I've actually been getting a lot of compliments and a lot of people have asked what I've got on my eyes, which is always nice!
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My favorite of the bunch is the Reflects Blackened Red. It's gorgeous!!! I don't have anything like this in my collection.
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I wore it out to a party the other night just over a smudged black shadow stick from NYX and it was so glittery and shiny. And it makes my blue eyes pop! I highly recommend this set. If you already have some of these, it may not be worth buying this set. If you're new to pigments though, I highly recommend!!! And this is one of the Mac holiday releases that actually saves you money!!!
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I am not dying to get my hands on 3D glitter which looks so insanely awesome in your pictures above. I love MAC reflects pearl, use that one most often! I have a MAC Glitter and I have several other, cheaper brands of glitter that actually say eye safe on them and those are all way nicer, in my opinion. I've never really tried glitter and I'm not to big on trying it although the ones in the picture look nice xx http: These look so pretty, but I know that I would end up spilling it everywhere!
I love glitter on the lids looks amazing and gives such a good effect! These look very nice, but I know I will have the opportunity to get them http: These look amazing! I just feel like I would definitely spill them. There are a few MAC loose glitter pigments out there and it can be confusing which one to go for to suit your sparkly needs. Well if we are honest, as makeup artists this is often the first place we are going to put it.
Brands have to cover themselves and advise not to use it here just in case a piece goes into your eye and scratches it.
This of course can happen so do be careful and if you have sensitive eyes don't use them. Use a good base under the glitter to grip it and hold in place and use a flat firm brush to apply it and push it onto the skin rather than dusting it over causing drop down. MAC do some mixing mediums which are good to mix with the glitter to help blend it onto the skin. You can of course use a cream eye shadow as a base and push the glitter into it. Also glitter is messy so do your eye makeup before you do your base.
MAC Glitter - Reflects Blackened Red 7.5g/ .26 oz (BNIB)
It's always better to apply a slick of moisturiser to the face and then go on to do the messy eye work. This way any glitter drop down can easily be wiped of the damp moisturised skin. You can also use shadow shields to catch fall out.
MAC have a few types of glitter of course they would. They give a solid wash of wet look shimmering glitter.
MAC Glitter - Reflects Blackened Red g/ oz (BNIB)
These are good used on top of a cream or gel base to make sure they adhere well. They look beautiful, come in 6 shades and are also really good used on the body when body painting or for creative work. MAC 3D Glitter is the same chunky formula as the standard glitter although each shard of glitter gives out a rainbow holographic finish.
Impossible to photograph well due to the reflection of light bouncing off however in real life looks amazing. As you turn the face or body it catches the light and looks a different colour at each angle. MAC Reflects Glitter is our favourite.