I have been using this colour for a couple of years now and i love it. Its my daytime wear shadow to work and goes on like a treat. If you find that in colder months the colour looks different what you need to do is use a primer on your eyelids and then the colour you see in the pot it what you will get on your eyes. In the evenings this is also a good colout to use under the eyebrows as a high lighter.
I finally bit the bullet and got some MAC eyeshadow after the Great Eye Shadow Disaster of 2011 (dropped my z-palette. RIP all of my WnW shadows). What took me so long? Other than the hefty 11.50 pricetag for a refill pan, All That Glitters is amazing. It's a pinky-peachy beige that looks so pretty all over the lid. I would definitely recommend it as a starter shade. The color pay off is pretty good, the consistency is amazing, and the lasting power runs laps around drug store eye shadows. Now that i've experienced the greatness of MAC eye shadow, i will not be buying any more from the drugstore. I'd rather spend $11.50 on a great single shadow than $5 on a mediocre one.
Love this color! Its a staple for me. However, during the colder months, when I'm pale, it comes up orange.
The color and pigmentation is gorgeous but my skin is so pale, the shadow looked orange. I am a NW15, which I don't consider really pale, and i am tan from summer. Yet the color was orange and unattractive. A huge disappointment from all the rave I've seen it get. any suggestions of a better natural everyday lid color? I think i'll try naked lunch.
Beautiful veluxe pearl neutral beige with shimmer, it's not glitter. It's medium-light in tone and can work as a wash lid to brow if your medium tan. I love it and would always repurchase it. I actually finished the whole pot which I don't always do with shadow. MAC's veluxe pearl finish is their best, they apply so smoothly and blend so easily.
A beautiful, universal color (looks good on everyone). If you're just starting out with MAC this is probably one of the first eyeshadows you'll want to get. Not too shimmery, definitely not glittery so you don't have to worry about fallout, just a gorgeous, champagne pink color.
This eyeshadow is just a lovely shimmery beige. I generally use naked lunch all over the lid and then with a light hand apply all that glitters on the outer v area. I noticed quite a few people on here use the same eyeshadow combo and I must agree it works very nicely!
love at first try, honestly, i cannot believe how flattering and beautiful this eyeshadow is!! it brings out my green eyes and my sister's blue eyes AMAZINGLY and i love it on the outer half of the lid with Naked Lunch on the inner half and as a highlight for a gorgeous everyday neutral look. IMO it does give perfect definition to the eye without screaming EYESHADOW HERE! just love love love and totally worth the price imo
This is an eyeshadow that is all about what you pair it with. On it's own or with the wrong crease shade, it's very unimpressive. By itself, it doesn't show up all that great. It's kind of a peachy shimmer, kind of washed out. However, I LOVE this color with Haux. I don't know what it is about putting it with Haux but it brings out the peachiness. Oddly enough, in general I'm not all that impressed with Haux either, but I keep both these shadows just for this combination. It's one of my favorite combos. Every time I think of swapping it out, I put it on with Haux and change my mind.
This is my all time FAVORITE eyeshadow. its simply just the prettiest lid colour ever! Its like a samon kinda shimmery champagne colour with a golden shine. (NOT glitters) Love the shine, from the Veluxe peal finish.
It makes green eyes pop. soo pretty!
BUT on VERY VERY pale skin (my friend) it can look a little too orange. cause she's so pale, and its too dark for her. (Then i would recomend Naked Lunch insted if ur really pale)
But that being said, some pale people can rock it soo beautifully.
I rock it and love it! :)
I will buy this all my life. :)