Designer of the Month: Annamarie McHugh

enamel leaf pendant


A variety of materials go into the pieces made by Annamarie, including silver and enamel, with the designs in her handmade jewellery collection being inspired mainly by fantasy and faeries. In the following Designer of the Month interview, we spoke to her about her background, what she has learnt from her time as a jeweller and more…

Let us know a bit about yourself, detailing your background, study and training in the jewellery making industry.

My working background is within the corporate sector. However, I’ve been making jewellery as a hobby for many years – beadwork, wire work and simple silver designs, but there is only so many presents you can give to the same people over and over! In 2015 I tried to start my current jewellery business whilst still working full time in order to minimise the risk of a new enterprise. However, the nature of my work and the hours were not conducive to any consistent or sustainable outcomes for my little enterprise. So, in mid-2017 I left my role as Operations Director to finally pursue my passion full-time and Jewellery by Annamarie was born. Not sure whether my subsequent conversion to vegetarianism was an ethical decision or a consequential financial one!

Anyway, as I have been making jewellery for years I am largely self-taught but have augmented this with part-time courses at the Birmingham School of Jewellery and the Midlands Art Centre, concentrating primarily on traditional silversmithing techniques and stone setting.

Tell us about your work – are there any particular materials or techniques that you favour?

This is where I am going to make an effort to be concise as I love learning new skills and having my work evolve with them, and so could go on and on. The challenge is to stick to my business plan and know that there will be new collections to come, with which I can incorporate more and more techniques.

I love reticulating silver and predict that featuring in a future collection.

I love silver and gold – in the form of wire, sheet and metal clay. One thing that excites me is the symbiotic potential of using all three mediums to make something beautiful, detailed and unique.

I also love colour, and have started using vitreous enamel. Whilst my current work is predominantly silver, future collections will incorporate more colour and when I have the money I will hopefully be booking myself onto a course with Ruth Ball.

How would you best describe your design style?

Away with the faeries! Just joking.

I think that style is innate – some more distinctive than others – but this means that whatever you make, it is in your own style.

The type of jewellery I make is mainly whimsical – some of which is detailed and smaller pieces a little more simple.  I make faery houses and doors and little toadstools – some not so little! Tiny little toadstool house charms hanging from mirror finished bangles and earrings in the shape of a rolled newspaper engraved with the words Faery News.

toadstool charm

I am currently working on a new collection, Ould Man Oak, which will include oak leaves, a green man, acorns and little green gemstones – a mixture of Peridot and Chrome Diopside. They will be ready for the British Craft Trade Fair at the start of April.

As a jewellery maker, where do you like to get your inspiration from for your pieces?

My inspiration is mainly drawn from nature and my imagination – which is a place of magic and fantasy. I am a prolific reader and, amongst others, one genre constant is that of fantasy…this also feeds my imagination.

That being said, the shape or flow of a piece can be influenced by the curve of a railing which catches my eye or a Christmas bauble – so there is magic to be had everywhere.

Do you have a piece that you have made which you favour or are particularly proud of?

I oscillate between love of every piece I do and hyper-criticism which renders none of them any good. I’m sure other designer makers go through similar emotions…or at least I hope I’m not the only one!

If I have to choose one, it is probably the first faerie house on which I used a little vitreous enamel – I think the colour made it ‘pop’ a little. The house has a leaf roof and the use of transparent enamel allows the natural leaf vein structure to remain visible through the colour. The little toadstool on the doorstep has a door and window to house a tiny family of sprites and is highlighted with opaque red enamel. The house (pendant) hangs low on a substantial chain which avoids being chunky with the use of various chain types, little beads of Peridot and chalcedony and small silver pieces; flowers, a dragonfly and butterfly.

toadstool house

What is the one item in your jewellery making workshop that you could not live without?

Hmmm…just 1?

Well, if I can have only one it will have to be my polishing motor – both my Dremel and my stand-alone motor. Oops…did I sneak in 2 there?

There are so many tools that I can’t do without. However, these tools save me so much time when sanding fiddly little areas, in polishing or frosting. I am currently thinking about buying a new pendant motor tool ‘just in case’ because if anything happened to my Dremel, I would be hard pushed waiting for a replacement to arrive.

