I ended up getting
This shadow a nice grey shadow with some sparkle in it (the sparkles aren't overwhelming. It just helps the shadow not look so flat). It is described by Mac as a mid-tone grey. It has a satin finish and it is really pigmented. This is my first grey shadow and I loveee it. I tried it with NYX Milk jumbo pencil underneath and it looks wonderful. I will try it with a black pencil underneath next time. I also tried putting Mac's Brun eyeshadow on the crease and it also looked really good. I feel like this shadow can be used in every which way and with different colors and it would still look good.
I decided to get this shadow because the only yellow shadow that I have is Mac Chrome Yellow which is a matte. Sun Blonde is said to be a frost, even though its not so frosty. It has a nice sheen though. On the mac website it is described as a dirty yellow gold. I'm happy that I got it but I think I could live without it.
Mac describes this as a bright orange coral, but for some reason it swatches more red on my lips. I wish it was a bit more on the orange side, but it is still a pretty color. It has a cremesheen finish, so it is very creamy and opaque.
l-r: Hibiscus, Viva Glam Cyndi, Lady Danger, Vegas Volt
Refined Golden Bronzer
This is permanent at Mac, but since i knew i was going to get it regardless, might as well have it in a special packaging. It'll be easier for me to pick this out when I open my make up drawer. This is described as a finely spun golden with soft pearl finish. When i put this on my cheeks i feel as if my face looks more healthy and awake (if that makes any sense to you lol). I've been more into bronzing my face and/or cheeks more than putting on colors lately and this bronzer will make a nice addition to my collection.