Monday, 30 June 2014

MAC Cosmetics Mineralize Heat Element

This is the first time I have stepped into the world of Mac's Mineralize Eyeshadows and I managed to pick this up in a blog sale one of my friends had recently. This one is called Heat Element and it is gorgeous. The top shadow is a rich, yellow gold and the bottom shadow is a rusty, brown and they complement each other perfectly.

Mineralize eye shadows can be used wet or dry but I personally think you get a much better pigmentation when used wet. In the swatch I applied these dry and in natural light. You can see how well they show up on my milk, white skin. I apply these using my base and crease Real Technique brushes and blend out with a sponge. The only problem I do find with these is that there is quite a bit of fall out so make sure you use some primer and hold a piece of tissue under your lower lashes when applying. 

You can pick these up for £16.50 and you get 2.2g of product so quite a bit more than a normal shadow. They come in Mac's signature black packaging with a flip lid. Inside the shadow is domed and the colours spilt.. just be careful as I've been told by a few people that these easily break. The shadows have convinced me to check out some more products from Mac's mineralize range. What would you recommend to try next?



  1. These are two really nice colours. I don't have the confidence to try these colours though especially as I'm not the best at my eye makeup.

    I'm holding a giveaway on my blog where the winner will win Benefit's new They're Real Push-Up Liner. If you're interested you can find the details here -

    Good luck :)

    Yazmin xx

    1. They are beautiful colours, spesh blended together. Thanks for commenting sweet xx

  2. I love Mac Mineralize eyeshadows! This one is so pretty. They are quite pricey though!

    The Sunday Chapter
    Angela xo

    1. They are pricey! I've got both of mine in blog sales though. xx


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