Mac pigment and Serpentina look

I’ve been trying out different things with my Serpentina palette and after the last time, I realized I need to be more careful with what sparkly product I use on the lid. 

So here was what I decided to try using: 


This is one of my favourite Mac pigment colours but I don’t often find a reason to use it. 


I used queen above the crease, ankh to define the crease, but not as a cut crease this time. I used my Mac 217 and the new Sephora blending brush (which I don’t think works too well with this palette because the brush is to loose for such a creamy shadow). Then with some Mac Fix +, I covered the lid with the rose pigment. Then I used the Kat Von d liner, and Dior iconic Overcurl mascara

For the face, I used urban decay naked foundation in 2, too faced born this way concealer, hourglass blush in mood exposure, and a brown Mac blush to contour. I used a Sephora brand pink liquid glitter liner under my eyes which worked surprisingly well with the pigment! 

For lipstick, I used another from my urban decay vice sample set, called amulet. (Once I try all of them, I’m going to do a blog to show you what all the colour look like, so stay tuned). Here’s the lipstick colour for reference 


And here’s the final look!



Enjoy and see you again soon!

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