MAC • Pressed Pigment in Light Touch • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
I absolutely LOVE this. It's a really gorgeous strawberry champagne color, and very glittery....very very glittery, I LOVE glitter, and wear it all the time and this was even more glittery than I usually wear. I felt like Tinkerbell ran into my eyes. IT's great, really fantastic. I use it mostly as a highlight. I highly recommend it.
II also bought one in day gleam, deeply dashing and spot lit. These are my first mac shadows ever, and I love them all so so much.
The one problem that I have with this, and my other 3 pressed pigments is that I hardly get any payoff at all, just glitter, and from browsing at the mac store, I have found that this is a common problem with a lot of their eyeshadows with an exception of this pretty copper one, all that glitters, and this neon orange one.
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.
Light Touch is a glittery mid-toned champgne that vaguely reminds me of Stila Kitten and MAC Naked Lunch, but I think it actually might be lighter than the two. I personally can use it as both an all-over lid shade and a highlight on my NC35 skin.
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.