MAC • Matte - Yogurt • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||74%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
This is my staple eyeshadow when it comes to eye make up. I have pinky undertones in my skin, so the light pink hue of this looks natural and beautiful against my skin and eye color. I apply this all over the lid for a daily, evened out look. Or, I use "Dazzlelight" on the lid, "I Do" from the Too Faced romantic eye palette in the crease, and "Yogurt" over the who eye to blend out and neutralize the look. To make any look more natural or toned down, use a fluffy blending brush with this eye shadow and boom, it's perfect every time!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Blue
This is a color I would not have picked out for myself, but when I was having my makeup done I saw the makeup artist using it for my eyelid base as well as my browbone transition color close to the highlight. I asked her about it, she told me the name.
Something about this color really works for me. I'm very fair (NW10, freckled), so it shows up as a very light shade of pink, just barely pink. It works great as a non-white shade to use transitioning out of the crease, which is mostly what I use it for. I've surprised myself with how much I've used this since I bought it. I primarily use this when doing a purple or blue smokey eye without warm shades. I almost always use Yogurt right next to Quarry, as a transition color or even a highlight.
I'm not sure how well this will work for darker skin tones, but for very fair skin, it is certainly a great option and worth experimenting with. I wouldn't recommend buying it without testing it or swatching it first.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
This shade doesn't get enough attention! It looks wonderful on blue-green eyes. It applies smoothly as a slightly pink matte shade, and is buildable. It is not chalky and it's quite subtle. Subtle enough to look natural and compliment the eyes.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Green
Yogurt is a mostly-matte pale pink colour that takes a little layering to build up and I'm sure will look fairly chalky on people of darker (or just tanner) skin tone, but on me, it's magic. After 3 layers on the lid pulled up high above the crease my eyes look gigantic, almost doll-like, especially with mascara. I'd been told my skin had yellow tones underneath all the red, and this is so pink but looks so great, that I'm no longer sure. I often use something like Star Violet, a soft purple like Satellite Dreams, or a brown like Kid in the crease for definition.
I love Yogurt! I hope it still loves me after the way I had to treat it trying to pull it out of its compact...
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is my only : i hate product from Mac. It do nothing at all for me. It on,t show up at all. even when i have a white pen-primer (milk color) under.
I did just throw it, i had no use for it. It migth be nice, if you have dark skin, but if you are fair and ligth it will not show up at all.. :(
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
A creamy matte light pink shadow: no brainer,right? Not so much. Had a very hard time finding such a e/s until this. I wish it were Matte2, a better formula, but it is a matte and the lighter colors are not grainy as are the darker ones, IMHO. It does take some extra strokes to get it on, but it is a step above a basic beige for me, with green eyes and NW20. I use with Matte2 Fig 1 in outer "v", and copperplate, another Matte2, in crease, or Handwritten (matte2). I have found that the darker colors really need for me to be matte2 or Veluxe as the matte dark colors are oh so grainy and the satins are just not pigmented enough.
UPDATE: put this on one eye and a Dior light pink on the other and what can I write? The Dior looked and felt so much better...
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
I'm usually not a fan of pink eyeshadow but I really like how this looks on my eyes. For reference, I'm a NW 20 according to MAC. This is a matte shadow and goes on pretty well. Not as good as UD mattes but still much better than others. I wore this with darker purples and a navy eyeliner and it looked good. I have finally found a soft pink eyeshadow that I really like. Next, I'm planning to wear with greys for a smoky eye. I didn't have my primer with me, so this was basically on bare skin with a small amount of powder. I was not expecting it to last, but it stayed on for several hours without creasing or disappearing. I took one lippie off because it took a little more work to apply than my usual Urbay Decay matte shadows, but it's still a fav of mine. I will repurchase.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I have pink undertones and this seems to compliment my skin quite well.The color applies smooth and nice just like my other MAC eyeshadows.It is a very light light, pale pink toned brownish color to me. And I love it.I wuld not reccommend it for yellow undertones, it just might look weird as it did on my yellow undertoned sister.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Olive Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
Love this colour! The perfect base for my skintone. Texture is silky smooth, and helps my colours blend flawlessly!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Red Eyes: Green
This was one of the first MAC eye shadows I purchased many years ago and have repurchased it many times again as I consider it a staple in my collection. It's not a colour that I like to use everyday, but more for those days when I'm tired and want a simple, bright eyed, and easy neutral eye. I apply it over a base (usually NYX Milk) on the lid and it works great to brighten my eyes without looking tired as sometimes pink tones can do that, but not Yogurt. Yogurt is a nice matte shade that looks boring in the pan, but comes in really handy.