One of my HG shadows. I can use this shadow in so many ways. I can use it to fill in brows. I use it on easy makeup days to just shade the lid with Vanilla on upper lid and I use this to deepen the shadowing in my crease. This is a staple in my eyeshadow collection.
I'm on my second pot right now. Rarely do I repeat buy something. I use this to fill in my brows. Works great for cool blondes. I don't use it as a shadow, I just can't do mattes.
I use this color to fill my brows. It is pigmented, applies nicely, stays well, and doesn't shimmer (which is great, because I don't want shimmery brows).
Great crease colour. Can use it for a daytime, soft, smokey eye. Blends well, goes on smoothly. Love it.
I admit I was not overly impressed with this color when I first received it (ordered on-line from MAC). It was kind of "blah" brown taupe in the pan and appeared very light. Now that I have worn it a few times, I LOVE it. I see more grey once it's on the lid. It creates a very natural looking beautiful eye when paired with Brule, perfect when you need a neutral polished look with very little effort. Great blendability and lasts all day with a base/primer.
A must have cool toned neutral with no shimmer shadow. This lovely matte taupe goes great applied in the crease or on the lid and smoked out with a brown e/s in the crease. I always forget about it, but every so often I find it on the bottom of my make-up case and play around with it for a few days creating natural looks. It is highly pigmented, so a little will go a long way.
I dont know why I bought this in the first place.
Im very fair with pink undertones and this e/s made my eyelids look like they have been bruised.
I can see this working on maybe neutral or warmer tones.
This was a dusty pale grey color on me. It was pretty blah on my NC 43 skin tone. I purchased this for my brows, but cork works better for my skin tone.
When I fist saw Omega, I was surprised what a light shade it was. I'd read many reviews recommending this as a crease color, but I was skeptical. I gave it a try and was pleasantly surprised! It seems to go on a bit darker than it appears in the pan so it does work very well as a crease shade. I'm very fair (NW20), so this may not work well in the crease for those with medium to dark skin tones. If you like the natural look, Omega is definitely worth checking out.
I first bought this as a very neutral brow color, but I later discovered it made a good lid color. It's a taupe, with a bit more brown than gray to it, sort of a mushroom. I am a ppp with yellowish undertones, so I need a brighter wash underneath or between the crease and the brow or else Omega looks too washed out - something pale pinky peach like MAC Orb or a yellower cream like LM Buttercream works well.
As I don't look good with a traditional smokey eye, this works well on the lid with a very dark e/s smudge lined. Omega paired with MAC Nehru is a good evening look for my greenish hazel eyes.