Spotlight On: MAC Pink Freeze


Finish: Frost / Bright pink with icy pearl

Pink Freeze is a light pink shade that can be used all over the lid or could serve as a highlighter if used lightly. This color is the perfect light pink for when you want pink in your look, but you don’t want it to be overpowering. It’s subtle enough for more conservative environments.  It has great consistency and blends well other colors. This has often been compared to Crystal Avalanche and they are essentially almost the same. If you’re debating between the two, Pink Freeze is a more toned down pink and has greater color payoff, in my opinion. And if you have a darker complexion, this is awesome applied to the inner corners for brightening your eyes.

Look #1 – click here for the full face!

MAC eyeshadows used:

  • Parfait Amour (inner and outer third of lid)
  • Pink Freeze (middle of lid)
  • Gesso (blend)

 

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Comments & Responses

8 Responses so far.

  1. Kristina says:

    I just want to say the biggest Thank you ever!
    Your job and sharing this with us, is just wonderful.
    I have a quite lot of mac eyeshadows, but i never could pair them up or to suite them together…so im most thank ful for this!

  2. LRW says:

    oh,my..#6 is stunning!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Aisha Lahmadi says:

    I have done look 4 today and its fab. I love yiour website, i even have a shortcut on my phone so I can check out the site in the morning when deciding my look :)

  4. boops says:

    like the brown eyed look,only have expensive pink, cranberry and beauty marked. Would that work? Also that Rose pro looks very similar to Rose gold pigment which I do have. Don’t have gesso but do have other white matte shadows. What could I use instead of Yogurt to blend? Would any light pink shadow do?

    • Zabrena says:

      That would work, absolutely! :)
      I wouldn’t compare Rose PRO to Rose Gold pigment as Rose Gold is a true gold with a touch of pink whereas Rose PRO is a vibrant pink with a touch of gold. Could you mean Rose pigment? That one is close to Rose PRO.

      And yes, you could definitely use any white matte eyeshadow in place of Gesso. Instead of Yogurt, you could just use your regular blending shade or a very light, barely there pink eyeshadow. Yogurt just helps to warm up the look ;)

      • boops says:

        Thanks Z I have one called beauty sleep as a light pink. The pigment, i’m not sure what it is (sample with name rubbed off), it looks pinky bronze to me, I have had it forever. I’ll dig thru my other brand shadows for something similar, sure I’ll find one. Thanks again ;)

      • boops says:

        AHa I did it, used heritage rouge instead of Rose Pro-very cool look! Thsnks for this brown eyed look.

  5. AJ says:

    Would this eye shadow look ashy on darker complected women. (Black women, Indian women etc)

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