What upcoming trends do you see being popular soon?

I think CAD is becoming more prevalent and also more acceptable. By that, I mean that it is becoming accepted by designer/hand makers as a way of augmenting some designs, but not taking the place of the bench work that is so loved.

I also think that metal clay, whilst it has been around for over 10 years, is now becoming more popular with jewellers who appreciate the quality of what can be achieved. More makers now see it as another medium rather than a pseudo product.

With regards to what is selling – anything with a nature theme seems to be eternally popular. The latest fashion editorials have predicted that big, statement jewellery will be the pick of 2019, with colourful and quirky jewellery being a hit. I hope so, as this would suit my work…I don’t make many huge statement pieces but I make very few tiny pieces and most of my work is definitely quirky.

What is the most valuable lesson you have learnt from your time in the jewellery making industry?

Plan…plan…plan.

You know that old chestnut…’Fail to plan and you plan to fail.’

toadstool on chain

There’s a balance to be had between artistic pursuit and business plan outcomes. I can easily be drawn away to try new ideas and techniques – some of which come to fruition and others which…don’t! This is where the balance comes in.

I would happily pursue every appealing design thought that pops into my head and if I see an Andrew Berry YouTube video, I just want to get on with trying out a new technique straight away. I think it’s important to make time for this because it can lead to good things, but it’s a balancing act.  I always ask myself – does it contribute to this year’s business plan? What outcome will be achieved? How will it benefit?

Of course, it may not contribute or add value straight away, but I look at the potential, either immediate or long term, and plan accordingly. Well, that’s the plan! And, I do my best to stick to it.

Do you have any particular advice that you would give to up and coming jewellery designers, or someone interested in getting into jewellery making?

Write down a little reminder of something that puts a smile on your face or a feeling of joy/pride/success in your heart. Keep it near. When times are tough – look at it and keep going.

Listen to the valuable advice of others but only take on board that which fits with your journey and strengthens your plan….it can be easy to lose your way…so when you have your nose to the grindstone, working hard, lift your head regularly to check you’re going in the right direction.

Give it time – it won’t happen overnight, just believe in yourself and your product.

…and finally, time for a bit of fun in our quick-fire round! Tell us your favourite…

…drink – pina colada

…book – Lord of the Rings

…gemstone – Peridot

…sport – swimming

…animal – wolf

For more details on Annamarie’s work, you can visit her website, or feel free to check out her Facebook page, Twitter profile or her Instagram page.





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MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette Review & Swatches


It’s Designer

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette ($48.00 for 0.60 oz.) contains a mix of brighter mattes and pops of shimmery color along with a medium black. I feel like the palette tells the story of MAC eyeshadows over the last few years. The mattes are firmer, stiffer, and better for building up color but when it comes to deriving really electric color on the lid, they’re not as pigmented as needed to do so–I’d recommend using a tacky primer or white base to help get more oomph out of them (assuming true-to-pan color is the goal). The shimmers were less consistent, but most of them were under-performing due to pigmentation and texture, either being too dry or too emollient. If you’re someone who tends to use dampened brushes with their shimmers, that would help quite a bit and likely give you a better experience working with the palette overall.

It’s Designer

It’s Designer
B-

Limited Edition

8
Product

8
Pigmentation

8
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

81%
Total

Chrome Yellow

Chrome Yellow is a bright, medium yellow with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had good color coverage in a single layer, but it was the type of yellow that seemed to fade a bit after application and was more prone to sheering out as I worked with it. Over an eyeshadow primer, it was better, and of course, over a white base, it would pop quite a bit. The texture was slightly thin, a little dry, though blendable. It lasted well for seven and a half hours on me before fading a bit.

