Indian Ink is a dark purple, matte shade that is semi-easy to work with, in my opinion. If you have more mature eyelids, this one is a great one for you to have within your collection as its matte formula will hide fine lines, but still give you great color. As you’ll note by the below combos, I really love wearing Indian Ink on the outer part of the eye for added definition. I didn’t particularly like it in the crease as I found it VERY difficult to blend away, even when applied sparingly with a fluffy brush! It goes beautifully with a variety of colors, including like purples, blues, grays, and pinks. If you don’t own Indian Ink but still want to recreate some of the combos below, mixing Fig. 1 with something like Shadowy Lady would provide the same type of definition in its place.
MAC eyeshadows used:
- Mancatcher LE (inner half of lid) – could also use ‘Seedy Pearl’ here
- Indian Ink (outer half of lid and lower lashline)
- Fashion Groupie LE (crease) – could also use ‘Satellite Dreams’ here
- Yogurt (blend)