MAC Me Over was a large release from MAC, and I partook.
I will start with Fluidlines:
L-R: Avenue, Dark Diversion
I am always a fan of MAC Fluidlines and use Blacktrack daily. I wish they would expand their range of permanent colors, but I settled for a couple limited edition colors instead.
Avenue is a deep cool brown with golden specks of shimmer. Dark Diversion is a warm burgundy purple with a subtle shimmer. Both apply easily and wear all day. They will be a welcome addition to my usual black liner.
The eye shadow selection was full of lovely neutrals. I ended up choosing four singles.
L-R top: Creamy Bisque, Outre, Mythical
I wouldn't say that any of these colors are life changing, but they are nice. Some are nicer than others though.
Creamy Bisque is a light shimmery pinkish white. I had trouble building this to into a very visible color on my eyes and in the swatch.
Outre is a matte camel color. It is soft and pigmented. It makes a wonderful color to warm up a neutral look and blend out a crease color. This may be my favorite of the bunch.
Mythical is a shimmery reddish copper. It has good pigmentation and gives a fun twist to a neutral brown look.
Carbonized is a deep shimmery blackened brown. It is smooth and decently pigmented. If you have Urban Decay MIA or Darkhorse, you might find this color redundant. I should have done a comparison swatch.
L-R: Creamy Bisque, Outre, Mythical, Carbonized
Here is a simple look using Outre and Carbonized in the crease and Patina and Creamy Bisque on the lid. I also used Avenue Fluidline.
The verdict is out with the Lady Grey quad. I enjoy the soft mix of neutrals, but had trouble with creasing. I also worked to build the taupe into a visible color on my lids. I will experiment further before I fully decide.
MAC Me Over had hits and misses for me, but it definitely deserves a second look. Especially if you are a neutral loving fool like me!