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Top 5 MAC EyeShadows
Posted on February 27th, 2011 at 11:04 am by and

 

I’m sure we all know how amazing MAC eye shadows are, but it can sometimes be tough to know what to pair them with. But don’t worry I’m going to tell you what my top 5 must haves are and what you can pair them with to create any look. Drum Roll Please………..

Cranberry: it’s  such a gorgeous berry red color than can be placed on the crease and blended upwards. You could pair it with a neutral light pink color on the lid such as Mythology, and also use a bit of Gleam on the inner corners as well as on your brow bone.

Amber Lights: this coppery gold color really brings out blue and green eyes, because it’s on the opposite side of the color wheel. This can be placed generously on the lid using a flat brush. You could pair this color with Bronze on the crease and blended upwards, as well as on your bottom lashes.

Antiqued: this color is like a dark bronze with a hint of red, that can be placed on the crease  as well as on the outer corners; creating a V-like shape. You could pair this Honey Lust on the lid as well as on your brow bone, to create a soft everyday look.

Expensive Pink: this is the perfect pink because it’s not too pink that makes you look sick or got punched on the eye. It’s like an orange salmon pink color that can be placed on the lid and paired with Coppering; a bronze copper color that could be placed on the crease and lower lashes, don’t forget to blend blend blend…

Star Violet: this is the perfect purple color for green and hazel eyes, because it really makes them pop. This color can be placed on the lids and blended upwards toward the crease; to create a soft smoky look. It can also be placed on your bottom lashes. You could also pair this color with Honesty on your inner corners and brow bone; for the perfect highlight