MAC • Pressed Pigment in Deeply Dashing • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I havent't written a review for a while now and this product prompted me to write one.
This is my HG brown <3. But only because I like glitter.
Darker colours which are matte tend to make me look like I got punched in the eye.
This is the perfect sunkissed brown which flashes glitter particles that are large enough to catch the eye, but small enough to be sophiaticated. The nature of the product also makes the brown not opaque enough to be overpowering, so the colour does not dominate the eye, but enhances it as an eyeshasow should. LOVE!
I really hope the previous poster was right when they said it wasn't LE. I was told by the SA this was :(
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
Pressed Pigments are permanent. They were recently released for the MAC Spring 2013 collection.
Deeply Dashing is a glittery warm chocolate brown with a frosty pearl finish. Great to use for a bronze-y golden smokey eye! I used it with UD Half Baked and deepened the edges with MAC Carbon--fantastic!
All the shades are gorgeous and very pigmented. However, if you aren't a fan of glitter, then these aren't for you, because they have loads of glitter! I love using these when I want a super fun, deliciously sparkly look--they're my go-to for a night out or special occasion.
There is glitter fall-out, but to minimize fall-out you MUST use some kind of base or primer--UDPP works alright, but I recommend you use something that's more tacky, like the MAC Water-Based Mixing Medium or maybe even Paint Pots.
I also recommend you use a short, dense brush to apply it (like the MAC 215), but honestly I find that using my fingers is best. You get much less fall-out that way, since your fingers pick up more of the actual pigment than the glitter.
It costs $21 for 0.1 oz (3 g).
Would I repurchase? Yes.