MAC Naked Honey Collection Reviews

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Published on June 12, 2009 with 1 Comment


Lipglass
These are pretty and go very nicely with the eyeshadows. She’s a Star is a champagne color, Queen Bee is a tangerine color and Buzz is a coppery red color. Out of the three, Queen Bee is the cutest but you can probably find dupes for all three easily.

Eyeshadows
These are perfect neutrals that would suit a variety of skin tones. Crème de Miel is a frosty light yellow gold that reminds me of MAC Vanilla Pigment. Pollinator is an orangy peach similar to MAC Paradisco. Buckwheat, my favorite out of the three, is a shimmery dark brown with gold sparkles that is almost identical to MAC Mulch eyeshadow. Both Crème de Miel and Buckwheat have superb pigmentation and swatch really well. Pollinator, on the other hand, seems a little chalky.

High-Light Powder
OMG these are so cute and have the smoothest texture I have ever seen! Honey Light is a shimmery light gold that is very close to my NC30 skin. Golden Nectar is slightly darker with pinker undertones.

Naked Honey Skin Salve
I was really excited about this stuff but when I finally tried it, I was not impressed. It is very similar to Rosebud Salve, only heavier, stickier and more expensive. The honey smell is not exactly my kind of thing either. I guess I’ll just stick to my Rosebud Salve.

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  1. Oooo thanks for the info! Gonna check out the High-Light powders today.

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