Today's featured product is MAC's Cornflower pigment: a beautiful blue/violet duochrome. This is one of the most beautiful pigments I have ever seen, and if you like blues at all, this is definitely a must for your collection.
I've found that MAC pigments are some of the easiest to work with in the makeup world. They are much easier than mineral eyeshadow because they clump together, in a sense. As you can see below, the jar looks like a bunch of tiny clumps of pigment, rather than a fine sand consistency.
This is the pigment swatched dry. If you apply it wet, you will see an even more saturated color (however, I usually apply my pigments dry).
This is amazing even just along the lower lash line for a pop of color.
Do you like loose pigments? Or are they too much work?