Review & Swatches: MAC Me Over (Part III) “Lady Grey” Eye Shadow Quad

MAC Me Over Lady Grey Quad

Limited Edition
Release Date: August 25, 2011
Availability: MAC online & MAC stores

This review covers MAC’s MAC Me Over Lady Grey eye shadow quad, which releases with Part III of this collection.

  • All Races (matte): Cool light taupe mauve (Limited Edition, Repromote)
  • Tendersmoke (frost): Muted silver lilac (Limited Edition, Repromote)
  • Lady Grey (satin): Light frosted green-grey (Limited Edition)
  • Hazy Day (veluxe pearl): Mid-tone grey (Limited Edition)

Packaging: 9/10

This quad is packaged in a standard MAC container–a plastic 2-by-2 palette with a see-through, flip-up, magnetized lid.

Quality: 7.75/10

All of these colors are muted, mellow colors. They do apply smoothly and evenly, but are very light colors. You won’t get much vibrancy out of any of them, but they are good for a toned-down, daytime look.

Ease of Use: 8.5/10

The formula for these four colors is good, so they apply evenly. You may find yourself trying to layer the colors to make them more vibrant.

Price: 9.25/10

Single shadows are (now) $15.00 each, so for four colors, $38.00 is a good deal.

Final Grade


MAC Me Over Lady Grey Quad

MAC Me Over Lady Grey Quad

Swatches in All Races, Tendersmoke, Lady Grey, Hazy Day
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3 Responses to Review & Swatches: MAC Me Over (Part III) “Lady Grey” Eye Shadow Quad

  1. Lisa B. says:

    I’ve heard mostly blah to negative reviews on this quad….and looking at the swatches, I’m not surprised. Just kinda disappointing overall. I like subtle colors, but these just look like nothing. Would you be able to do an EOTD with it? Do they all just kinda blend together on you?

  2. colleen b says:

    i love this quad, they’re all so pretty and not too bold.

  3. Miss J says:

    I have such a hard time making this work on me. Colors are too look alike, blend in too much. It just looks blaah… I will try Cakeshop shadestick under it, hopefully it will make some difference.

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