My perfect brown!
This is a fabulous, warm brown to put in the crease. Pair this color with a gold or bronze and you're good to go! Has little shimmer, but it doesn't show up on the eye. Love using this also in the crease alone for a more natural look. MAC shadows are such a joy to work with!
Great Bronzey Color
I LOVE this eyeshadow...i'm just gonna put that out there. It's the perfect brown that not too cool/warm for my NC35 skin. It has a bit of shimmer which is nice and blends quite easily. It has the perfect mix of bronze and red to bring out my blue eyes. It is also so versatile as I can put it in the crease for a subtle look or on the lid for a smokey brown look. I highly recommend this to anyone!!
My go-to neutral color.
I use Mulch when I want to give myself a neutral look with a POP! It is a dark brown,bronze color with a little bit of shimmer. It is very velvety. I rarely experience fallout. It definitely lasts all day. I recommend this color to everyone of all skin colors and types!
My favourite shadow from MAC is definately mulch. It's a super pretty brown with shimmers in it and looks gorgeous all over the lid with some liner and mascara! I love wearing shroom in the highlight with this colour.
MAC eyeshadows are well worth the money as they are super pigmented and longwearing and there is a HUGE colourrange! :)
One of the better Velvet textures of MAC
I basically gave up on MAC Velvet textured eye shadows because of my Beauty Marked debacle (see my Beauty Marked review -_-) When I saw Mulch, I had to try it because the color in the pan was so gorgeous. The shadow is aptly named, it really does look like mulch - an elegant deep bronze/brown with strong reddish undertones. It's gorgeous with golds and peaches, and looks very dramatic with orange and reddish shades. Beware, it's very red toned so if that's not your thing, you might not like it.
The feel of the shadow is great; it's not as smooth as frosts and satins, but its texture gives an interesting finish on the lids (not gritty at all)
***Please see my review on Sumptuous Olive for a quick and general overview of MAC eyeshadows