I never in a million years would have thought I could wear this color (I avoid orange, peach, coral, etc.), but this actually works on me as a lid color. It's a golden bronzey amber (hence the name, duh!) color. I have paired this with Bronze and Sketch.
Amber lights turned a frosty metallic coppery orange on my lids. In case you are wondering this is NOT a favorite color of mine! I prefer goldmine to this, it has less of the copper/orange twinge that I abhor.
I don't like this shade. It turns a weird orange shade on my lids.
I use this when I want to wear the brown smokey eye look. It is kind of dark on my lids to I make sure to apply it with a light hand.
Another great, sexy MAC shadow! This is a golden bronze color that has a lot of shimmer to it. I like to use it very lightly to top off my eye make-up.
I've went through this eyeshadow 3 times now...this is the best color in my collection...It's my favorite...I get more compliments on this color than anything else...its a gorgeous color...absolutely gorgeous!!!! i encourage everyone to go and get it...and line it with brun shadow with #266 brush...
I really like this shadow. Its a ambery gold color that I don't think would work on those with pale skintones because it's a little intense but it looks lovely on MMM. I've also found a lookalike if you want to save a little money. Max Factor Hollywood Bronze.
Amber Lights is just a beautiful goldish color that complements any skin tone. I pair it with a multitude of colors in my collection, from Mulch to Cranberry and everything in between. The price for the quality of the product is very reasonable. I would definitely buy this product again.
I loved this color I initially purchased it with Paradisco and Rule for a wedding I did. I liked it so much I wore it a lot and still do.
Awesome MAC shade! When alot of people I know see it they think its too intense, but I think thats what makes this color so fun. Its a amberish/bronzish/fire looking/sunset color. Its SO versatile! You can use it on your cheeks, in the crease to really illuminate your eyes, on the lid, under your eyes, its so pretty. Experiment with it, its not as intense on, as it is in the pot, so if youve been to weary to try it, do so next time your at MAC! Makes my green hazel eyes pop!