Nylon - My favourite highlight shade. Nylon is a frosty, golden white eyshadow. It works well as a highlight for the inner corner and brow bone, paired with either a neutral or smokey eye.
Retrospeck - This is one one of the first MAC eyeshadows I purchased. It's a pale, shimmering gold which looks lovely all over the lid or as a highlight. It's not as pigmented as other MAC eyeshadows but gives a nice wash of colour.
All That Glitters - A cult favourite, All That Glitters is a peachy, neutral shade which looks lovely worn all over the lid, paired with other shades or worn alone. 'Naked Lunch' is a good alternative if you don't like the peachy undertones - I like to alternate between the two.
Woodwinked - This is probably my favourite, most-used eyeshadow. It's a gorgeous, golden shade and has orange undertones, so it really compliments blue eyes. I usually wear it in the crease with either 'All That Glitters' or 'Naked Lunch' on the lid. It's buttery smooth and blends well as it's a veluxe pearl finish.
Contrast - This is one of my newest MAC eyeshadows which I received as a birthday present. It's also the only eyeshadow in my 'Top 5' that isn't a neutral shade. Contrast is a dark, navy blue with grey undertones, which makes a nice alternative to a grey smokey eye.
(Left to Right: Nylon, Retrospeck, All That Glitters, Woodwinked, Contrast)