Recently discovered this gorgeous neutral brown. I've never thought to use it on my brows, but it makes a gorgeous lid color and blends really smoothly.
Coquette. Satin (I find it matte) mid-toned dirty brown with a hint of olive.
Good color for crease area but I mostly use it to fill in my eyebrows. Perfect for it (and the olive does not show in your eyebrow, don't worry).
I have cool, very dark brown hair, but I don't like having very dark brows, so mixed with MAC's Omega, this creates the perfect brow color for me. I bought this with Omega to put in a 2-space MAC custom palette specifically for my eyebrows. It's very muted and appears almost greyish in the pan, but mixed with Omega on the brows, it comes out to be a lovely light to medium ash brown that defines the brows without any harshness. I also will use this as a crease color for neutral looks. Very versatile!
I use this for my eyebrows and I love it. It provides great color and stays on all day. I cannot comment on the use for shadow but love I can use it for both my brows and eyes. I like how the color matches my natural brow and still looks like a darker, refined version of my real brow.
I love this eyeshadow! It broke twice now, but I put some rubbing alcohol on it, and pressed it hard with a quarter, and let it dry.. and it fixed it both times :) a quarter is the perfect size for macs! This is a velvety, matte, nicely pigmented eye shadow! It looks especially good with primer potion, and can be used with a thick black line of eyeliner for drama, or used lightly for a soft, doe eyed look :) I just bought an angled brush to try this on my eyebrows after reading all the reviews here! --- edit! so it does work well for eyebrows!! yay!
Coquette is an almost matte, medium to dark warmish taupe. it even looks a little green to me. i own other shades that are similar to this, but none compare to this exactly, because this is such a chameleon colour. as there is no real brown or blue in this, the colour does exactly what you want it to do for every look. it just adds so much texture and depth to any eyeshadow combination, without depositing an actual specific colour. today, i actually forgot to add a touch of this to a particular look i like to wear this with, and it just didn't look as good. when i remembered the missing ingredient, that's when i realised how much of a difference this colour makes.
this would also be great for a lid colour, because it's a colour that you can't put your finger on, so it would look really unique and unexpected. i wore this as a lid colour over 'Painterly' paint pot the other day and i noticed that made it into a more minty taupe. which is quite unusual.
i would recommend this, because once you have it in your collection, you'll find yourself reaching for it very often.
Great brow filler for my dark asian hair. Looks natural and not over done even with a heavy hand. Will definitely buy again when I run out but that's probably not for a very long time.
Coquette means what? Subtlety? No, it means Flirty, although maybe in a young, girlish way. At any rate here's another go to neutral, but lighter than all the other's: Carbom, Brun, Mystery, Concrete, Bark and then Coquette (lovely on a brow.) These are all mainstay neutrals and have been around since 1993 or before waayy before Lauder bought them. These are original colors Frank Toskan and Frank Angelo along with their team put together. Neutrals never seen before. Waay before Kevyn Aucoin ever came out with "The Nakeds" by Ultima 2. These are neutral browns the likes of which had never been seen before, nor after quite frankly!
I love this eye shadow! I can't believe I haven't heard more about it! Coquette is a really pretty grey taupe color with brown and a hint of green as well. It is a satin finish and smooths on my eyes easily and looks great all day. It almost has a slight sheen to it and makes the best effortless smokey eye.
Do not judge by the color in the pan! Coquette is a gorgeous neutral that has everything going for it. It gives your lids a hint of shadow without being too dark or smokey. A perfect mid-tone color. It's too dark for my brows (I use Omega or the Anastasia duo) but I love it as a lid or crease color.