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70/365 Days of Eyeshadow

By Sheila Arkee

Sometimes smokey doesn’t mean pulling out the whole shebang … smokey can mean a little darkness in the outer corner, some contouring of the crease to add a little subtle drama.

Today’s look is made possible by a vertiable cosmetic relic – an old, old, old school container of MAC’s Print eyeshadow. Before the current black clamshell, before the silver packaging (remember that?!), MAC’s shadows were in a screw-top pot.

The shadow itself is perfectly fine – and to be honest, just a tad more pigmented than the Print shadow that exists today!

Base: MAC Bare Study Paint Pot

Lid: MAC Wishful (discontinued but similar to Naked Lunch)

Outer Corner: MAC Print

Liner (upper lid): MAC Boot Black

Liner (rims): MAC Smoulder

Brows: MAC Spiked

Mascara: Dior Show

  • Ninjagato

    How would one depot one of the old screw top shadows?
    I don’t think I’ve ever seen a screw top eyeshadow that wasn’t a loose pigment.

  • admin

    Ninjagato – The beauty school of YouTube has the answer –


    I’m not sure I’d so the knife method – looks dangerous and scary. I’m going to experiment and get back to you!