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I’m Singing the Blues, MAC Midnight Blues

The limited edition MAC fluidline in Midnight Blues is from their recent Mac Me Over collection. I really love the dark blue colour which also looks like it has some teal colour in it. It is a gel eyeliner and comes in a cute glass pot with a black lid. I’m a sucker for great packaging. Besides being an eyeliner, it can also be used as a base for blue eyeshadows. I’m also a sucker for multiuse products.


For me the best way to wear this is with a neutral eye (soft, warm brown or peach) for this liner to remain the star attraction of the look. And yes of course you must wing it!

It doesn’t take long to dry so I prefer these gel liners over the liquid ones and this formula stays put on the eye.
I got my Midnight Blues at West Mall here in Trinidad for TT$150 and it’s probably sold out by now. It's also sold out online but you can try Waveline which is a navy blue for US $15 at http://www.maccosmetics.com/
How would you wear blue eyeliner?

XOXO
Your China Doll
In T’dad

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