Hope you all are having a great week. Since the weather is all rainy, stormy and gloomy here, I absolutely don’t feel like studying. I would rather be sipping coffee or lie on the bed flipping colourful magazines. I am thinking of having a great haircut to beat the weather blues, but till that happens, great makeup always is the quick fix *wink wink*
The other day I was at MAC, I realized I didn’t have a single pink shadow. So, I asked the SA to show me something that was “summer-vibrant,” but also day worthy. She picked out two shadows, Pink Venus and Sushi Flower.
What MAC Says:
Sushi Flower is a medium-dark pink with a satin finish.
$15 + tax.
My Experience with MAC Eyeshadow in Sushi Flower:
When I saw the pan, I thought it was way too bright for my taste. The SA applied Brule all over the lid and blended Sushi Flower in the crease. I thought it looked fabulous and neutral to some extent, and very day appropriate. I also applied and blended it all over the lid with an eyeliner and it gave a nice pinky sheen to the lids. I have been using this a lot since I got this one. I can finally say that this is one product which will hit the pan soon. Sushi Flower can be teamed up with a lot of colours; browns, purples, champagnes, over a black base too. Since it has a satin finish, it applies like a dream. It blends on the crease like a dream and has almost negligible fall-outs. It gives a nice pop of colour even with a pair of jeans and a tee 🙂
Summing it up:
What I Like about MAC Eyeshadow in Sushi Flower:
- Very vibrant shade.
- Decent pigmentation.
- Very easy to apply and blend.
- Very buildable shade.
- Looks different when applied on the lids and when applied on the crease.
What I Do Not Like about MAC Eyeshadow in Sushi Flower:
- $15 price label.
- I would use it very carefully on the lower eye area, it might look like someone punched you.
Verdict on MAC Eyeshadow in Sushi Flower:
This would suit a lot of skin tones and goes with neutral look for work as well as party looks, very versatile and I would say, a must-have for MAC collectors 🙂
The FOTD shot also features the ELF blush I used in the last post.
In the EOTD, I have used Sushi Flower on the lid and a purple on the outer-V and crease.
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