Parental Advisory: MAC's Rated R Starflash Shadow
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Pictured: MAC's Rated R and Eyepopping
Pictured left to right: MAC's Sharp from the Tempting Eye Palette, MAC's Eyepopping, Tony&Tina's Cosmic Destiny and the new MAC shade called Rated R. I did two swatches of this shade. I applied wet and dry.
MAC's Sharp from the Tempting Eye Palette
Tony&Tina's Cosmic Destiny in the Spring Nymph palette.
Pictured left to right:MAC's Rated R, Eyepopping, Tony&Tina's Cosmic Destiny and MAC's Sharp.
MAC's Eyepopping and
Sharp are very close in looks. Eyepopping is a richer texture with a smidge less yellow pigment.
Cosmic Destiny shadow in the Tony & Tina Spring Nymph eye palette is more of a muted pea green soup shade with a dash of shimmer.
Rated "R" shadow is a lime green that flashes yellow metallic. Applied wet brings out the green intensity. The texture for starflash shades is magnificent. It feels creamy yet light like a dollop of marshmallow fluff.
Disclaimer: A press sample of this product was provided by MAC cosmetics and the Tony & Tina palette was purchased at TJ Maxx.