This is a dark brown color with hints of gold flecks. This is in a velvet finish. It's super pretty and it's great for the crease. It's a very 'smokey' color that would make a dark sultry look very easy to achieve. I love using this with a little bit of Satin Taupe and I think the two colors compliment each other very well. It's also very pretty used as a liner, because it's dark but not black. This is a very pigmented shadow, so tap off your brush before applying. Very pretty color.
This is a pretty standard rich, dark brown with a gold hue and shimmer. It can definitely 'smokify' a look. I like using it in the outer v/crease.
One of my fav eyeshadows ever. Rich dark brown with shimmer. Very pigmented. Blends easily.
This is one of my favourite MAC eyeshadows and one of my 1st ones. I love it. It goes great in the crease or as an all over lid colour. I find that it looks great when paired with Woodwinked. I really love it.
I love mulch! I'm borrowing the pan I have from a friend that never uses it and am very satisfied with it. The color nearly matches my reddish brown eyes (it's too dark), and brings them out nicely when I use it in the crease and layer over it with a gray shadow. I could live with it being more blendable but I could say the same for all MAC shadows. The color payoff is great but I'm not purchasing it for myself; whenever I run out--which won't be for ages--I want to try Tempting instead because it is a little less bronzey and seems more intense. Mulch is excellent but I'm curious for something a little more flattering on me.
Mulch is one of my first, and still one of my favourite dark eyeshadows. I am no good at describing colours but I'd say this is a dark brown with a touch of gold and shimmer. I like to use this in the outer corner, outer V and on the lashline. It blends nicely like most MAC eyeshadows.
Beautiful med-dark brown w/gold shimmer. The gold becomes apparent when you smudge it. I really like this color and I think it's unique, but my use for it is kinda limited. It's kinda dull as a crease & corner color because its so shimmery, but for lining or smoking out liner, it's awesome. Creates a nice hazy effect. continued >>
one of the best MAC eyeshadows i own.. Mulch is a slightly shimmery, rich chocolate brown that is perfect for smoking out a look.
i bought the Spring Forecase bronzey-quad and the darkest shade in there wasn't very pigmented or dark enough... Mulch to the rescue, it's added the right 'pop' to the quad look.
i find myself reaching for Mulch when i want a smokey eye that isn't dramatic black (great for night time, not so great for every day look to work). swatch it on your hand if you have the chance, walk around with it. I'm betting on that you'll find yourself back to the counter to buy this little gem.
Mulch is wayyy better on me than dark grays (I'm NC15)- its sort of a shimmery muddy brown which I didn't think I'd like that much but it actually looks way better on. I haven't had any problems in terms of pigmentation and I haven't had issues with applying too much either, I think a light hand is pretty much the key to this one. For reference it's a velvet and it blends really well on me!
I used to love this product a few years back when I was tan & for awhile I let it get lost in my makeup chaos. The other day I put it on and let me just say this-- It does not look good on me now. Winter time=pale skin. It just made me look like I had almost sickly looking eyes. So, I would recommend this eyeshadow to people with a darker skin tone. Maybe I will re-find my love for it when I get a lil sun. But for now- it will stay lost in my chaos. continued >>