Saturday, 7 February 2015

Mac x Cinderella Collection

Hey girls!

I literally haven't been this excited about a Mac collection since the Hello Kitty collection back in 2009. (Warning: this post is gonna be pretty photo heavy!!) 


Photos from allure.com




Lip Products


From left: Lipstick in Free as a Butterfly (sheer golden nude), Lipstick in Royal Ball (nude-pink),  Lipglass in Glass Slipper (sparkly, champagne-pink), Lipglass in Happily Ever After (cool, shimmery pink).


As you can see, these colours look super wearable. They have such cute names too! I think I will pick up the Lipglass in Glass Slipper and the Lipstick in Free as a Butterfly. 


Eye Products 


From left: Fluidline Gel Liner in Little Black Bow (silvery gray), Fluidline Gel Liner in Macroviolet (shimmery, smoky violet). 

These liners look really cute and I'll probably pick up Little Black Bow but I don't think I'd get much use out of the other one!

From left, powder eyeshadows: Vapour (peach/pink with violet pearl), Phloof! (frosted off-white), Omega (soft muted beige-taupe), Quarry (soft muted plum-brown), Satin Taupe (taupe with silver shimmer), Stroke of Midnight (black sparkly plum).

All of the shadows in this palette are existing lines except Stroke of Midnight. I will probably pick this up as I already use and love some of the shadows in there anyway. The packaging looks so cute as well!

From left: Studio Eye Gloss in Lightly Tauped (sheer, shimmery beige), Studio Eye Gloss in Pearl Varnish (sheer, shimmery white).

I have actually never tried a Mac Eye Gloss before. I think I will give Lightly Tauped a go as I always wear nude eyeshadows and I could easily work it into my existing makeup routine.

Studio Fix Lash in Bold Black

Even though this is just the regular Studio Fix Mascara in cute packaging, let's be honest I will probably buy it.

From left: Pigment in Evil Stepmother (sparkly black-plum), Pigment in Pretty it Up (shimmery olive), Glitter in Reflects Pearl (sparkly white).

The colours of these look lovely but I hate loose eyeshadows so I won't be buying any of these. The glitter would be nice to use on my face for a special occasion or fancy dress but I probably still won't pick it up. I have a Mac Pigment in Naked which is hardly used along with all my Barry M Dazzle Dusts. However, I know a lot of people adore Mac Pigments so they will be very pleased to see these in the collection.


Face Products

From left: Beauty Powder in Mystery Princess (silvery, pink-ish beige), Iridescent Pressed Powder in Coupe D'Chic (shimmery golden peach).

I will most definitely be purchasing both of these, the colours look absolutely gorgeous and I love Mac's formula when it comes to powders.


Brushes

From left: 168 Large Angled Contour (blending brush for blusher and bronzer), 217 Blending (domed fluffy eyeshadow brush).

OMG - why haven't they put Cinderella handles on these?! They would be absolutely to die for if they had cute handles but they are just regular brushes. I probably won't pick them up as I usually buy Real Techniques ones.

Well, I hope you enjoyed looking at the products in the Mac x Cinderella collection. You guys will most likely see full reviews of some of the products once they are released and I get my hands on them!

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