Purple Haze! A beautiful, vibrant blue-leaning purple that thankfully comes in an easy to work with matte formula. This is a lovely purple for those of you with cooler complexions that may find some of the warmer/red-toned purples (i.e. Plum Dressing, Creme de Violet, etc.) harder to work with. I did find that I preferred applying Purple Haze on the lid after a purple base had been applied (if you don’t have the one I used below, Maybelline has a purple color tattoo base that would work well too). Applied to the lid by itself with no base, I found it to have more of a blotchy application than I would’ve liked. After working with this one, it reminds me of a matte version of Satellite Dreams. If you don’t like Satellite Dreams’s finish, I’d recommend trying Purple Haze instead. And if you own Purple Haze and are looking for more combos to use with it, you may also check the Satellite Dreams post for more inspiration. Now I simply need to decide which I like better to keep!
MAC eyeshadows used:
- Half Wild Paint Pot LE (as a base, below crease)
- Purple Haze (on lid, below crease)
- Dynamo LE (crease)
- Orb (blend)