Product Reviews by jewels64
I love this brush - it makes applying concealer fast and flawless. It blends the concealer really well. Works great for the undereye area, and the larger size makes it easy to use for other areas of the face as well. I also like the heft of the handle - I think it makes it easier to control than other concealer brushes I've tried. I use this brush every time I apply concealer now.
I love this brush for applying gel eyeliner. It makes a precise, defined line, as well as improves the ease of application. I prefer this brush over the Sonia Kashuk Bent Eyeliner brush I had been using - which while also a great brush, I now only reach for it when my MAC 211 is dirty.
Mehr is a matte "dirty"-toned, medium pink that is a darker MLBB color. I don't find it noticeably drying on my lips, but it doesn't seem to feel quite as nice as some of the other recent mattes that MAC has come out with. I originally passed on this in favor of Yash when they were introduced as limited edition with the Mickey Contractor collection, but I later found myself …Read more
This is my HG concealer for the undereye area. The more liquidy consistency of it makes it easy to apply, and non-cakey, while giving good coverage for dark undereye circles. I'm NC25-30 and use this in NW20. However, although the product itself warrants a 5-lippies rating from me, I am not a fan of the packaging. Though I appreciate the pump dispenser for hygienic reasons, as other …Read more
This blush is aptly named The Perfect Cheek. It is a beautiful matte nude-pink that imparts a glowy, contour/blush combo on my NC25-30 cheekbones. It is perfect for work, and pulls together a smokey eye/nude lip look as well. It is probably my favorite MAC blush ever. I got this (along with a back-up) with the Makeup Art Cosmetics collection but it was repromoted with the Marilyn Monroe …Read more
I have had Smut for awhile but it mostly sat unappreciated in a drawer until I depotted it and put it in a 15-pan palette. It is now one of my most loved MAC shades. It is a beautiful gray with hints of brownish and purplish tones that I wear on the lid for a simple smoky eye. I have since promoted it to a spot in my "go-to travel" quad along with Femme Fi, Satin Taupe, and Brun.
I got a pedicure and wanted a bright corally pink to look forward to spring, along the lines of the bright pinkish lipsticks that MAC has put out recently. I really like it. It looks more reddish pink in the bottle but corally pink on my NC30 skin tone.
After refusing to purchase any MAC pigments in the new-style jars, I made an exception for Museum Bronze. In the couple of years since MAC changed the packaging of pigment jars from 7.5g to 4.5g, I boycotted pigments because of the decreased value and also because aesthetically I just did not like the look of the new-style jars. However, I got a sample of Museum Bronze and fell in love with it …Read more