Shop MAC – Call Me Bubbles Eye Shadow Quad: Photos, Swatches, Review and Eye Charts

This is the softest of the eye shadow quads from this collection. It’s the most wearable from this collection for most people and it’s really gorgeous for a warm, girly, daytime look. As it’s lighter colors, on deeper skin tones you may need to layer these eye shadows over a primer or cream eye shadow base like Painterly or Soft Ochre Paint Pot to make them show up accurately.

This, as with the rest of eye shadow quads in this collection is limited edition and goes for $38 from www.maccosmetics.com or any MAC store or counter.

Swatches taken on NC15 skin in natural daylight Call Me Bubbles - Fresh Daily - Full of Flavour - Brash

Call Me Bubbles (Satin)

Call Me Bubbles (Satin):   MAC referes to this as a “light tan”, although this shows up more as a light cream color with a sheen to it. Since it’s a Satin finish, the color payoff is not opaque, but it applies very smoothly. This is a great lid color or to use as a highlight below the brow and on the inner corner of the eye.

Fresh Daily (Frost)

Fresh Daily (Frost):   I really like this “orange” color all over the lid or to blend out a deeper color in the crease. As a frost finish, it applies smoothly and has a great amount of shine to it and really makes your eye pop! It’s a lovely warm color for all skin tones and is one of my favorites in this quad, as it’s quite unique.

Full of Flavour (Matte)

Full of Flavour (Matte):   As the Matte eye shadow in this quad, Full of Flavour has the most intense color payoff in this quad. It’s definitely a “coral” color and to me, it’s similar to Early Bird from Iris Apfel, but SO much more intense and beautiful! It’s great as a lid or crease color and shows up even brighter over a light colored Paint Pot. Although some Matte finish eye shadows from MAC seem a little chalky, this one is goes on smoothly with no issues at all. I love this because corals are so popular right now and this eye shadow adds a great pop of color to bring your makeup together with a nice bright top or some of those cute, bright jeans that I now own way too many pairs of haha.

Brash (Veluxe Pearl)

Brash (Veluxe Pearl):   Brash is a repromote (I don’t remember what from… Oops!). It’s a very intense “frosty reddish copper” color that applies like silk. A little bit goes a long way with this one! I like to use it all over the lid for a new take on a smokey eye, or pop a little bit on the crease. It’s such a rich color, it can even be used as a liner, since the other eye shadows in this quad are so soft in comparison.

Eye Charts

     These are not the typical quality of eye/face charts I normally do, but I did these quickly last night so I could put them up today, along with a TON of other posts. I hope that these inspire you and give you all some ideas on how you can put the colors in this eye shadow palette together. Sorry they’re a little sloppy!! You can click on the photos to enlarge them for more detail.

Primer:   Painterly Paint Pot

Inner Eyelid & Inner Corner:   Call Me Bubbles Eye Shadow with a 239 Brush

Center Eyelid:   Full of Flavour Eye Shadow with a 239 Brush

Outer Eyelid:   Brash Eye Shadow with a 226 Brush

Inner Crease:   Full of Flavour Eye Shadow with a 226 Brush

Outer Crease:   Brash Eye Shadow with a 226 Brush

Blending (Above Crease):   Full of Flavour and Cork Eye Shadow with a 217 Brush

Brow Highlight:   Call Me Bubbles Eye Shadow and Vanilla Eye Shadow with a 222 Brush

Lower Lash Line:   Fresh Daily (Inner), Full of Flavour (Center), Brash (Outer) with a 219 Brush

Liner:   Blacktrack Fluidline with a 266 Brush

Mascara:   Prep + Prime Lash layered under False Lashes Mascara

Brows:   Carbon Eye Shadow with a 208 Brush

Primer:   Indianwood Paint Pot

Inner Corner:   Call Me Bubbles Eye Shadow with a 239 Brush

Eyelid:   Brash Eye Shadow with a 239 Brush

Inner Crease:   Fresh Daily Eye Shadow with a 226 Brush

Outer Crease:   Full of Flavour Eye Shadow with a 226 Brush

Blending (Above Crease):   Call Me Bubbles Eye Shadow with a 217 Brush

Brow Highlight:   Vanilla Eye Shadow with a 213 Brush

Lower Lash Line:   Fresh Daily (Inner), Full of Flavour (Center), Brash (Outer) with a 219 Brush

Liner:   Blacktrack Fluidline with a 266 Brush along with Smolder Eye Kohl along the waterline

Mascara:   Prep + Prime Lash layered under False Lashes Mascara

Lashes:   #21

Brows:   Carbon Eye Shadow with a 208 Brush

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