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49/365 Days of Eyeshadow

By Sheila Arkee

Oh, Woodwinked, Woodwinked, WOODWINKED! How I adore this tan color by MAC. The formulation is such that the shadow literally glides on your lid, and it looks simply amazing on everyone. I mean it. Paired with anything, it is fantastic, but I love it with MAC’s Club, which is a complex color that changes from green to purple to red depending on what it is paired with.

Base: MAC Paint Pot in Bare Study

Lid: MAC Woodwinked

Outer Corner: MAC Club

Browbone: MAC Shroom

Liner: Stila Onyx

Brows: MAC Spiked

Mascara: Dior Show

  • Elizabeth

    Beautiful!! Though I’ve been a MAC junkie for years, I’ve only recently purchased Woodwinked. But I haven’t worn it too much because I haven’t figured out a favorite “look” with it. Off to try to dupe this now…lol :)

  • http://3crookedsmiles.blogspot.com ndoodles

    Very pretty – I really like how Woodwinked shines like that.

  • BEG

    I love this series, and it’s b/c of you I have Woodwinked! :)

  • Ninjagato

    Would Woodwinked be that vibrant of a bronze on NC15 lids? I tend to find that bronzes/browns can either look muddy or way too dark on my translucent skin.

  • admin

    @Ninjagato – I’m not sure … check out Kate’s recent post, she used it as a crease color and it looks more like a medium brown. Stay tuned for Saturday … I have a guest poster who is a PPP and uses it as her liner … it looks awesome on her.

    @BEG – thank you! :D

    @ndoodles – the gleam is incredible!

    @Elizabeth … it is also great in the crease!

  • Abby

    OOOOOOOH!!! this is my exact eye FOTD, every day! The only difference is that I use MAC Nylon on the browbone and tear duct.(i have yet to get Shroom, but I will soon). I Lovvvve this look. It’s so wearable and flattering.

  • admin

    It really is … Club just MAKES it :)

  • http://www.newtress.com/filipino-hair Sallie Handon

    I’m so bad at doing my eyeshadow. Everything just looks smeared on.

  • http://www.painted-ladies.com Sheila

    Practice makes perfect!