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REVIEW & LOTD: MAC Eye Shadow in Sushi Flower

It is beyond me why anyone would want to name a lovely Pink eye shadow as Sushi Flower? Uh! Sushi and flower? Excuse me!!! If you wanted something Japanese and also related to a flower wasn't Sakura (Japanese Cherry Blossom) a better choice? Some of these business related quirks, I just don't get and well I choose to remain happy with the beautiful shade of powdery pink this eye shadow has to offer :) I did a couple of looks with this shadow already but I somehow just cannot get enough of it :D I guess I'll start a section called "EOTDs with Sushi Flower" :P What say?

Sushi Flower like all MAC eye shadows is of excellent quality and quite decent pigmentation though I prefer Sleek shadows over MAC where pigmentation is concerned. Let's go through a point by point review of the shadow now :)

Image of the Product

Swatches

LOTD


Ooooohhss And Aaaahhss!!
1. Excellent quality
2. Beautiful color
3. Decent pigmentation
4. Easily blendable
5. Has a slight satiny finish which gives a beautiful sheen :)
6. Does not cause any reactions or allergies.
7. It does not crease me at all!

Ouches!
1. A bit expensive yes!

Price
The mono eye shadow pan costs Rs.900/- while the refill pan costs Rs.680/-

Repurchase?
One word. Definitely!

Would I Recommend?
Definitely! It is perfect for those who would love to wear a pink eye shadow but are apprehensive about "Pink Eyes" :P Its a perfect soft pink that does not look OTT! :D

Overall Rating
9.5/10

Comments

  1. i love this one! not that i've used it, but after seeing it used by you in the cherry blossom lotd! btw dun u think it'd make a lovely blush or lip topping! ^.^

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    1. you know you are right! a lot of people buy it because its so pretty but instead of using it as an eye shadow they use it in a gloss ;)

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    2. u try this one no! mix it in a gloss n lotd it! this pink suits u immensely!

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  2. I have never seen such pretty wearbale pinck shadow, Me will go for this sure!! Love it on you!

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    1. wow thanks Taps :) yup pakka get it for you :) am sure it'll look beautiful on you :))

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  3. u prefer sleek to MAC but y??very pretty shade...

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    1. heheheheh just for the pigmentation Pavani :) Sleek is way more pigmented than MAC shadows :)

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  4. i am guessing that the purple top that you are wearing is your fav!

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    1. hahahhhahahah aree actually that night when i wore this top, i did 6 looks back to back ;) you'll get to see them all one by one :D

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  5. this is a gorgeous pink eyeshadow..not too bright just perfect and m sure would suit all skin tones!

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    1. oh yes Parita :) its a beautiful versatile Pink isn't it :)

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  6. I tried this shadow the other day when I bought the other things but for some reason didnt buy. Now I wonder why?
    Looks fab na. Me will get it now. And I'm eyeing "naked lunch" too. I wanna know who names these shadows. LOL

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    1. arre beens BIG MISTAKE!!! u should have bought it! its so pretty and on you to it would ve looked totally fabulous!

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    2. Im making a list too now...
      this one and naked lunch and a matte bronzer!

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  7. waaaaa;(I want this.waaa;(

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    1. make a wishlist Sayantee and add this on the top of the list ;)

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  8. Gorgeous color ya...after seeng u use it so well, even i feel like picking it up...next time we go, if m not boled over by blushes, ill pakka try t get this :)

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  9. Its my fav and I ended up buying a pan. Btw 680 is escalated to 720 now. Its the only pink that doesn't make u look tired when applied in the crease.
    Btw have u tried it as a blush. Looks lovely.

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