MAC • Your Ladyship Pigment Antiquitease • Eye Shadow
|Would buy this product again.||77%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This pigment is a pale, creamy off-white with a lot of gold sparkles. I love this eyeshadow because it's neutral but with a kick. I love how this makes my eyes sparkle and stands out against thick black eyeliner. I feel very ethereal and fairy-like when I wear this :)
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Your ladyship is one of the first pigments I ever bought from MAC and it is absolutely fantastic. It looks just plain and neutral but it has the most beautiful iridescent shimmer when you put it on. I used it as a cheek highlight one day and it made my face glow. If you can find this anywhere GET IT.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I'm NW15 with green eyes. This product was LE with the October 2007 Antiquitease collection. The color description is a creamy white with gold pearlized pigments. I initially passed on this pigment, thinking it was just another average highlight color. However, after hearing so many raves about it, I knew I just had to track it down. I'm so glad I did because this is my favorite highlight color. It is a gorgeous creamy white like the description says, with lots of gold shimmer. It works beautifully with all neutral colors, especially taupes like Sweet Sienna pigment. It lasts all day over UDPP. It is $19.50 for a jar, but the price is right because you'll never run out (almost a year later and I haven't even made a dent in my jar). This is definitely a must-have pigment and if I ever needed to, I would pay big money for another.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
this is one of my favorite pigments, because its so unique with its glitterish sheen, not huge glitter chuncks but like a gold glitter sheen finish. OMGGGGG PRETTTY. there's no other pigment like this beautiful nude. here it is paired with trax. i used mixing medium to pack it on :D
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
So Your Ladyship.
I got this lovely gem because my local counter randomly had three of them for no reason, and I could not be happier with it. This is the absolute most wonderful neutral highlight/lid color I've ever owned.
Your Ladyship is a pale flesh-toned pigment with a medium-goldish shimmer and LOTS of gold sparkles. It's almost like the pale version of Dark Soul pigment.
Your Ladyship looks glorious as a browbone highlighter, or on the lid with a brown or gold in the crease.
The one and only drawback of Your Ladyshipis that the gold glitter/sparkle is waaaaaay to crazy the use as a highlighter on the face or anywhere else- for me, at least. It's like having a bunch of glitter on your cheekbones, instead of a glow.
Anyway, Your Ladyship is magical. If you find it, get it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I cannot rave enough about Your Ladyship!!! It is one of the most versatile pigments MAC has ever made. It's an amazing brow bone and cheek highlight. I put some into my Fix+ and use it to refresh during the day...it gives a wonderful glow. I place it in the center of my lip over lipstick... I use it on my collar bones and cleavage to highlight...A++++++++++
I can't live without this!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
Overall rating: This is, probably, along with MAC Vanilla, my most HG favorite browbone loose pigment highlighter! The base color is similar to MAC Naked but way better IMHO because it isn't chalky and there are more sparkly bits, but they still aren't OTT. This makes me look like a fairy princess when applied correctly!
Packaging: A bit pricey at $19.50 for a small jar, but it lasts for a *very* long time. No sifter cap means increased spillage possibilities :-( I usually lpress my pigments so I don't have to worry about this happening.
Would I buy again: Absolutely!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
I purchased this at the CCO in Carlsbad, CA. I really do like it. It sort of reminds me of a cross between Shimmertime and Vanilla. It does have some sparkle to it, but for a summer day, with minimal makeup, it's really very pretty. I'll never get through my whole jar, but if I had bought a sample, I would probably try to get another sample. I have fair skin with auburn hair.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Olive, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Black
this pigment is one of my go to colors for my brow bone highlight... im one of the few people it seems that cant STAND it when others use white/off white eyeshadow (like ricepaper or shroom) as a highlight (ACK!)..... maybe its because i have olive/tan coloring... who knows..
the texture of this pigment is like that of naked and provence... and at first glance you would say there isnt much difference between these 3 (especially naked and your ladyship), but i see differently... its a gorgeous light champagne shade with pinkish undertones... moderate with the glitter... not as glittery as some of the other pigments... and i love the glowy effect it gives the skin when used as a highlight... you can use it for your cheeks as well...
my only problem with this pigment is that ive found it to be difficult to layer on the color... i wish it could be more of a color to layer because its very pretty on its own.. but i use it so much as a wash/highlight it doesnt even matter... ive gone through quite a bit of mine already so, yes, i would repurchase
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Wow, it looks so ordinary, or basic.. but I used this over a base colour (Birthday Suit Cream Shadow from Benefit) and it just somehow made it seem more sophisticated, it gave it more depth, even though previously I just used it as a highlighter. I love to use this also in the inner corner, but wow.. after using it as a wash over the lid, I want to get it full size (I have a sample) I happen to love the shimmer in this colour, and the peach undertone..
