Okay I am on a swing today.
MAC describes Nehru as matte muted bluish black.
Since MAC Carbon is a pretty useless eyeshadow, I wanted a matte black eyeshadow in my palette . Nehru kinda caught my attention. It is a matte charcoal black eyeshadow with navy bluish undertones. Although it is not a deep deep black that I wanted, I find Nehru to be super versatile. You can use it a transition color while doing super black smokey eye. You can use it for everyday smokey eye since it is softer than your regular black and does not look harsh. Looks great during the day time. It is very soft and buildable. The pigmentation is really nice. There is a teeny meeny bit of fall out, which can totally be handled. It goes on smoothly and blends well.
Nehru is probably one of my most used and one of my fav eyeshadows from MAC. If you are someone who is scared of using deep black eyeshadows, try this one. Very forgiving.
Indian Makeup and Beauty Blog Rating : 5/5
Carbon (l) vs Nehru (r)
Swatches: top Nehru, bottom carbon
EOTD : I had a bit of shimmer left on my brush from Antiqued. I let it be and it gave a lovely goldenish geryish effect on my eyes. I applied a bit of purple eyeshadow on the crease. and blended it with a soft brown eyeshadow . Finished it off with kohl on waterline, black gel liner on top lash line and a mascara.
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