yesterday before i left for the beach i made sure i went and stopped by mac because their new hey sailor collection launched that day. i had seen picture and watches online and loved just about the whole collection. i’m not made out of money though so i decided i could get 2 eye shadows because i just about fell in love with them! i got jaunty (on the left) and barefoot (on the right). i saw swatches online and of course everyones skin tone is different so they will look different in person so i watched the two in person and died! they are both perfect summer colors! jaunty is a very sheer color but extremely build-able especially with a base. barefoot reminds me of a pale/sheer woodwinked which is one of my favorites. i don’t have any color in my make-up collection like barefoot, i have been looking for a color like barefoot for awhile and this mac one came out right on time! i see myself using jaunty as a highlight color as well because it can be that sheer. i also love the packaging of these products, it come in navy blue packaging with a clear top with stripes on it, its perfect! i almost don’t want to depot these because i like the packaging so much, but i know eventually i will because it will be easier to carry it around in my palette. i’m super excited about this whole collection hopefully i can get paid fast enough so i can get a couple more things before they are sold out! and if you haven’t seen the collection i would suggest looking at it!
here are temptalia’s descriptions of the two eye shadows (i’m really bad at describing them)
jaunty: is a warm, light-medium beige with a slightly metallic sheen. This has a frost finish. The color payoff is so-so, but I imagine most people who gravitate towards this shade will like some of that underlying transparency
barefoot: is a dirty warm gold with hints of bronze. This has a veluxe pearl finish. The texture was soft but it wasn’t fully opaque–there’s some sheerness in it. The color has a lot of warmth and some orange in it, so it doesn’t look like your traditional yellow gold. It’s not quite subdued enough or brown enough to be the average antique/tarnished gold
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