Saturday, January 15, 2011

Cham-Pale Comparisons

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Mac Cham-Pale Comparisons
Lipgelées

Sin-Tillation, Straight to the Head, Bubble Lounge, Luxure
vs. 
Resort Life



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Top:
Straight to the Head, Bubble Lounge, Sin-Tillation, Luxure
Bottom:
Resort Life (Mac In Lillyland)

Mac Cham-Pale Comparisons
Paint Pots
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Chilled on Ice, Let Me Pop, Vintage Selection
vs.
Bare Study, Rubenesque

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Bare Study
(Permanent) Pearly champagne color. No shimmer in the product, more of a silver undertone instead of a gold undertone.

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Rubenesque
(Permanent) Peachy gold duochrome. Also pearly based, without any excess shimmer in the formula. In some lights it looks more peach, in some the gold really comes out.


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Chilled on Ice
(Cham-Pale) Champagne with a gold base, with gold shimmer throughout the product. Most similar to Bare Study, but not really comparable because of the obvious gold undertones in Chilled on Ice.


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Let Me Pop
(Cham-Pale) Copper shimmer. Could be similar to Rubenesque if there was a slight duochrome. I think the base colors are very similar, being a warm coppery color, which is what the base of Rubenesque is. Rubenesque just has a pearl to it, making it look slightly peachy as well as a golden duochrome to it. 


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Vintage Selection
(Cham-Pale) It's closer to Bare Study than Rubenesque, but not really similar to either. It's a pink gold color with a silver shimmer in it. It kind of reminds me of "Rage" nail polish by Orly, in terms of color. It's also similar to "Sin" from the Urban Decay Naked Palette.

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Vintage Selection, Let Me Pop, Rubenesque, Bare Study, Chilled On Ice

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Above are swatches with flash. One on the right is blurry so you can see the glitter particles reflecting in the Cham-Pale paint pots.






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