a pretty deep green that is a bit frosty. Looks great with other greens and browns. smooth application. a great shadow to have!
This green is a gorgeous green, and will most def wearable anytime of the day you just have to knwo how to wear it. I can't wear till St Patty Day to wear this ina smokey dark look. This eyeshadow is so soft and very belndable. I use with the limited edition 226 brush. Love this color..looks so good, I got mine at the CCO.
this color is so beautiful- a medium shimmery green. it can be used in the crease or all over the lid. i do notice it shifts a little through the day.
I love this green. It looks great with brown eyes and on my skintone. This works great with handwritten, carbon, texture, and brule.
It is a very pretty deep mossy green with flecks of silver. Highly pigmented shadow that blends smoothly. I don't reach for this particular shade of green very often as I find the silver frosty tones tend to not look that flattering with my complexion. When I do wear this shade it's usually on the lid with warmer brown shades in the crease. I personally prefer more gold or yellow undertones in my green shadows that add more depth and compliments my complexion and green eyes.
This is a pretty emerald green color that I wear on the crease with Swimming. I'm a NC 44-45 and it makes my brown eyes pop out. It looks like it looks good on anyone.
Humid is much too vibrant and dark on my lids. It's a dark green color that looks muddy on my lids. I don't know why, but green shadows make my skin look muddy. I tried it with goldmine, amber lights, expensive pink, but I just could not get it to look right. The color in the pan is the exact color/ pigmentation that you will get on your lids. Very pretty color, but just not pretty on me. :(
Beautiful rich emerald green with a tiny bit of shimmer
this would look good on all skin tones,
good pigmentation, quite a nice eyeshadow to have =]
I love this green. Its so vibrant and unlike other colors, it does have good color payoff. Where it under a green base and it will pop even more!
If someone is looking for a pretty vibrant emerald green this is the color to buy =]
This is the first MAC shadow that I didn't like. I really wanted to like it. the reviews are so great and I really wanted a nice green shadow. Unfortunately, this comes out dark and messy. Not a medium pretty green at all. It's also not nearly as blendable as the other MAC shadows. It's very difficult to work with. I might be able to use this as a liner.
Edit: I don't know why I didn't think to try this before. I used Painterly Pot on my lids, then this shadow and it made a world of difference as far as application goes. Start light as it's highly pigmented and can get out of control quickly! However, if done with a lite hand and the right brush, this does come out as a gorgeous emerald green color.