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The New MAC Art Library: Nude Model Eye Palette

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There’s a long list of lovely neutral eyeshadow palettes out there in the makeup multiverse, but when it comes to the best of the best, maaaaaaan, MAC? *snaps* When they get it right, they get it right. They write the freaking book.

Cases in point: Brooke Shields. (I still drool a little every time I think about it.); the Nordstrom Naturals palette; and the Warm Neutral and Cool Neutral Palettes.

BOMB.

And now, the new MAC Art Library: Nude Model palette.

It’s $48 and one of three eye palettes available now in the new MAC Art Library collection. I think it’s the most wearable of the bunch with its 12 neutral shades, but that’s just one of many reasons I’m lovin’ on it.

With it, you get a mix of old faves (hi, Shroom and Espresso!) and new ones, but the real beauty is that there are so, SO. MANY. MATTES.

Seven of them! When does that ever happen?! Um, never?

The rest are shimmers, none of which are too obnoxious, with various levels of shine and glitter.

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All the Art Library palettes were pieced together by MAC artists, and you can totally tell the these gals/guys had wearability and flexibility in mind.

Making matters even more profoundly wonderful is how easy all 12 are to blend. Plus, there aren’t any orange-y or reddish brown transition colors, which is quite unusual. Most of the MAC neutral palettes I mentioned at the top have at least one warm, mid-toned orange brown transition shade like Saddle or Soft Brown, and don’t get me wrong — I love those shades, but they can be a tad repetitive, particularly in neutral palettes.

Bucking that trend, Nude Model’s mid-toned matte transitions are yellowish browns and cool-toned beige grays, which you don’t see often, and it changes the palette’s overall vibe. It can’t be characterized as a simple warm-toned palette or a cool one. It’s smack dab in the middle. A neutral’s neutral, so to speak.

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Nude Model also has gorgeous touches of cool pink and plum — yet another thing that sets it apart from previous MAC neutral palettes (or, the greatest hits, as I like to think of them).

The shadows wear fantastically well without primer, by the way. Let me tell ya, I’ve been skipping primer lately (SERIOUSLY, WHO AM I?), and it has changed my life. Amazing what skipping one step can do for you. I just don’t need it (most of the time). But yeah, I plop a few Nude Model shades on my bare lids, blend a little, line a little, and I’m always kinda shocked how much is still on my lids when I go to remove my makeup at the end of the day.

Like, all of it. These shadows just stay.

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Really, this is a library I wanna live in. All the time. Just me and my sleeping bag.

Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,

Karen

P.S. TGIF!

The New MAC Art Library: Nude Model Eye Palette / Originally published March 1st, 2019

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If you’re looking for a collection of warm neutrals, this palette could be your new bestie. Meet the Art Library eyeshadow palette in Flame-Boyant. There are twelve shades that remind me of an electric sunset, with all the transition colors you need for a seamless look. I want to give you the 411 on this palette and answer a few questions, so let’s get it going…

What Does The Palette Look Like?

You can count on MAC’s standard, sturdy packaging, no frills and a great color selection. This is a perfect palette to have in your makeup kit, as its compact and stays closed. The palette was also curated by MAC Pro artists, so you know it’s got the staple colors you need to create a myriad of looks.

How Is The Pigmentation?

This palette is easily blendable for the most part. However, the transition shades can be a bit firmer in the pan and harder to pick up. My personal opinion is that its alright to have a bit less color payoff for transition shades. All in all, the shimmer shades swatched beautifully without much need for pressing or digging my finger into the pan. The shades that gave me a bit of trouble when swatching were all of the mattes.

Do I Need This Palette?

Tough question, but, yes and no. If you’re a makeup artist, I would say most likely yes. Though there are other palettes with similar colors, I just find that MAC shadows can be trusted on set and with clients for the looks you need to get done. The fact that they’re lightweight means you won’t have to lug a heavy kit around. And if you get another cool toned palette, you’re set up to do really any neutral eye look. If you’re a makeup collector or lover…you may be able to duplicate these shades in other palettes. But the way the palette is laid out makes it quite easy to create looks. It’s not overly flashy, but it gets the job done really well. The best thing about this palette is that it’s well rounded, with plenty of transition shades for a wide spectrum of skin tones!

Check Out The Swatches and Specs Below!

This is the kind of palette I really dig, I am glad I have it in my kit. I was sent this palette, but all my opinions on it are my own. This isn’t a sponsored post. Have you tried any of the Art Library palettes? If you have, let me know what you think of them. Click the link after the swatches if you want to add it to your collection!

First row from top to bottom:

  • What’s The Pointilism : white gold pearl
  • Samoa Silk: warm orange beige
  • Amber Lights: peachy brown shimmer
  • La Vida Mocha: brown with bronze

Second Row from Top to Bottom:

  • Dada Issues: peachy brown matte
  • Rule: vivid orange matte
  • Daliwood: peachy brown orange
  • Embark: intense reddish brown

Third Row from Top to Bottom:

  • Fan the Flames: warm reddish copper
  • Flame-Boyant: metallic red
  • Louvre at First Sight: cool red matte
  • Everyone’s Darling: warm wine burgundy matte

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Art Library: It’s Designer

Full Description

Go avant-garde with the 12 runway-ready colours of It’s Designer developed by M∙A∙C Pro Artists. The highly pigmented powder applies evenly and blends well. This palette includes 10 eye shadow shades, along with two blush shades to colour the cheeks. Eye Shadows can be used wet or dry. Available in a wide variety of textures and finishes. $84 value.

Shade Description
  • Starry Night: Sheer plum rose with green flip pearl (Frost)
  • Bright Pink: Intense fuchsia pink (Matte)
  • My Kid Could Make That: Lime green (Matte)
  • It's Designer: Metallic orangy bronze (Frost)
  • Darkroom: Metallic purple (Frost)
  • Gallerina: Metallic turquoise (Frost)
  • High Concept: Bright Silver (Frost)
  • If It Ain't Baroque: Bright gold (Frost)
  • Chrome Yellow: Vivid bright yellow (Matte)
  • Triennial Wave: Cool blue (Satin)
  • Can't Afford This: Bright neon orange (Matte)
  • Carbon: Intense black (Matte)
Benefits
  • Dermatologist tested
  • Ophthalmologist tested
  • Non-acnegenic
  • Safe for contact lens wearers
  • Can be used wet or dry
Ingredients
Ingredients: Talc, Zinc Stearate, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Isostearyl Neopentanoate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Caprylyl Glycol, Hexylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, [+/- Silica, Mica, Titanium Dioxide (Ci 77891), Iron Oxides (Ci 77491, Ci 77492, Ci 77499), Bismuth Oxychloride (Ci 77163), Blue 1 Lake (Ci 42090), Carmine (Ci 75470), Chromium Hydroxide Green (Ci 77289), Chromium Oxide Greens (Ci 77288), Ferric Ferrocyanide (Ci 77510), Manganese Violet (Ci 77742), Red 40 Lake (Ci 16035), Ultramarines (Ci 77007), Yellow 5 Lake (Ci 19140)] <ILN29076, 41374, 43276>

Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.

Recommended Usage
  • Blush shades Bright Pink and Can’t Afford This are not recommended for use in the eye area.
  • Apply shadow using fingers, brush or sponge-tip applicator.
  • Use a 239 Brush to press colour onto lids.
  • Use a 217 Brush to blend colour from the creases to brow arches.
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