Those that know me can confirm that I have some obsessive tendencies. If I like a book, song or an eye pencil I will find myself wanting to have other books by the same author, songs by the same singer and eye pencils in the same formula.
So it will not surprise you that after having loved the Powerpoint Eye Pencil in Buried Treasure that I was introduced to in a MAC Technique session a year ago, I found myself itching to get my hands on some more Powerpoint Eye Pencils.
Also, for a while there it seemed that all the blogosphere was talking about this permanent little gem that is the Mineralize Blush in Warm Soul, I am mostly blaming Karen though, so of course it too had to come home with me.
Warm Soul is that kind of blush that goes with any kind of look, the blush that will not distract from the piece of art you created by blending for 20 minutes or lining your lips so perfectly that you could have used a ruler. It is a flattering golden peachy beige shade that compliments your look instead of distracting from it.
As with all Mineralize products, it has reflective particles that will illuminate your visage. However, once it is blended is remains as a subtle golden sheen.
All in all, a very flattering product that will add warmth and light to your face without being very noticeable.
Engraved and Prussian are two shades that can become staples in anyone’s stash: Engraved is a no-nonsense black while Prussian is an intense navy blue.
I have been loving the formula of these Powerpoint Eye Pencils as they can easily be smudged for a smoky eye or a cat eye liner but once they set it is not that easy for them to budge.
Above you can see swatches of the three products.
Have you tried any of these products? Do you have any favourite formula that you keep buying shades in?