Thursday, 4 October 2012

MAC Antique Green Pigment Review & Swatches


I recently managed to get hold of MAC Pigment in Antique Green, purely because i love how different this green is.

This shade is sort of a smoky dark teal but with more of a golden undertone to it and it can be intense if you layer the colour. It is super silky to apply to the lids and there was minimal fall out.


The great thing about pigments is that they are so versatile and can be used for a wide variety of things for example: eyeliner, eyeshadow, mascara etc. MAC also have different mixing mediums and the one i have can intensify the colour.

Left-Right: Antique Green with MAC Mixing Medium, Antique Green on its own.

Below is a look i did using MAC Antique Green pigment and i used MAC Rubenesque Paint Pot as a base. The outer corner of the eye, i used Inglot eyeshadow in 340.


MAC pigments retail at £16.50 and can be purchased HERE

Have any of you used MAC pigments? What do you think of them?

1 comment:

  1. hiya plz can you tell me where i can purchase mac PRO setting powder? preferably online..thanks

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