Today's featured product is MAC's Melon pigment, a beautiful peachy gold. I love this pigment because the color is neutral and very wearable, but the duochrome sheen makes my eyes really pop. This is a really great eyeshadow if you don't want to look like you're trying hard with your makeup, but you want everyone to notice it at the same time.
As mentioned in an earlier post, I like MAC pigments because they are a little clumpy (as you can see below). This makes picking them up on my brush and applying them a little easier. I prefer to apply these pigments dry, but you could also wet your brush with water or MAC Fix+ to get an even more dramatic color payoff.
I like pairing this pigment with MAC Rubenesque paint pot as a base, since they are virtually the same shade. If I'm going for a more neutral look, I'll put a warm matte brown in the crease (like MAC Cork), or for something more dramatic I'll put a burnt, coppery red color in my crease. This also looks AMAZING with MAC Sketch eyeshadow (dark burgundy).
Do you like switching up the colors you wear on your eyes? Or do you wear the same colors all the time? I like experimenting with colors, but usually save the extra bright/dark stuff for the weekends or fun events.