…That’s one of the eye shadows from Magnolia Makeup’s “Fleur de Fab” collection. It’s a pretty mid-tone teal eye shadow. I paired it with a brown eye shadow. I like bluish colors paired with brown. I’m so thankful for Magnolia Makeup’s Parboiled eye shadow…it’s one of the best brow highlight colors I’ve ever used. 🙂

Yesterday, I received my package (from Magnolia Makeup) and it was a blush kaleidescope (which the colors are GORG!!!) and a foundation. I think I have to find another way to apply (or should I say a different brush) the foundation, because it came out super sheer. My skin still looks nice, though.

For this color, I think a lighter brown would be more suitable for it. MAC’s Bronze e/s is a great option.


Magnolia Makeup foundation in Toffee

Make Up For Ever Full Cover concealer in #12


Urban Decay Primer Potion (Original)

MAC Paint Pot in Soft Ochre

Magnolia Makeup Topaz eye shadow on the lid

Magnolia Makeup Ganache eye shadow in the crease

Magnolia Makeup Parboiled eye shadow as a brow highlight

Make Up For Ever Aqua Black Waterproof Cream Eye shadow on the upper lash line

Make Up For Ever Aqua Black Waterproof Cream Eye shadow on the lower lash line

Dior Iconic mascara in Black


MAC Spiked brow pencil

MAC Studio Finish concealer in NC 42 to outline the brows


Magnolia Makeup Tickled blush


MAC Curvaceous lipglass


2 thoughts on “Topaz

    • Yes! I wonder why they named it Topaz. They stated on their Facebook page that there’s a reason behind every name for their eye shadows.

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