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  • Make Up For Ever Jaune (DC, $20.00) is more shimmery (95% similar).
  • Coloured Raine Lemon Drop (PiP, $6.99) is darker (95% similar).
  • Kat Von D Fran (LE, ) is darker, more muted (95% similar).
  • Melt Cosmetics Neon (PiP, ) is more muted (95% similar).
  • Inglot #323 (P, $6.00) is better quality (95% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Sol (134CM) (PiP, ) (95% similar).
  • Colour Pop Mischief (PiP, $5.00) is warmer (95% similar).
  • Anastasia Phresh (LE, $12.00) is more muted (95% similar).
  • Too Faced Good Boy (LE, $16.00) is darker (90% similar).
  • NARS Douro (P, $19.00) is lighter (90% similar).
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Chrome Yellow

Chrome Yellow
B

Permanent

8
Product

9
Pigmentation

8
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

83%
Total

My Kid Could Make That

My Kid Could Make That is a bright, lime green with warm, yellow undertones and a matte finish. It had good color coverage, though it needed to be layered (two to three layers) to get to full coverage in practice as it had a drier, thinner consistency that was prone to sheering out and fading when applied to bare skin. It started to show a bit of fading after seven and a half hours of wear.

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  • MAC Shock Factor (P, $17.00) is lighter, warmer (90% similar).
  • Make Up For Ever S336 Lime (DC, $21.00) is more shimmery (90% similar).
  • Sephora Jeffery (LE, ) is darker, warmer (85% similar).
  • Huda Beauty Sapphire #7 (LE, ) is more shimmery, warmer (85% similar).
  • MAC Bitter (DC, $17.00) is darker, warmer (85% similar).
  • Urban Decay Thrash (PiP, ) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (85% similar).
  • Anastasia Sphere (LE, $12.00) is darker, warmer (80% similar).
  • MAC Sour Lemon (DC, $17.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (80% similar).
  • Viseart Bright Editorial #2 (P, ) is darker, warmer (80% similar).
  • MAC Remixology (LE, $17.00) is darker, warmer (80% similar).
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My Kid Could Make That

My Kid Could Make That
B

Limited Edition

8
Product

9
Pigmentation

8
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

83%
Total

Bright Pink

Bright Pink is a bright, fuchsia pink with cooler, blue undertones and a matte finish. It had good pigmentation but appeared a bit more muted, a little darker when applied to my skin and lost some of that intensity seen in the pan. It had a drier, firmer consistency, which made it easier to apply in layers to build up coverage, but it became more troublesome to blend at full pigment (in one layer). It wore well for eight hours before fading a bit and stained my skin slightly.

Bright Pink

Bright Pink
B

Permanent

8
Product

9
Pigmentation

8
Texture

8.5
Longevity

4.5
Application

84%
Total

Can’t Afford This

Can’t Afford This is a fiery orange with warm, reddish undertones and a matte finish. It had rich color coverage with a smooth, blendable texture that wasn’t too soft nor too firmly pressed in the pan. It was thinner than most matte eyeshadow formulations these days but consistent with MAC’s. The eyeshadow applied well to bare skin and blended out with little effort. It stayed on well for eight hours before fading a bit.

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  • Colour Pop Euphoric (LE, $5.00) is darker (95% similar).
  • Melt Cosmetics Main Squeeze (PiP, ) is darker (95% similar).
  • MAC Red Brick (P, $17.00) is more muted (95% similar).
  • MAC Sabina Sangre (LE, $17.00) is more shimmery, warmer (95% similar).
  • Juvia’s Place Zakiya (LE, ) is darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • Smashbox Wait, What? (P, ) is darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • Makeup Geek Dynamic (P, $9.00) is more shimmery, lighter, warmer (90% similar).
  • Buxom It Crowd (P, $12.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • Makeup Geek Poppy (P, $6.00) is more shimmery, lighter, warmer (90% similar).
  • MAC Orange (DC, $17.00) is brighter, warmer (90% similar).
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Can’t Afford This

Can’t Afford This
A-

Limited Edition

9
Product

10
Pigmentation

9
Texture

8.5
Longevity

5
Application

92%
Total

If It Ain’t Baroque

If It Ain’t Baroque is a medium-dark gold with warm undertones and a sparkling, metallic finish. The texture felt drier and chunkier, as it didn’t seem to have as much creaminess or slip to help keep all the shimmers and sparkly bits contained. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation that applied best by pressing and patting onto my skin, then blending the edges. There was some fallout during application, which I was able to mitigate if I used it with a dampened brush. It lasted for just over seven and a half hours on me before I noticed some fading.

