Makeup Geek Pigment | Review

Sunday, November 15, 2015

Its nearly party season.... woohoo

Christmas is the only time I feel I can get away with dramatic glittery eyes and what better way than a loose pigment. 

Makeup Geek is a brand I love and even though I have to wait for it to come from America and pay extra shipping costs it still works out cheaper than MAC and I really see no difference in pigmentation and wear time. 

When ordering my eyeshadows pans on my last order I decided to pop in a cheeky loose pigment. I choose the shade Utopia as it looked magical on the picture.


Since purchasing this it now has a plastic spill preventer over the pigment which I think this needs as can get quite messy.

The Pigment is a beautiful antique gold. Not yellowy like most gold glitters you get. It is quite chunky but doesn't feel at all scratchy on application.


As you can see the pigmentation is amazing. It really does give the wow factor every time I wear it.


The only negative thing I can say about this product is that you need a cream base for it to stick properly to. I also wouldn't do my eyes after I have concealed, I would always do them first and then foundation and conceal after to ensure it was flawless as it can have a little down fall.

I can't wait to start wearing this over Christmas and I will be sure to put up a FOTD when I do.

Do you have a favourite party season product?

Carrieanne xx

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  1. that pigment is so pretty
    Happy Sunday

  2. Wow that is such a gorgeous shade! I really need to try Makeup Geek xx

  3. That's some intense glittering going on and I love it! Perfect for the Christmas party season! I really want to get a wow-glitter for my eyes this year, having glasses it makes it so much more difficult to make my eyes pop for a look!

    Sarah :)
    Saloca in Wonderland


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Lots of Love

Carrieanne xx

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