M.A.C Pressed Pigment~Warming Heart~Review and Swatches

“If I had a power color, it would definitely be SPARKLE” ~Landon Brinkley”

Yes please!   Ever since my childhood days, I’d always been in love with anything and everything that was glittery. That whimsical obsession continues till date so on today’s post, I would be sharing a review on one such product from MAC that is an absolute sparkly delight. Presenting the MAC Pressed Pigment in the shade Warming Heart.


Description: A dual-use shadow that offers either a sparkly translucent or intense high-shine finish. An intensely cream-like pressed pigment eye shadow offering extreme pearlescence and versatility of finish that glistens on skin. Provides eye-catching sheer-to-moderate buildable coverage and a dimensional finish. This dual-use formula can be applied dry for a sparkling more translucent look, or applied wet for glossy saturated color with a dramatic high shine. The smooth, non-dusty formulation is easy to blend and provides extreme adherence to skin.

Usage: Apply to lid using fingers, brush or sponge.

Price: 21 US $ (3g/0.1 US OZ.)

My take on MAC Pressed Pigment Warming Heart: This little baby comes packed in a circular black case with a peekaboo flip top with the logo printed on it. The description about the product is mentioned right at the bottom. The packaging is lightweight.

Color: Warming Heart is a pink champagne color with tons and tons of sparkly glitters. It has been compared to the Urban Decay Eye Shadow in the shade Sin.


Texture: The texture is very soft and glides smoothly over my lids without any gritty feel. Contact lens wearer can wear it safely as well. The formula is such that it can be used when wet or dry. I like how easily it can be blended that looks amazing in light as it provides a dimensional finish. The only downfall is that it tends to have fallout. Since it contains tons of shimmers, I would not recommend if you aren’t into glittery products. It is ideal for night outs or for special occasions. Pressed pigments are very delicate so it does require special handling.


Pigmentation: It has a good color payoff and can be layered upon for deeper intensity because of its lightweight formula.

Staying power: Warming Heart lasted for 5 to 6 hours. To minimize the amount of fallouts, use a primer prior application.


 The good things:

Gorgeous color



Soft formula

Smooth application

For all kinds of skin

Long wearing

Good pigmentation

Great for special occasion

The bad things:



Rating: 4.5/5

Recommendation: The color and texture is drool worthy. If you are not finicky about fallouts,then do try it.

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