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MAC Venomous Villains Collection: Dr. Facilier

DR. FACILIER

Dr. Facilier, the voodoo witchdoctor from The Princess and the Frog. Created in 2009. Nothing is sacred to this dandy who has stolen moves from the King of Pop and a hairdo from the Godfather of Soul.

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Dr. Facilier is the only one character from this collection I couldn’t recall much. However, the Magically Cool Liquid Powder in Truth & Light caught my attention, so did the Pigments in Push The Edge and Brash & Bold. I already have Melon in my existing collection. I also fancy the black-green with gold glitter Greasepaint Stick in French Quarter.

Colours are shockingly bright for both these pigments but they stain. Will a good primer help reduce the staining? I have swatched them wet to show their true colours. Loving both colours.

French Quarter Greasepaint Stick is a dirty-olive with golden sparkles. I am liking the colour a lot. It can be worn alone or as a base but it sets rather quickly.

Lastly, it’s the Truth & Light Magically Cool Liquid Powder. It’s ultra soft and smooth. It feels slightly cool when applying and it gives a very pretty iridescent shine. Great for highlights or creating a more radiant, polished look.

What did you pick up from this collection?

4 thoughts on “MAC Venomous Villains Collection: Dr. Facilier

  1. I have Push The Edge from the previous collection and I’ve ordered French Quarter from Michelle’s spree and can’t wait for it to arrive. I actually quite like using the Greasepaint sticks as bases – have the Blue one from Style Black, a gunmetal and mauve from Art Supplies collection but I’m such a worry wart that I will apply a v thin layer of TFSI sometimes before the greasepaint stick for fear it might crease :P

    • I like all the dark coloured Greasepaint Sticks as bases, they provide such an awesome duo-tone colour when I layer eyeshadows on top. Makes the overall eye colours a lot more interesting!! I seldom use a base under the Greasepaint Sticks tho.

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