very special occasions, they asked a beautiful smoky eye to bookmark my presence leaving mainly the look!

Kharli Avatar

I’d love to wear this quad as a super cute smoky eye adding a little purple. I think it would look nice with a cute black tank and skirt with shoes the same colour blue as in the quad! Also, a cute light pink nudish lip would be cute paired with it!

Laura Avatar

I’d do a soft smokey eye look with the Rimal Dahabia quad and pair it with a neutral lip (something like MAC’s Shy Girl lipstick) and MAC Margin blush 🙂

Marlene Avatar

I don’t even know, I might get a lot more use out of the browns because its the color I tend to use daily, but the greys are so lovely!

Evalyn W Avatar

These are gorgeous. I’d love to work them into my “going out” look for my bachelorette party. With a nice pop of red lipstick, I think I could really create a lovely old Hollywood look.

Ess Avatar

The Masat al Lail quad will be PERFECT for this fall when I go back to uni. We have a lot of socials and nights out, and this would be amazing for my go-to smokey eye 🙂

Cristal Avatar

the Rimal Dahabia quad seems perfect for autumn, especially for october. But they are just my favourite colors 🙂 warms and on the orange side ^^. thanks for giving them away!

sailinggidget Avatar

I just love this MAC quad! It’s got your white brow bone & inner corner highlighter, the silver and or grey for your lid & black for the outer v & eyeliner. Or a fantastic dark smoky eye!

Kate & Zena Avatar

I’d wear the quad as a smokey eye.

P.S. I accidentally put my member name as kateandpaper (I was listening to How It’s Made.) It’s actually kateandzena. Is there a way to change that?

Bridget Avatar

The Rimal Dahabia Eyeshadow Quad has colors to create a work-friendly smokey eye with a sheer red lip using the cult-fav gloss Cult of Cherry or Wicked Ways from the Cruella de Vil collection in the MAC Venomous Villains Collection for Disney.

Janey Avatar

*NB- My original comment did NOT go through, so I’m leaving another as my one & only comment/entry!

What would I do if I won these 2 (after the screaming & jumping around, of course)? With the
Masat al Lail, I’d do my face at its natural palest (MAC NW 10-15), with very soft blush, then
1.) Do a really strongly defined eye – dark & light emphasized, w/ a light nude lipstick & a touch of a silvery Dazzleglass, She-Zam, or —
2.) Use washes of the white and silver, with the blue for soft definition… oh, I could go on forever, it’s such a gorgeous palette!
The Rimal Dahabia quad would go to my equally MAC-loving friend whose coloring is very different from mine, & would look fantastic on her!

LuisaVillatoro Avatar

I would probably wear this as a sultry grey-blue eye look , or as a nice shimmery summery night smokey eye ! great palette ! good luck to everyone ! I am a big fan , thank you !

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