January 8, 2009

Product Musings: MAC Pigment Kitschmas


The Muse likes to think it was kismet when she met up with Kitschmas.

MAC Pigment in Kitschmas is one of my first and favorite pigments! The Muse adores the soft lilac color and loves how it lends a certain frosty feel to her lids!


If you favor light shades of purple or just purple in general this is well worth picking up. The formula is one of the flakier pigments from MAC which in turn gives it a nice hint of shimmer. Use it by itself or pair it up with a darker purple for a gorgeous contrasting eye look!




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  • queenmarie

    Sorry to differ but I HATE Kitschmas. The color is lovely in the jar but when I apply it, it’s horrid. It doesn’t lay down a pretty layer of color like some of my fave piggies–Vanilla, Subtle, Coco, Sunnydaze, Deckchair, Shimmertime, Vintage Gold, Blonde’s Gold and several others–it just gives me just a slight layer of flakey lilac shimmer that is very sheer and also gives fallout even though I am very careful about fallout and usually don’t have a problem with it. Anyway I really would love it if Mac would come out with a light purple that has some substance to it. Lovely Lily doesn’t deliver and neither does the newer Milk. So my search will go on for light purple pigment that has both beautiful color AND application. I love to read about pigments–good or bad– though so thank you for your review of Kitschmas !!!

    • the Muse

      hey marie.

      ugh agreed kitshmas is def fall out city drama ๐Ÿ˜€ I love the shade as it’s so soft and lovely but the fall out is obscene……I didn’t haul milk which I regret hopefully can find it elsewhere. I imagine many mineral companies online could fulfill your need for a softer lilac shade of piggie ๐Ÿ˜€

      My pleasure! Glad you took a sec to comment love hearing what readers think!

  • christina

    you may want to check out Barry M Dazzledusts.
    I am pretty sure they have lilac shades.

    It is my favorite pigment – very affordable and G-R-E-A-T!

    • the Muse

      they are great christina and a good budget friendly option ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Shelby

    I have a total love/hate relationship with Kitschmas. I love it in the jar and once I finally get it on, but applying it makes me rather sad. When I do wear it though, I use it on the lid with Fuschia pigment in the outer v and crease. Oddly enough, I never thought to pair it with a purple.

    • the Muse

      hey shelby agreed kinda applies with much difficulty but once on it’s gorg! fuchsia? really? I should try that out ๐Ÿ˜€

  • sarah M

    i got a sample of this & it didnt look like this. it just looked like silver glitter. maybe fake?