I was very excited to receive these MUG pigments because I had seen so many swatches that were just gorgeous on all types of skin. The staying power of these pigments is absolutely amazing and they blend very easily. I looking forward to creating many different looks during the fall and winter months!
October 12, 2014
August 28, 2013
This has definitely happened to me more than once, receiving a broken item in the mail. I just happened to have found this on the Nordstrom's website, it was supposed to be on back order until Sept 7th, but it came in two days... broken. I called and they're sending me out a new one and said just to keep that one or toss it. I think pigments are very soft to begin with and having a pressed pigment, that just seems like double trouble. In any case, I saw a few swatches of this color online and I knew I had to have it.
July 30, 2013
Mac Jewelmarine Glitter is one of the most prettiest glitters in the entire MAC Glitter collection. It came onto the scene as a LE item and is now very hard to find. I manage to find this from a seller in the Mac Community on Live Journal. This community has over 65K member and you can always fine someone selling LE items.... but of course you can expect to pay more.
May 4, 2013
February 21, 2012
January 19, 2012
January 16, 2012
These are the two pigments that are a part of my Mac CCO haul series. They are from the Wonder Women collection released last year.
November 26, 2011
September 28, 2011
I really love wearing pigments because you don't have to use that much product and you get lot's of bang for your buck. This is my Mac pigment collection, normally I buy full jars and fill up the 7 gram plastic jars, then sell off the remaining pigment jars for half price. Those jars are so hard to store and i'll never use up a whole jar so I share the love. Check out my blog sale here for pigments I have on sale.
August 30, 2011
She charges $3 for 1/4tsp of any pigment color. I have 2 colors per pan so it cost $6 per pan. If you only want one color, then I believe it will only cost you $3 per pan. I believe this is a great way to try the Mac pigments considering Mac charges $19 per jar and you're never going to use it all up, this is certainly a better way to go.