A few weeks ago I blogged about a beauty event I went to at Harvey Nichols and one of the things on my wishlist before the event was Mac's Woodwinked eyeshadow, so I was very chuffed when I was able to try it on the night, loved it and brought it home with me.
Since then I have worn Woodwinked almost every day, sometimes paired with other colours (such as a matte brown in the crease) but mostly just on its own following a Tanya Burr tutorial in which she pats the colour all over the lid and then blends it out into the crease. When blended, Woodwinked turns into a slightly more rusty tone so you end up with two different tones on the lids, which looks like you've put more effort into your eye makeup than you actually have (always a bonus on those lazy days!) I then run Woodwinked underneath my eyes and blend it slightly on the outer edge to balance out the look. I find that this look really compliments my blue eyes and I might do a separate post on the best eyeshadows for making blue eyes pop.
Woodwinked if one of the few Mac eyeshadows that I own but so far I would say that they are great quality, very pigmented and come in an amazing range of shades. I also have my eye on All That Glitters, however I do think Mac eyeshadows are pretty pricey so you won't see a full palette in my collection any time soon (although I know they are at the cheaper end as far as high-end products go!)