This is a deep forest green e/s color. I love this in the crease or the outer corners with MAC Greensmoke as a lid color and All That Glitters as a highlight. It's a very pigmented green color and you need only a light hand to get the right amount of pigment. This is a staple and one of my favorites. I have dark brown eyes and dark brown hair and I find this brings the colors out of my eyes. Will def repurchase again.
A couple of reviewers commented that they have a hard time wearing this but that it is such a beautiful shade of green. Try using this as a liner for your lower lash line. The shimmery forest green as a lower lashline liner really brings out brown eyes. So take out your Humid eyeshadow and start using it! It is too gorgeous not to be used!
Humid is a really pretty dark yellowed green. I like it in the crease with All That Glitters, but that's about it. I don't think I would repurchase just because I don't use it often enough. But if you love greens, this is definitely the one to get. For reference, I am NC25.
Humid is a gorgeous vivid forest green that I unfortunately don't know how to wear, except on few occasions. I wish I could pull it off more easily because the color is so beautiful. I find that some frost finish eye shadows are extremely un-pigmented (I'm looking at you, Parfait Amour), but this eye shadow is crazy pigmented! I can find no faults to this eye shadow other than the fact that it is hard for me to wear. Get this shadow if you love green eye shadow!
This is a beautiful green! Not exactly a forest green. Somewhere in between kelly and forest green. It's just a great green to own, very smooth and blendable. I like to use this to add something fun to a neutral look or for an all out green look, really lovely. This would be great for a pro or for someone who wants to experiment with color. Definitely not an intimidating green.
After watching video after video with make up artists telling everyone this color was "the" green to own and me being a huge MAC shadow fan - I finally made the trek to the MAC store and purchased humid. It is very dark, very pigmented but very lovely. I think application of the eyeshadow is the key. If you aren't careful you could end up with an overly green eye! But, used in conjunction with some complimentary colors that are not so dark, this color is fantastic. I actually pair it with some browns - soft brown from MAC and other browns. Sometimes I use humid just on the lower lash line. Very pretty..
This green is BEAUTIFUL! I use it in the crease for green smoky eye. I thought it would be similar to mac swimming but its darker, much more pigmented and less glittery. Swimming is a lustre finish and humid is a frost. It blends wonderfully. I usually wear these two colors together, swimming o the lid and humid in the crease. MAC shadows are expensive but i love it the same. I will buy again when I hit pan.
Hands down: The prettiest green mankind has ever made!
<3 Super pigmented & beautiful with Urban Decay's eyeshadow in "Mildew."
Two of my favorite greens <3
Humid reminds me of the humid weather.. Something hot & stinky? LOL And something stinky would be the color green...
Mildew would be something gross like algae and mildew....LOL...:) Green<3 continued >>
I just bought this at a sale in the "To The Beach" packaging and the payoff is great on it. I really like the colour and the way it look!!! Definitely one to have in your collection :)
Awesome green. Vibrant, true mid-tone green. Looks wonderful on the lower lashline for a pop of color in an otherwise neutral look, but is also the perfect shade for an entire green smoky look, that will stay green throughout the night without fading or losing its vividness. The color payoff is fabulous, what you see in the pan is exactly what you get on the lid - a mid-tone green. Not a grass green, or a lime green, or a forest green, or a teal. Just a slightly more muted version of the greenest green, with a hint of velvety sheen to it. Looks amazing on brown eyes. Will repurchase.