If you’ve had the opportunity to work with some of MAC’s beautiful purples, then you more than likely already know that some of them can be troublesome to get to show on the lid. A primer does wonders, but sometimes a colored paint pot that’s a darker shade in the same color spectrum can really mean all the difference in the world!
In today’s look, I’m going to show how Half-Wild transforms a few of some of my favorite MAC purples. I realize Half-Wild is a limited edition paint pot, and while I was lucky enough to find it in a CCO, I’m not sure if it’s still floating around out there. So, if you don’t own any purple paint pots or paints, try using Blackground in its place for a very similar effect.
And even though Kitschmas pigment was not used in the below look, it’s one I’ve struggled with in the past; but not anymore!
- Too Faced Eyeshadow Insurance
- Half Wild Paint Pot LE (on lid, below crease and lower lashline)
- MAC Seedy Pearl (inner half of lid)
- MAC Grape pigment LE (outer half of lid and lower lashline)
- MAC Pinked Mauve pigment LE (crease)
- MAC Vanilla (blend)
- MAC Blacktrack Fluidline
- Covergirl brow pencil in ‘Soft Blonde’
- Jordana Best Lash Xtreme Mascara in Black
- Prestige Brow Perfection Clear Brow Gel
- Red Cherry #47 false eyelashes