MAC Teal Pigment
This is one intense color and one of my favorite pigments from MAC. Teal has a rich seafoam color and can be worn bright like a peacock on the lid or sheered out for a soft wash of color. It does require a primer before application to bring out the intensity. I have not ever experienced fading with this pigment and it’s very easy to blend into other colors, too. Additionally, Teal makes for a beautiful eyeliner and a one-of-a-kind nail polish when mixed with clear nail polish.
I don’t have Mac teal pigment, but l have a teal pigment from another company. Can’t wait to try these 🙂
I can’t pull up the eye look from the Mac teal pigment look
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Thanks for your interest!
Yes, yes! Any teal would work here!
Elise J Lev
What primer would you suggest? Also do you have a listing of all the looks you’ve done with MAC Primers? Perhaps under MAC Library?
I usually buy the samples of MAC Primers as I tend not to use them too frequently.
I go between the LORAC Behind the Scenes Primer and NARS – both are real good with pigments! Yes! I just added a Pigment Directory to the Library – great timing, huh? 🙂 You may find it under the ‘Library’ tab on the top menu, or here: https://myeyeshadowconsultant.com/looks-with-pigments/ 🙂
I purchased the pigment sets from Mac this year, and Teal pigment is in one of the sets, yay, it’s gorgeous! Thanks for these looks Zabrena!
Whoo hooo!! Love when that happens! Enjoy, love! 🙂
Elise J Lev
Oops I meant pigments.
Look number 3 is absolutely stunning! I definitely need to bust out my teal pigment! I haven’t used it in forever! Thanks Zabrena:)
YAY! You’re welcome, Laura! Enjoy!
Look 3 is gorgeous! I’m tempted to add some type of purple to it 🙂
Ouuu! Yes! That would be gorgeous!
Thank you so much for starting a Pigment Library! Love, love, LOVE your site!!! Merry Christmas!
I did look #1 the other day and i added afterglow pigment to the center of the lid and it was so beautiful! Thank you for teaching me that trick!