The shadows from the Love That Look collection are just as stunning as the first time the Starflash formulas made an appearance last year. They are completely smooth (like butta) and have a nice buildable colour payoff.
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Ego: It looks darker in the pan that it is on the skin. It’s a nice, light, icy pink. Good for the lids or tead duct area. It is pretty, but if you are looking to save, you could dupe it fairly easily.
Fashion Groupie: A medium plummy purple. It has a nice sheen on the skin. It almost looks like a duochrome when applied. This will be smoking on green eyed gals. It isn’t really like any of MAC’s previously released purples. Definitely give it a swatch.
Rated R: Such a stunner! This has great colour payoff. When applied you see traces of chartreuse and gold. Rated R reminds me of Lucky Green. Rated R is a definitely a different colour than Lucky Green, but the way that Rated R catches the light is similar to the unequaled way that Lucky Green did. Buy this or you will regret it. I’m just sayin.
Glamour Check: A repromote from last year’s Starflash, this is one that I am glad to see come back around. It is a medium dark brown with strong red pearl that works on pretty much anyone. A good staple.
Grand Entrance: A pale, icy peach. This goes on super light. Great for the lid, tear duct and brow bone area. It’s nice, but if you are looking to cross one off of your list, you could easily dupe this.
Smoke & Diamonds: Aside from the cool name (lol), it is a very versatile colour that will work on almost anyone. It is one of those magical colours that morphs into a million different shades depending on the user and their eye colour. This smokey taupe is great for lids, crease colour, lining the eyes and of course, a perfect smokey eye shade.
The Love That Look and Baby Bloom collections are available now on MACCosmetics.com now.