I recently had my make up done at a MAC counter and asked for colours that would look natural, but still make my tired looking skin brighter. She used this shade on the crease with seedy pearl on the lid and it instantly made me look more awake! Love it! If i want more definition I use a shimmery brown on the outer corners. And i must add, I generally cannot wear too many pinks on my light olive skin without looking hung over, but this one looks pretty! Colour as already described by others, and i was pleasantly surprised that this e/s didn't look near as hot pink on as it does in the pan.
I had pretty high hopes for this one, I wanted a nice pigmented fuschia. This shadow looks great in the pot but the pigment is WEAK once you get in on your lids. I was playing with it and wanted to do a hot pink smokey eye, I used Da Bling on the lid, it was very wimpy and light so I packed some more on and it didnt help. So I ended up using Sushi Flower instead, a much better color but since its very coral it was not the hot pink I was looking for. Oh, and I HATE the name of this color. *sigh* Is this the best you could do MAC?
I love this eyeshadow.
I was looking for a versatile pink that I could mix with other shades and it does exactly that.
I have worn it on my lid with Fuschia pigment in the crease for a more intense pink look.
Last time I wore it, I wore it on the lid, with "melon" pigment in the centre of the lid and blended it into the inner corner in my eye with the "lemon" mac pigment. These are great spring colours, pinks, peaches & golds. Reminded me of the new Nars duo.
Love this eyeshadow!
I thought this was an excellent eyeshadow. At first I tried it with a regular sponge-tipped applicator and it delivered average results, however when I used it with my Mac e/s brush and I got the hang of blending with other shades I get outstanding results. This shade is very luminous, and a gorgeous pink shade. When I wore it to a rave I blended it over my brow bone (and applied nothing to the lid) and then blended it with Bonnebel cafe classics shadow palette that I apply underneath my brow to highlight. (I believe it is the third shade down on the palette).
Downside, 1 lippie deduction for creasies just like any regular drugstore shadow.
An OK medium satiny pink eyeshadow, "Da Bling" makes me think of the colour of a ballet slipper, a pastel-ish, very ladylike shade... not what you'd expect from the name at all, lol. I wouldn't repurchase this since I have so many pink MAC eyeshadows already (Sweet Lust, Seedy Pearl, Titillate, Pushup Pink) and there's nothing at all outstanding about this one.
I'm one for bright, dramatic colours, so this wasn't exactly what I was looking for when I bought it. It looks a lot brighter and more shimmery in the pan. However, it still looks nice on if you're looking for a lighter, medium pink colour. It has a fair amount of shimmer but not too much. I just wish this showed up a little bit better - I have very pale skin, so it doesn't to too much for me. But blended with a few other colours, it works out well.
A beautiful light sweet pink that looks fresh and natural. Goes on beautifully with a light shimmer finish. Tried it on a client with hazel eyes/tan skin and she looked gorgeous.
This is the perfect babydoll pink on my NW35 skin. A must have. Very natural looking as well.
I love pink very much that most part of my stash is based on pinky colors. This is the color i was looking for so long, and i'm so glad that i find this gorgeous shimmery medium pink(in Veluxe Pearl)! It is a girly pink without any peaches or mauve undertones. e/s has great pigmentation and can be build easily. Even using it alone would look so great. I'll definitely repurchase this gorgeous color my HG e/s.
I'm quite happy with this purchase. It's quite hard to find that perfect pink at MAC, most of them tend to have some mauve/plum undertones or are too shimmery with no pigment. Da Bling is a bright and deep pink in the pan, but on the skin it's a wearable medium pink. I like pairing this with Pink Opal pigment continued >>