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  • LORAC Gold Leaf (LE, $19.00) is darker (95% similar).
  • Make Up For Ever D410 Gold Nugget (DC, $21.00) is less shimmery (95% similar).
  • Chanel Rêve d’Orient #3 (LE, ) is darker (95% similar).
  • Chanel Quintessence #5 (LE, ) is less shimmery (95% similar).
  • Colour Pop Rule Breaker (PiP, $5.00) is less shimmery (95% similar).
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty The Siren #4 (LE, ) is less shimmery (95% similar).
  • Anastasia Sunny (LE, $12.00) is darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • MAC Spun from Gold (LE, $18.00) is lighter (90% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Sundazed (128K) (PiP, ) is warmer (90% similar).
  • Coloured Raine St. Germain Cocktail (P, $6.99) is less shimmery, warmer (90% similar).
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If It Ain’t Baroque

If It Ain’t Baroque
C+

Limited Edition

7.5
Product

8.5
Pigmentation

7
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

79%
Total

It’s Designer

It’s Designer is a light-medium orange with warm, golden shimmer and larger sparkle. The texture was drier and felt more loosely-pressed in the pan, which gave it a powderiness and a tendency to having fallout during application. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that I could pack on and get to opaque coverage if desired, but it’s the type of texture that I would use with a dampened brush to minimize fallout and improve adhesion and coverage. It wore nicely for seven and a half hours before there was visible fading.

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  • MAC Amberluxe #4 (PiP, ) is darker (95% similar).
  • MAC Gingerluxe #2 (LE, ) is less shimmery, darker (95% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Mandarine (123DC) (PiP, $29.00) is brighter (90% similar).
  • Gucci Beauty Azalea (Left) (P, ) is less shimmery, lighter (90% similar).
  • Too Faced Honey Pot (PiP, $16.00) is less shimmery (90% similar).
  • MAC Warm Wash #3 (LE, ) is less shimmery, darker (90% similar).
  • Colour Pop Two Birds (P, $5.00) is darker (90% similar).
  • Gucci Beauty Autumn Fire #1 (P, ) is cooler (90% similar).
  • Colour Pop TF (LE, $5.00) is darker (90% similar).
  • MAC Golden Hours #2 (LE, $21.00) is less shimmery, lighter (90% similar).
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Ingredients

It’s Designer

It’s Designer
C+

Limited Edition

7.5
Product

8.5
Pigmentation

7
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

79%
Total

Starry Night

Starry Night is a reddened-plum base with blue-to-violet shifting shimmer. The consistency was incredibly creamy and smooth; it adhered beautifully to bare skin and blended out easily along the edges. It had opaque color payoff that stayed on well for eight hours before it started to crease faintly.

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  • Urban Decay Solstice (P, $20.00) is more shimmery (95% similar).
  • Urban Decay Fortune-Teller (LE, $19.00) is more shimmery, cooler (95% similar).
  • MAC Boom Boom Room (LE, $18.00) is more shimmery (95% similar).
  • Colour Pop Lucid (LE, $5.00) is more shimmery, darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • MAC Humoresque (LE, $18.00) is more shimmery, lighter (90% similar).
  • Makeup Geek Insomnia (P, $12.00) is more shimmery, darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • Viseart Grande Pro (Vol. 2) #24 (LE, ) is less shimmery, darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • Too Faced Artist Pass (LE, $16.00) is less shimmery, darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • Too Faced Best Friends (LE, $16.00) is darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Calypso Blue (05M) (P, $29.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (90% similar).
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Starry Night

Starry Night
A

Limited Edition

9.5
Product

10
Pigmentation

9.5
Texture

8.5
Longevity

5
Application

94%
Total

Darkroom

Darkroom is a light-medium purple with subtle, warm undertones and a satin finish. The texture was rather emollient and had more slip, which yielded weaker pigmentation that didn’t apply as evenly as preferred. I’d recommend using this with a dampened brush or fingertip to get smoother, more even and opaque coverage with less effort. It lasted nicely for seven hours on me before I noticed signs of fading.

