Mineral Magic Fall Copper Look

Hi Bellas,

You may have seen my last review on Mineral Magic's Microdermabrasian Scrub. I was also contacted by the owner Kellie to try out her well known eyeshadow pigments.

She sent me this gorgeous stack of irridescent shades. I honestly told Kellie that i'm not a huge fan of loose shadows, but I was willing to try them out. I really like how these come in screw stacks so it saves space and makes it easy to keep products together. Many makeup artists use these in their kit to keep organized. The cool thing about these shades is that each of them has a duochrome quality. It reflects more than two colors...for example, there is a white pigment that reflects blue and green...a gold pigment that reflects green and gold, etc. There's even a dupe for the popular MAC Stars and Rockets eyeshadow. Because of the duochrome quality, you can change the colors of these pigments by just choosing a different base. In the video, I swatched the shadows dry on my hand...but it looks completely different when applied on my eye with a base. I was glad I tried these out because they weren't as difficult to use our blend as some pigments I have, yay!

I also got to try out this nifty little makeup brush set. It was very soft...reminded me a lot of EcoTools brushes. When dealing with pigments, you'll want to use synthetic brushes a lot especially if you decide to foil the colors.

Check out the video tutorial!

Here's What I Used:

-Eve Pearl Salmon Concealer in Medium
-Pur Minerals Tan Pressed Foundation
-MM Mercy loose shadow
-MM Suite loose shadow

-Steelo Cosmetics Eyeshadow base in medium
-MM Opeal loose shadow
-MM Mercy loose shadow
-MM Harvest loose shadow
-Graftobian Black Velvet Kohl Pencil
-Red Cherry Lashes #102
-Rimmel Brow Pencil in Hazel

-MAC Viva Glam V Lipglass

Check out the pics!

Check out these products at Mineral Magic Cosmetics and follow them on their YouTube page.

Till next time, Ciao Bellas!

Atlanta Makeup Artist