The MAC Flamingo Park Collection promotes some existing, and new, MAC Eye Shadow singles ($16 US/$19 CAD) along with the MAC Eyeshadow x 9 in Flamingo Park ($40US/$48 CAD). The Flamingo Park shades are:
- Hello, There – Soft nude beige (Matte)
- *Sushi Flower
- Just Wing It – Midtone tan pink (Satin)
- *Bird’s Eye View – Hot magenta (Satin)
- *Flock & Roll – Light pastel pink (Matte)
The shades marked with a * are also included in the MAC Eyeshadow x 9 Flamingo Park palette. The limited edition shades that are new to the collection are Hello, There, Just Wing It, Bird’s Eye View, and Flock & Roll.
Today I have the new shade Just Wing It, as well as the permanent shades promoted in the collection, Corduroy and Sushi Flower, to share with you.
Just Wing It is a pink toned nude beige with a satin finish. This shade works beautifully as a crease transition shade on fair skin. It also looks great on the lid for a soft look. It blends out really nicely and has great pigmentation.
Corduroy is a fabulous medium red toned brown. I can’t believe I didn’t have this in my collection already. Especially in my pro kit. I have no idea how this shade escaped my attention but it is a beautiful staple brown that doesn’t pull warm on me thanks to the red tones. It is richly pigmented and blends beautifully. A really nice matte shadow formula.
Sushi Flower is described as a pinky coral with pink shimmer in a satin finish. I don’t find it leans too coral. More a true medium warm pink. The pink shimmer is very subtle and this wears mostly as a satin finish. It has average pigmentation. It’s not crazy pigmented but this allows it to be very wearable for such a bright shade. I love using it to blend other more neutral shades to give a more wearable pink effect. You can build it up if you want more impact.
Here is a look featuring the three shades with a little touch of MAC Pearl Blossom Beauty Powder, from the Flamingo Park Collection, on the inner corner of the eye and the brow bone.
What are you eyeing from the MAC Flamingo Park Collection? Have you discovered any new favorites?
The MAC Flamingo Park collection is available now online. Available in-store February 4 through March 19, 2016.
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