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  • MAC Violet Impact (LE, $17.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (95% similar).
  • NARS Sultan (P, $19.00) is less shimmery, lighter (90% similar).
  • Urban Decay Rogue (LE, $19.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • MAC X-Punk (PiP, ) is darker (90% similar).
  • Colour Pop Try Me (P, $5.00) is less shimmery, darker (90% similar).
  • LORAC Meditation (LE, $19.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • Melt Cosmetics Promiscuous (PiP, ) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (85% similar).
  • MAC Crème de Violet (DC, $17.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (85% similar).
  • Colour Pop On the Rise (DC, $5.00) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (85% similar).
  • Tom Ford Beauty Daydream #2 (PiP, ) is more shimmery, lighter, cooler (85% similar).
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Darkroom

Darkroom
C-

Limited Edition

6.5
Product

7
Pigmentation

7
Texture

7.5
Longevity

4
Application

71%
Total

High Concept

High Concept is a pale silver with subtle, cool undertones and a frosted finish. The texture was soft, more loosely-pressed in the pan, and a little drier, so there was fallout during application as I worked with this shade on my lid. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation, but between the pigmentation and texture, it was a shade I’d recommend using with a damp brush or over a lightly tacky primer. It wore well for seven and a half hours on me before I noticed slight fading.

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  • Make Up For Ever ME202 Iceberg Blue (DC, $21.00) is more shimmery, cooler (95% similar).
  • NARS Flowers 3 #1 (DC, $25.00) is less shimmery (95% similar).
  • BH Cosmetics Foil Eyes 2 #16 (PiP, ) is less shimmery (95% similar).
  • Tom Ford Beauty Ice Queen #2 (PiP, ) is more shimmery, cooler (95% similar).
  • MAC Platinum Shadow (LE, $17.00) is less shimmery, warmer (90% similar).
  • Cle de Peau Pewter Veil #4 (LE, ) is more shimmery, brighter (90% similar).
  • Viseart Sterling (PiP, ) is warmer (90% similar).
  • Make Up For Ever D118 Platinum (DC, $21.00) is less shimmery, darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • Juvia’s Place Iman (P, ) is less shimmery, cooler (90% similar).
  • MAC Treasure Me (LE, $20.00) is less shimmery, cooler (90% similar).
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High Concept

High Concept
B

Limited Edition

8
Product

9.8
Pigmentation

8
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

85%
Total

Gallerina

Gallerina is a muted, medium-dark blue-leaning teal with cool undertones and a frosted, slightly metallic finish. The texture was lightly creamy with some slip, which helped it adhere better without primer, but it didn’t go on as evenly as I would have liked. I had to work it in and buff out the powder to get even, opaque coverage. It stayed well for eight hours on me before I noticed faint fading.

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  • Makeup Geek Autumn Breeze (P, $6.00) is warmer (90% similar).
  • Viseart Boheme Dream #10 (LE, ) is more shimmery, darker, warmer (90% similar).
  • Too Faced Dusk Teal Dawn (LE, $16.00) is more shimmery, lighter, cooler (90% similar).
  • Chanel Affresco #4 (LE, ) is lighter, warmer (90% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Deep Teal (19M) (PiP, $29.00) is warmer (90% similar).
  • Urban Decay Junkie (LE, $19.00) is more shimmery, warmer (90% similar).
  • NYX Savage (P, $6.00) is more shimmery, lighter, cooler (90% similar).
  • Marc Jacobs Beauty The Night Owl #5 (PiP, ) is less shimmery, warmer (90% similar).
  • Tom Ford Beauty Azure Sun (Cream Color) (LE, $45.00) is less shimmery, warmer (90% similar).
  • Urban Decay Fringe (DC, $19.00) is more shimmery, darker, cooler (90% similar).
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Gallerina

Gallerina
B

Limited Edition

8
Product

9.5
Pigmentation

8
Texture

8.5
Longevity

4.5
Application

86%
Total

Triennial Wave

Triennial Wave is a brighter, medium blue with cool undertones and a semi-matte finish. There were barely-there shimmers strewn throughout that helped make it more blendable but didn’t visibly change its finish from looking matte. The eyeshadow had a soft, powdery consistency, which made it more prone to sheering out (though blendable!) and harder to build up without a primer or tacky base under it. It had some fallout during application as well from trying to built it from medium coverage to opaque coverage. It lasted nicely for seven and a half hours on me before I noticed signs of wear.

