Friday, March 15, 2013

MAC Pigment in Brule - Review

This is an iridescent yellow toned champagne colour. It's perfect as an inner corner highlight, although it can be equally as pretty all over the lid with a matt colour to cut the crease.  

Brule can also work as a cheek highlight for fair to medium skin with warm undertones, but beware! A little goes a long way, you could quickly end up looking like a disco ball. 

The texture of this pigment is very creamy and finally milled as is expected with all MAC pigments. It has a satin finish and blends effortlessly on the skin with minimal fall out. However if you want a very strong colour payoff, using an eyeshadow primer is advised.

Unfortunately MAC do not sell this shade anymore although you can still find it online in places like e-bay and blog sales. A good dupe of this product would be Creme D'Nude or Naked which are still available on the MAC website. 

Brule comes in a pot of 4.5g/0.15oz of product and retail(ed) for £16.50

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