MAC Heirloom Mix Enchantment Pressed Pigment | Heather N King

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MAC Heirloom Mix Enchantment Pressed Pigment

MAC Heirloom Mix Enchantment Pressed Pigment

MAC Heirloom Mix Pressed Pigment in “Enchantment” is described as a violet with blue violet sparkles. It’s definitely difficult to capture how pretty this really is with my iPhone. Pressed pigments can be a little tricky to work with. It’s better if you think of them not as eyeshadows but, well… pigments. This swatches terribly with my finger. A dry eyeshadow brush was only slightly better. When I scraped a little off, mixed it with Fix+ and applied it with a damp eyeshadow brush, I achieved a nice foiled look. I found the actual best way to apply this is by simply using your finger. I’m so used to using makeup brushes and mixing mediums that I forgot that we are all equipped with a natural makeup tool – our fingers! I totally overthought it! By simply rubbing my finger gently into the pan and the. Swiping it across my lids, I experienced the best and most true-to-color pigmentation. People who enjoy sheer eyeshadow looks will like this. People who don’t want to work for their pigmentation or dislike using their fingers, steer clear!

MAC Heirloom Mix Enchantment Pressed Pigment

MAC’s pressed pigments are best applied using just your fingers.

MAC’s pressed pigments apply best using just your fingertips.

The MAC Heirloom Mix collection is available online October 19th at and in store October 23rd.

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