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  • Viseart Bright Editorial #8 (P, ) is less shimmery, darker (90% similar).
  • Kat Von D Synth (LE, ) is less shimmery, brighter (90% similar).
  • Colour Pop Backstage (P, $5.00) is darker, cooler (90% similar).
  • Colour Pop Zoomship (P, $5.00) is lighter (85% similar).
  • Coloured Raine Drip Drop (P, $6.99) is brighter (85% similar).
  • Kat Von D Doom (LE, ) is less shimmery, lighter, brighter (85% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Laguna (LE, ) is lighter (85% similar).
  • Natasha Denona Koh Tao (89V) (P, $29.00) is less shimmery, lighter (85% similar).
  • Colour Pop Taco (LE, $5.00) is less shimmery, lighter (80% similar).
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Triennial Wave

Triennial Wave
C

Limited Edition

7
Product

8
Pigmentation

7
Texture

8
Longevity

4
Application

76%
Total

Carbon

Carbon is a medium-dark black with neutral undertones and a matte finish. It had medium, buildable pigmentation with a drier, stiffer texture. Carbon is one of those shades that swatches pitifully but is excellent for adding and layering over other shades to darken but less so for all-over application or when one wants true black eyeshadow. The version included the palette is not the best nor the worst Carbon I’ve encountered in my time; it was more workable but definitely more in the “buildable pigmentation” zone. It wore well for seven and a half hours on me before I noticed slight fading.

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  • MAC Bleuluxe #5 (PiP, ) (100% similar).
  • Guerlain Les Ombres de Nuit #4 (LE, ) (100% similar).
  • Make Up For Ever #04 (DC, $20.00) (100% similar).
  • Make Up For Ever #04 (DC, $20.00) (100% similar).
  • Kat Von D Killing Moon (LE, ) (100% similar).
  • Giorgio Armani #1 Fall Collection 2012 #4 (LE, ) is cooler (95% similar).
  • NARS Filbuste (P, $28.00) is glossier (95% similar).
  • Sephora Obsidian (PiP, ) is warmer (95% similar).
  • Too Faced Sin City (LE, $16.00) is lighter (95% similar).
  • Colour Pop Let’s Do It (P, $5.00) is warmer (95% similar).
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Carbon

Carbon
C+

Permanent

7
Product

7.5
Pigmentation

7.5
Texture

8
Longevity

4.5
Application

77%
Total

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MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC Starry Night Eyeshadow

MAC Starry Night Eyeshadow

MAC Starry Night Eyeshadow

MAC Darkroom Eyeshadow

MAC Darkroom Eyeshadow

MAC High Concept Eyeshadow

MAC High Concept Eyeshadow

MAC Gallerina Eyeshadow

MAC Gallerina Eyeshadow

MAC Triennial Wave Eyeshadow

MAC Triennial Wave Eyeshadow

MAC Carbon Eyeshadow

MAC Carbon Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Art Library Palette

MAC It’s Designer Palette | Look Details

MAC It’s Designer Palette | Look Details

MAC It’s Designer Palette | Look Details

MAC It’s Designer Palette | Look Details

MAC Chrome Yellow Eyeshadow

MAC Chrome Yellow Eyeshadow

MAC My Kid Could Make That Eyeshadow

MAC My Kid Could Make That Eyeshadow

MAC Bright Pink Powder Blush (Small)

MAC Bright Pink Powder Blush (Small)

MAC Can’t Afford This Eyeshadow

MAC Can’t Afford This Eyeshadow

MAC If It Ain’t Baroque Eyeshadow

MAC If It Ain’t Baroque Eyeshadow

MAC If It Ain’t Baroque Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC It’s Designer Eyeshadow

MAC Starry Night Eyeshadow

MAC Starry Night Eyeshadow

MAC Starry Night Eyeshadow

MAC Darkroom Eyeshadow

MAC Darkroom Eyeshadow

MAC High Concept Eyeshadow

MAC High Concept Eyeshadow

MAC Gallerina Eyeshadow

MAC Gallerina Eyeshadow

MAC Triennial Wave Eyeshadow

MAC Triennial Wave Eyeshadow

MAC Carbon Eyeshadow

MAC Carbon Eyeshadow



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