MAC Surf Baby Powerpoint Eye Pencil - Blue Noon and Gilded White
I tried Blue Noon over Swell Baby and at first was concerned it would be too bright for work. Nothing like showing up for work with eye scalding bright blue liner. Blue Noon was actually more muted than I expected. A deeper teal rather than bright, but still carried some of that brightness to awaken my eyes without having to settle for navy blue liner. I like that this gives me a an alternative to my usual blue liners for work and stays friendly enough that the boss approves.
Gilded White is perfect for the lower lash line or water line. I picked it up cause I figured it would be a good stand in for my Urban Decay Midnight Cowboy 24/7 eye pencil, just sans glitter or shimmer. Surprisingly Gilded White hung on to my lower lash line quite well. I was a little worried that it would fade too much with how much my eyes dry out and then over water due to excessive computer staring and wearing my contacts longer than I should. At the end of the day there it was still clinging to my water line, granted it had faded some but more than plenty was left and smudged a bit that it still looked good.
Blue Noon is a Limited Edition eye pencil with teal gold pearl and would make a lovely edition to anyone's eye pencil collection. It's not like any other teal blue I've come across and can't think of a dupe available on the market.
Gilded White is Limited Edition eye pencil with yellow white frost that makes a perfect lower lash line or water line eye brightener. It's not a straight white pencil, instead the subtle yellow tones blend with the skin of the eye to brighten without standing out.
MAC Surf Baby is available online at MAC and in stores.