- Nylon (Frost) - Pale Gold with icy shimmer - Beautiful intense white shade which is perfect for the inner corner or even as a brow bone highlight.
- Omega (Matte) - Soft-muted beige taupe - My favourite transition shade for a cool toned shadow look.
- Wedge (Matte) - Soft-muted beige taupe - This is slightly more warm than Omega and also great as a transition shade. On my medium-toned skin, it doesn't show up as well, but great for anyone who is fair or has a light skin tone.
- Tempting (Lustre) - Sinfully rich coco - Very pigmented dark gold shade which is beautiful all over the lid.
- Charcoal Brown (Matte) - Muted taupe brown - So many reviews mentioned that they use this for eyebrows, but personally it's another favourite transition shade, it shows up a bit better than Omega on my skin tone, so it gives further depth in my crease.
- Naked Lunch (Frost) - Minimal pink with shimmer - This is a very hyped up shadow, however pigmentation isn't the best. It's a very subtle champagne colour, which I like to use as a brow bone highlight.
- Mulch (Velvet) - Red-brown with Bronze Pearl - Very pigmented bronze shade which is great all over the lids, it complements my brown eyes quite nicely and it looks beautiful with a darker brown shadow in the crease.
- Woodwinked (Veluxe Pearl) - Warm Antique Gold - Very smooth, pigmented and blendable true gold. One of my must-haves.
- Satin Taupe (Frost) - Taupe with silver shimmer - Another favourite, works really well with brown eyes, and I love wearing it on its own with just a bit of eyeliner and mascara.
- Smut (Velvet) - Muted black with red shimmer - Although it doesn't swatch very smoothly on my hands, it actually blends quite well with other shadows on my eyes, I like to use this on the outer V when I want to create a smokey eye but don't want a harsh black.
- All That Glitters (Veluxe Pearl) - Beige with gold pearl - Probably my favourite shadow out of all the shades I own! Perfect for a soft and subtle makeup look, one of my must-haves for everyday and a very versatile colour.
- Sable (Frost) - Gold plum with bronze pearl - I fell in love with this colour as soon as I swatched it. It looks stunning on its own, and blends very well.
- Sketch (Velvet) - Burgundy with red shimmer - The formula isn't the best, and it tends to be drier than any of the other shadows in this palette, therefore making it slightly harder to blend. However if you're willing to make it work, it is a beautiful and unique crease shade.
- Beauty Marked (Velvet) - Black red with sparkle pearl - In the pan, this looks quite intense and shimmery. That being said I have come to love it as a crease or outer V shade especially with purple based looks.
- Fig 1 (Matte) - Eggplant purple - This also may look intimidating when you first look at it, but I feel like it gives you a lot of control over the intensity of the colour due to its smooth, and blendable formula. It has also got a great lasting power.
To round it all off, I would say that I'm very satisfied with the shades I chose and this palette is quickly becoming one of my favourites as it has got all of my go-to shades. There are numerous looks I can create with this customized palette and I'm sure it will get a lot of love during these next couple of weeks.
Do you own any MAC eyeshadows? What are your favourites? Let me know in the comments!
Until next time,