MUG Foiled Pigments
I’ve been meaning to review, swatch and put together some looks for these for a little while now … not enough time in a day! LOL Ugh. There are a good range of colors to choose from in this new foiled line, and I’ll be sharing all of them with you in this post. These pigments are very finely milled and tend to go everywhere during use, even on application, very messy! Beautiful though, nonetheless. The great thing about pigments is you don’t have to strictly use them on your eyes; they can also be used on the cheeks, lips, nails, etc. and mixed together to create beautiful, new and one-of-a-kind colors. The quality of color payoff you get with these is wonderful but each time I used them I found myself applying them wet to avoid having a mess on my face afterwards. Applying them that way also intensified the color, but they are very pigmented on their own, too.
- Tin Man (on lid, below crease)
- Vintage (deepen crease)
- Petal Pusher (blend out edges of Vintage)
- Drama Queen (outer corner)