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3 years ago
Since purchasing MAC`s `3D Silver` pigment, I have been trying to find a good use for it. I have tried sprinkling it on my nails but I always seem to make a mess and I have tried it applied onto skin but it`s very difficult to work with because the pigment is so thick and chunky. After considering selling it on, I decided its prettiness was too overwhelming and that I would not let go of the beaut although technically, it IS a waste of money.
A good alternative is Stargazer`s glitter shaker in `Hologram`. Another holographic pigment but better in different ways. The holographic-ness of it is more subtle but still visible (unlike GOSH`s `Holographic` pigment that just looks grey/silver than anything). It`s a lot finer than MAC so easier to work with and it is only £3. Whereas the MAC is £15. You get 5g and in the MAC you get 7.5g. So pretty good value for money compared to the MAC. You would probably have to use a cream base or a mixing medium for both to get it to stick but overall the Stargazer is a more purse friendly version of MAC`s PRO glitter brilliants.
I get my Stargazer from New Look or Afflecks Palace in Manchester if I am ever around :)