L-R (Deeply Dashing Pressed Pigment, Day Gleam Pressed Pigment, Summer Honey Pressed Pigment, Angelic Pressed Pigment)
I really liked the idea of pressed pigments so after picking up Summer Honey (hauled in this post) I picked up 3 more pressed pigments. I found Angelic randomly at the Avenues branch. Strangely enough, even though Summer Honey was KD10/250, Angelic was KD10/750 so as I’ve mentioned before, the price depends on which MAC branch your purchase from. Then I purchased Deeply Dashing and Day Gleam from the online MAC store.
These are the newer ones, side by side. Angelic, Day Gleam, and Deeply Dashing.
Angelic is described as an off-white (frost).
Day Gleam is described as high pearl powder in NC30 shade (frost).
Deeply Dashing is described as a high pearl powder in NW55 shade (frost).
Here’s all 4 swatched side by side. L-R Deeply Dashing, Day Gleam, Summer Honey, Angelic. As you can see, there’s not a huge difference between Summer Honey and Angelic on my skin as they both just show up as a bunch of glitter.
Summer Honey on top being more pinky, whereas Angelic below is more silvery.
As opposed to these two which are quite pigmented; Deeply Dashing being on top and Day Gleam below.
The one I’m most excited about is Day Gleam!
Also, MAC have totally revamped their online MAC store!
What do you think? Do you like the new updated online MAC store or prefer the older one?