A nice mid-to-dark shimmery brown. I don't see it as a copper, it's very neutral on me. Can look a little dingy on my NC20 sometimes, so it's not a 5. I think if I were to run out of this I would go for something warmer-- maybe Bronze or Mulch?
one of my favourite eyeshadows. a really wearable warm bronzy colour that looks amazing with blue eyes. worn on the lid with shroom to highlight and a bit of mascara gives a pretty daytime look. smoke it out with carbon or a dark brown colour, liner and tones of mascara and youve transformed it into night makeup! a really wearable shade, a staple.
The color is pretty, but I hate the texture of all of MAC's lustre shadows. I've got to stop buying them. I find them very hard to work with. I find them crumbly and they don't blend well.
This is my all time favorite MAC eyeshadow, it is the perfect golden brown that is not too warm. I have a really hard time finding eyeshadows that work for me, I look awful in cool colors but really warm colors make me look sick if they have reddish tones. This is a great slightly warm sparkly gold brown that I wear almost every day. I pair this with champagnes for an everyday look and darker browns like Brun for a smokier look. If you like golds or browns you need this color!
Nice staple brown. It's one of the "prettier" lustres since it's not as glittery as most imo. I don't use it all the time, so it gets 4 lippies.
I really chose this one on a whim - and boy, am I good at choosing colors or what? on MAC's website, when I ordered Honeylust it mentioned that Tempting was also usually bought with it. it looked dark enough to use as an everyday crease shadow with Honeylust, so I thought why not? when it arrived I was a little disappointed. in the pan it looks like a greenish, golder version of Honeylust. on the lid is a completely different story. that dark brown that you see inside the gold really came out on my skin tone, and the gold just faintly complimented it and made it blend in better. I highly recommend this one!
I was sort of horrified when the SA recommended this color. It looked like a frost, but once I tried it, it went on beautifully.
It does have shimmer - but it's amazing that it looks great on me, even with my olive-tanned skin tone.
for me it's actually more wearable than Woodwinked. It is a warm color but I think it could work for almost everyone as long as you paired well.
This is HG material--from someone who generally hates Lustres. Tempting is the neutral I'd been trying to find for years--earthy brown with a little shimmer that goes with just about anything.
I'm NW20 and this shows up as a light, shimmery chocolate brown on me. It's slightly warm, but not too warm, so I can wear this easily. It really makes my blue eyes pop and goes nicely with a bunch of different shades (I love it with Naked Lunch) since it's a neutral. It's close to Mulch, but slightly warmer, lighter and more shimmery.
Even though it's a Lustre, the texture is great. It blends easily and the shimmer/glitter isn't at all OTT. Over UDPP it lasts all day.
This is quickly becoming one of my favorites. I'm just kicking myself because it took me so long to buy this! I find myself reaching for it almost every day (or every other day), so if I do finish this, it's a definite repurchase.
I strongly dislike this MAC e/s because it is too sparkly/glittery and too pale for me. I like a color like Romp so much better. I have had this color for a couple of years and have only tried it possibly 3 times, wish I had returned it....need to swap it, will never wear it again.
HATED it. It's very glittery and chunky and the color is awful for my cool-toned skin. I've had it for 2 months and NEVER used it. I've tried to use it in every way - all over lid, crease, or as a liner - but nothing worked.