Ah, a Fresh Pan of Greensmoke

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MAC Greensmoke eyeshadow, that is. $12 for a refill pan, available now at MAC stores and online.

Have you ever worn this shadow? It’s really pretty on top of MAC Tarnish Eye Kohl. :)

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  1. Joyce says:

    Darn it, they raised the price again. =/ I have Greensmoke, but I rarely reach for it. It looks great with golds and other green eyeshadows like Humid, especially on my NC35/37 skin tone. I should wear it more often, but I have too many other eyeshadows I love.

  2. Hmm this is one of the MAC shadows on my wish list! I should grab it soon :)

  3. Jen says:

    This is pretty. Fresh pan, as in you finished your old one? I can only dream of one day even hitting pan! I’m trying really really hard. :P
    Jen recently posted … Swatches: butter LONDON Big Smoke

  4. Irene says:

    Oh that looks like a nice color for autumn/winter!

    Karen, besides tarnish eye kohl, what eye shadow would be your favorite to combine greensmoke with?
    Would it work with woodwinked or better with cool shadows? ( The closest mac store to my house is 3 hours by train so I’m thinking of buying it online since it looks very pretty. )

    And anyone, what are your favorite combinations with this, or a similar, eyeshadow? :)

  5. Kellie says:

    This is my favorite crease shade. I have super light skin and it’s just dark enough, but not too dark for a pretty green crease! Love it especially with melon pigment on the lid!

  6. BooBooNinja says:

    Hmm… I was under the impression Greensmoke doesn’t have the best texture or pay-off.
    Am I wrong?

  7. Phyrra says:

    I have it, but I haven’t worn it in a long time. I used to wear it with Juxt.

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