MAC Feeling Fresh is a grass green with a frost finish that reads more like a pearl finish than frost. But for the record it is listed as a frost.
MAC Colors similar to this shade are MAC Bio Green, MAC Wondergrass, MAC Swimming, and MAC Kelly Green Pigment.
Application was simple enough and depending on what tool you are using, this shadow can apply really poor or really great. But really that’s the luck of the draw with most shadows right? I am discovering more and more that sponge applicators just pick up more product, and some brushes do a really poor job.
Blending was simple I had no issues or complaints there. And remember, with most shadows you want better pigmentation and blending, grab a primer!
I love my greens and this shadow is no exception to the rule. This one goes down as one of my favorites for the summer. It’s versatile and easy to use. You can pair it with a gold, a teal or a black. You can use it on the lid, in the crease, or use a little mixing medium and use it as a bright liner on the bottom lid. The possibilities are endless and you can effortlessly go from day to night with this shade
You can snag Feeling Fresh from the Hey Sailor Collection for $16. There are also three other shades available- Nautical, Crystal Avalanche, Jaunty and Barefoot. Hurry! These are limited edition