Collection: MAC Pigments

Here is part 2 of my makeup collection (as of January 13, 2009) – MAC Pigments!

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Pigments are exactly that – loose pigment. They work the same as eyeshadows except they do not contain a binding agent (that most pressed shadows have). So this makes them versitile enough to use as shadows alone or to be mixed with agents like gloss, nail polish, or even water for a liner. I often blend them with MAC’s PRO product, Mixing Medium, and use them as eyeshadow bases. Amazingly, it keeps my look vibrant and doesn’t crease all day…though not quite as good as UDPP with a Paint Pot IMO.

I took pictures of all of the pigments open, somewhat organized by color. The pictures are labeled underneath. So keep reading to see closer pictures!! As always, ask any questions you’d like!

Light Shades

Light Shades

Oranges & Browns

Oranges & Browns

Greens

Greens

Pinks & Corals

Pinks & Corals

Blues

Blues

Light Shades

Light Shades

Reflects Glitters & Solar Bits

Reflects Glitters & Solar Bits

Other

4 Responses to “Collection: MAC Pigments”

  1. Rachael Says:
    March 7th, 2009 at 11:26 AM

    Awesome girl! Can’t wait to see this updated with names!

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    Heather Reply:

    Oh man…it’s an endeavor!

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  2. pia Says:
    March 7th, 2009 at 6:40 PM

    Second that! Btw, which pigment do you reach the most?

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    Heather Reply:

    Oh wow, ok I’ll have to get crackin on those names. I reach for my gold colors mostly overall. My absolute favorites are: Pink Pearl, Old Gold, and Blue Brown or Green Brown. I’m such a sucker for those duo-chrome colors!

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