All That Glitters is a glamorous shadow yet not the best of the glittery shadows out there. I would rate Smashbox's Champagne much higher than Mac's All That Glitters if you want a very clean shimmery eyeshadow. Just remember to wear a base under Champagne or it's application will be very uneven and it will be difficult to apply. That being said, Mac's All That Glitters is worth purchasing. It's a little more serious than Smashbox's glittery line and while I wouldn't wear it to a job interview, once your at work and got the job, have a little fun and wear it pared with a shimmery highlighter, such as Mac's Shroom, also a must have shadow in your collection for any true MAC eyeshadow lover.
I got this as a present. I fell in love with it when paired with Firecracker, but I dropped it on my carpet and it crumbled. When I was fooling around with some e/s and I decided I was gonna try to find some dupes for more expensive e/s. I looked around for a little bit and found the Sally Girl highlighter in Soft Lights. It's the exact same e/s for 99 cents.
This is a pretty eyeshadow. Nothing terribly unique or special, which is why I am giving it 3 lippies. It actually wears nicer than a lot of MAC shadows do, but I find that it applies much warmer than it looks in the pan.
I like this one for many reasons. First of all IMO this is such a staple - everyone should have it. The color is a light peachy gold, which really makes blue eyes pop. At first I thought it was too metallic-y but if you've got a light hand you'll be fine. For a school-appropriate look you just sweep this all over the lid and you're good to go. It's very nice quality - soft like butter and eay to blend. The see-through thing in the cap fell out once I dropped it, but it was easy to fix...
Quite possibly my favorite eyeshadow. Great lid color, I also use it on the lower lid. It looks somewhat peachy on my lids, and peach is my favorite color in makeup :D it's one of those shadows that really work for that "pretty makeup", you know, the kind that really enhances your features :) I think it really brightens up my hazel/olive green eyes, but I can't imagine an eye color it wouldn't do that to! I love to pair it with Shroom as a highlighter & UD Toasted in the crease, it's my "pretty makeup". Another great and quick way to use it is to put a wash of a matte colour slightly lighter than your skintone from lashes to brow, then layer All That Glitters on the lid (also on lower lid) and a matte light brown in the crease, then some black or brown thin winged liner! Easily saves a tired morning :) continued >>
This eyeshadow appears orange on me worn alone on the lid. I wanted it to work as an all over lid colour but its too orange for me.. However I can get it to look nice on my lid if I put twinks in the outer v and crease so all is not lost. Won't repurchase though.
Edit: Changed my foundation recently to a more neutral toned. Decided to try all that glitters again by itself yesterday. applied it with a blending brush to the lid and crease. Surprise not orange at all. Actually liked the sheen it gave to my lids
This is my HG eye shadow, I use it everyday on my lids. I love the look of wearing an eye shadow that's kind of close to your skin tone, but with a shimmer. That's why I love using this eye shadow. It's also the perfect lid color for a smokey eye look. When I want to do a little bit more with my eye shadow, but not a whole smokey eye, I put All That Glitters on my lid with Espresso on my crease. It's a perfect look if you don't want too much or too little eye shadow on.
Adore this eyeshadow, got this a couple of months ago and use it almost everyday for a casual look.
It's more beige on my skin than orange(most people say) I'm N2.
I love the shimmer in it and it lasts all day and does not crease, also you can pair it with warmer eyeshadows such as (woodwinked or mulch) for a sultry look.
Like the reviewer below, I had trouble getting this to work for me. I don't have overly pigmented lids though. It just seemed much more sparkly than I'm personally comfortable with. I tried with many different brushes, many different bases/primers, etc. but couldn't get it to work. I ended up returning mine. Such a shame, because it is gorgeous in pan! :(