Thursday 23 January 2014

My Second MAC Pro Palette Quad

So after I finished my first little quad which was all neutral shades which you can see in My First MAC Pro Palette Quad post, I decided that I had to complete another. I had some birthday cash so I got myself another empty quad from my local MAC and filled it up that same day.

I already had Smut and Beauty Marked in pots so I roped the boyfriend in to help depot them (mainly so I didn't slice a finger off) so I could pop them in my new matte beauty and that is how this turned into my new smokey eye palette! I then went to my local MAC Cosmetics and purchased Knight Divine and Shadowy Lady to complete it.

Knight Divine
Is a silvery, black shade in a veluxe pearl finish and is so soft! I thought this might need a bit of build up but I was really impressed with this. It also leaves barely any fall out on your cheeks. I've used this a couple of times on its own blended with Naked Lunch for a day time look.

Is a dark, grey shadow in a velvet finish with a slight red shimmer to it. So slight that I can only see it if I hold it up really closely. This is perfect for a dark eye look especially along the lash line in place of liner.

Beauty Marked
Is a gorgeous deep purple colour in a velvet finish with dark purple glitter. As soon as you sweep it onto your lids it's completely different, almost a black shade. If you apply this wet you get a much deeper colour but more burgundy than what is in the pan. I love it though as you can see I hit the pan a long time ago on this one.

Shadowy Lady
Is a deep plum colour in a matte finish. It is so pigmented and blends well but you need a light hand to apply. It works really well in the crease and along the lash line. Just remember less is more with this one.

What are you favourite eye shadows from MAC Cosmetics?

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