I have had to split the eyeshadows into two parts as five shades with individual shade run downs etc
as five shades with mini reviews was far too much for one post.
I do apologise for the Mac invade that has been today and will continue through to tomorrow,
if you hate Mac maybe best to steer clear of this blog until Sunday haha!

Okay just a quick run down about the mineralize formula and packaging.
They are housed in the typical black casing with transparent lid - simple and classic.
I dislike the formula of the Mineralize eyeshadows I often find them gritty and hard to work with,
some shades have to be applied wet or with a mixing medium to yeild decent colour pay off,
the wear time all depends on the shade and factors such as primer or if you applied wet or dry.
I must make it clear that Mac do state that these are softly tinted shades
and are intended to be subtle washes of colour not full on pigmented eye shadows!
Applied dry with a primer I roughly achieve around five hours of wear before they crease
but wet and again with a primer it is around the seven hour mark.

Part one is the darker shades from the collective,
I have gave each shade individual notes and tried to keep it as condensed as possible.

Twilight Falls
Officially described as a "cool brown with bronze veining" this is some what accurate
but in real life it does lean slightly mauve, pretty none the less and should work well with green eyes. 
Once swirled the shades combine to form a light cool bronze with a slight purple undertone.
This has tiny flecks of silver glitter but is not as gritty as past shades and the most pigmented out of the trio.

Cloudy Afternoon
In pan form I found this to look rather un-appealing, too many shades make it appear fussy!
The offical colour story of this is pretty spot on "Cream with gold, grey and pink veining",
when all the shades are swirled together it forms a platinum silver toned grey, really nothing special.
I feel I have seen this shade countless times before, the shadow is fairly soft but it is subject to fall out,
the pigmentation is fair but does require a little building up to reach full it's potential.
This would work best as a highlight shade but as I said it is not a particularly special shade 
so have a route around your make-up bag I bet you have something similar!

"Peach with dirty blue lavender veining " sadly not peach at all but a mix of mid toned blue based pink
with swirls of lavender, admittedly one of the prettier offerings but not shades I would often purchase.
When the two shades combine it forms a light silver toned mauve it is very like Mac Illegal Cargo.
It is a nice enough shade but not a stand out hue for me, this had little fall out, average pigmentation
and a metallic finish that is glitter free.

Each of the above shades are limited edition and currently available from Mac counters and online
for £16.50/2.5g - link