I wanted to do this for a longgggg time but when Zara mentioned this I couldn’t stop myself from taking the pics and sharing my favorite picks for Neutral eyeshadow from MAC ….
I don’t know how long it will take , but this was going on back of my mind for past few days - A series featuring colors which is / are suitable for our skin tone in particular so that’s why it says ” The Indian Way “ . You will get to see … ” Red Lips – The Indian Way “ , “Pink lips – the Indian Way “ and so on … the first to feature here is ” MAC Neutral Eyeshadow Palette – The Indian Way “
I did this simple and old classic look with Golden and Bronze and paired with Red Lips . You can use any earthy tone palette for this , Maybelline chai latte quad is great and a black eyeshadow like Bourjois Intense Extrait Eyeshadow in # 10 is good option Read My Review Here .
And this is how the look turned up :
Here is step by step of the look :
I use to keep myself away from frosty finishes but ever since I saw some BEAUTIFUL colors from upcoming MAC Surf Baby collection which consists of awesome Teal and Gold I thought it’s not that bad and I should give one more shot to this finish. I am very finicky about my eye shadow finishes and my MUA at MAC laughs at me for this but then … it’s good to be wise buyer rather than impulse buyer.
So while going through some online swatches for frost eyeshadow , I saw this color and read numerous reviews and then Finally picked this . I tell you I had gone for Cream blend release but my friend strictly warned me “if you want to invite acne buy them” … I do trust my friend and chucked that ….. Long Story short, I picked the eye shadow I was eying and which was on my wish list for long time … ROMP.
Romp is described as Chocolate laced with gold (Frost), with such a beautiful and tempting name who wouldn’t want to buy this color isn’t it?? With incredibly smooth texture and awesome pigmentation I tell you , your heart will melt away if you swatch this in store and I bet you one thing, you will find that this color is so very awesome on its own and can be paired with endless color combinations.