love this color so pretty dark green with a nice unnoticeable shimmer very lovely
I recommend it of course
I have come to the conclusion that 'green’ eye shadow is more flattering on me than browns, and Humid is one of the most striking, vivid forest-greens out there! It looks so gorgeous applied all over the lid with a little bit of Greensmoke blended into the crease, this gives it a lot of depth and creates ridiculously easy smokey eye. I also love to apply this to the outer corner when I wear Greensmoke and Sumptuous Olive for a quick flash of green. Definitely one to purchase for brown eyes, the contrast in colours is just mesmerising.
Did not care for the color, texture or the way it blended. (or lack of blend)
BEST GREEN EVER! I am a NC25 with green eyes and this shade brings them out beautifully! I could not live without this e/s . I use a very neutral shimmery taupe shade on the lid, like UD stray dog or Patina and Humid in the crease and it is just a dream. Humid blends sooooo beautifully, especially considering what a bright color it is. Check out my blog for pics:
I love this colour. It's a nice dark and deep shade of green. I usually use it as an accent colour with patina (crease and lid) and grain (inner 1/3 of lid). Where I use humid in the outer v and as a eyeliner on about 1/3 of the lower as well as upper lashline. Might be a bit more on the upper.
This was the first MAC shadow I ever bought and is still one of my favorites - the color is fantastic for pale skin.
ive been meaning to purchase humid, but when i was lucky enough to find this in cco (its in the green packaging collection w/starfish &seahorse?)..anyways i thought urban decay's mildew was a dupe but im wrong..
humid is a bit deeper and a less goldeny and i love it..its soft, pigmented and a great alternative to a brown smokey eye..one of the ways i like to use it is, apply mac's Mystical all over the lid and a little above the crease, then take humid and pack it on the lid and apply lower lash line...i used macs keep it cool( brun or any dark shadow would suffice) and blended the upper crease out with macs quarry...i know it sounds strange but i got compliments and its not gaudy lookin at all..woohoo for humid continued >>
i love this e/s i wear it with woodwinked or amber lights its wonderful for my dark nw 55 skin
I knew I would be obsessed with this before I even tried it on. This is the perfect forest green I've been looking for-- not too dark, not to light, and not too bright. Humid was MADE for my coloring. I'm fair, cool toned with dark brown eyes and dark brown hair. This makes my eyes pop and I wish I could just wear it every day as a smokey eye but my boyfriend prefers the natural look unfortunately so I compromise and use Humid on my lower lashline. I love wearing it with tempting all over the lid, NARS Mekong in the outer corner, and Humid on my lower lashline and sometimes to smoke out Smolder eye kohl on my upper lashline. And gorgeous gold as a brow and inner corner highlight. ONly complaint is it does fade by the end of the day (with UDPP on! ) but I have crazy oily lids so..that may just be me.
Women with brown, olive, tan, or yellow-based skin: green is NOT your enemy! I'm so surprised at the number of women who are afraid of green eyeshadows...even at the number of women who stay away from green clothing/dresses! Green can be a sultry, sexy, sophisticated shade that brings out the golden tones of your skin. This shadow is typical of MAC's quality, so no surprises there. I would suggest that, even though green is not a daily colour for most, it's worth investing in this one by MAC because lesser quality green eyeshadows may have poor payoff and end up looking muddy or grayed-out. In addition, if you're going to use a rich emerald green, you really want it to blend with other shadows easily, and Humid does that exceedingly well. With this one, you know you're getting the value for money and it will last a long time.
Try this with on the outer corner with MAC Woodwinked on the inner corner, or any other similar gold eyeshadow. Try it blended with a brownish or gold green such as MAC Sumptuous Olive or Club. Or, try it all over the lid with UD Smog on the crease and UD Darkhorse on the upper and lower lashlines. Stunning!