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
My color: Brunette, NW20ish, green eyes.... Well, I guess I'm not the only one who sees the chunks of bronzey-gold glitter in this pigment. If they could've just done w/o that glitter this pigment would be perfection w/ its peachy-champagne glowiness that is the PERFECT highlight for me. I went around all day today w/ glitter on my cheeks (I used it to highlight my cheeks, which would've been perfect if, AGAIN, there was no glitter, eyes, down my nose.... ugh!!).
Needless to say, would not repurchase, nor will I wear it again, which has me on the search for the perfect matching peachy-champagne color elsewhere....
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
This is a very glamorous, pretty pigment but if I didn't already own Naked pigment, I would love it more. It's VERY similar to Naked so it's kind of pointless to keep it (therefore I will be returning it). I thought it would be much whiter or paler I guess.
EDIT: I have grown to love this pigment, so I didn't return it afterall. It is a little more pink than Naked pigment, so it's not totally the same color :) I use it on my brow bone basically everyday now to highlight.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
Dry, this isn't too special. It looks like lots of other neutral, French-vanilla shades. But wet, it acquires the loveliest creamy glow. It reminds me a LOT of Vanilla pigment when wet, but minus the pale pink interference. This still almost has a duochrome effect, but with an ivory base and pale gold interference, which makes it extremely subtle. I love the soft brightness it gives my eyes--it's so ethereal and angelic (and this is coming from a yellow-toned person with dark eyes who dislikes white eyeshadows since they usually look chalky and obvious on her). Definitely not glittery on me at all. Beautiful!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
all i can say is: WHOAAA GLITTER CITY. :|
it looked pretty under a dark light, but dang, when i went out into the sunlight, my whole face was glittering like mad. the glitters aren't fine, they're so chunky and really noticeable. it's the first thing my bf noticed when he saw me, and the first thing he commented on. and of course, he can't really say "ew." but i knew he was thinking it. o.o
so yeah. i def. would not recommend this product. i don't understand the hype about it. i like vanilla so much more than this one.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
This is not the most unique color. I am nw 20 with blue/green eyes and it is a nice vanilla with a hint of peach or pink and a hint of gold. I use it as a wash under other colors or over other colors so I apply it very sparingly. It blends easily which makes it a nice base or a lovely frost over the top to mix everything else together and add a special touch. I do not like the jar that they package these in at all though. MAC should at least give us a sifter to pour out a little in the lid. I dip my brush in the jar and then tap it off in the lid to get a small amount on the brush before I start. This technique may help those who feel it is chunky or glittery or over the top. I will not repurchase because I will never use this up. In fact, I have 1/3 jar up for swap right now.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
NW25, Lt. Brown, Blue/Hazel, Combo, No breakouts. I purchased a sample of this pigment, and must say I love it. Great for sparkle on a night out with hubby. My Favorite so far. Much better than Vanilla which turns yellow on me. Very blendable and flatters with other colored pigments or shadows. Will repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
I acquired a sample of this pigment recently, and I have really grown to love it. I use it as an all over wash and highlighter, and I have not been reaching for Shroom quite so much anymore. This is a shimmery white pigment with pale pink tones..and works with all of the eyeshadow colors I have. It is very nice!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is awesome as a highlighter with a light hand on medium/olive undertoned skin (NC30). I like the effect it gives as a slight wash over eyeshadow just to tie all the colors in together, also great for highlighting just under the brow bone and putting a dab on the center of the bottom lip for a seemingly larger pout post-gloss. It can be OTT but a little goes a longgg way. If I ever run out of this I'll probably use Naked, as they're pretty similar on my skintone.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
*I'm a MAC NW15 or less/ MUFE Mat Velvet+ 15/ PPP*
This lovely, pale gold loose powder has a place of honor on my makeup table. I use it several times per week for a variety of eye looks ranging from a light wash to blend with greens and blues for serious *pop*!
Sometimes, I’ll mix a pinch of “Your Ladyship” in with my hair glosser and work through my highlights do a subtle shimmery glow.
Unlike some reviewer, I did not feel that this pigment was an OTT glitter bomb- not that there's anything wrong with that. I do not know if this has more to do with the individual batches or personal opinions. I would certainly not suggest this pigment for someone who does not like even a hint of sparkle.
My longstanding beef with MAC pigment is the travel-unfriendly, easy-to-be-unsanitary jar packaging. I pressed a pan of this shadow so that it can tag along with the rest of my makeup when I travel.
I stated that I would buy this pigment again based on my happiness with this purchase. However, as it will last halfway to forever, I don't forsee needing to rebuy it.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Olive Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Limited edition release with the Antiquitease Collection that came out October/Holiday 2007. What seems to be a great color is brought down by the flyaway chunks of glitter for me. Your Ladyship Pigment is a soft champagne highlighter shimmer shade with finely milled golden glitter. ITs not harsh chunky glitter but its still visible. Great base everyday shade except for the glitter which gets everywhere. Too much sparkle for daytime IMO. Retails for $19.50 and comes in the standard MAC pigment jar. Nice but i prefer the glitter free pigments.