Black and Gold | MAC Cosmetics Nocturnals Collection Pigments and Glitter
Nocturnals Holiday Collection: Black and Gold Pigment and Glitter Set Limited Edition
Museum Bronze a brown bronze, almost a gold shimmer has a frost finish.
colour peach beige with champagne shimmer and this has a matte finish.
concentrated loose colour powder that contains ingredients to help it adhere to
the skin. Pigment comes in an amazing range of colours. Use to create a subtle
wash of colour or an extreme effect. Pigment does not streak or cake, is easy
to blend and long lasting.
I created the above look using the Copper Sparkle pigment as well as MAC Eye shadows in Sketch and Carbon.
Now for the glitter…
Gold is a warm almost rose gold glitter.
Here I am wearing the Naked pigment as the base colour, with the Gold glitter over the top in the centre of the lid, I used MAC Eyeshadow in Embark just to add a bit more depth for the purpose of this review.
Here I am wearing the Black glitter, I first of all used my MAC Eyeshadow in Plum Dressing all over the lid blended out above the socket, I then used Carbon in the outer corner with the Black Glitter packed on top.
For both of the glitter applications I first wet my brush with MAC Fix + to give me more control of where the glitter would be placed, it is almost impossible to apply the glitter well without a wet brush. A negative about the glitter, it HURTS LIKE A BITCH when you get it in your eyes. So be careful when using the glitters as part of an eye make-up look!
My favourite jar out of the five has to be Museum Bronze, for me it is such a wearable colour and one I could wear both day and night. Above you can see me wearing it all over the lid, with a little of MAC Eyeshadows in Embark, Carbon and All That Glitters. I finished the look off with MAC Black Track Gel Liner and a bit of mascara.
I wish I could buy all of the MAC Pigments, I think they are an amazing product, which colours do you like? Did you manage to get your hands on any of these Holiday Sets?