MAC Spring Colour 2 Forecast Collection Reviews and Swatches

February 11, 2010

MAC Spring Colour 2 Forecast is a gorgeous collection of corals and peaches that is perfect for spring.

Lipstick ($14)

From left to right:
* Fresh Salmon is a golden orange/pink color.
* Colour Me Coral is a pretty coral color with a frosty finish.
* Victorian is very similar to Colour Me Coral, except with more pink undertones.
* Rose Maiden is the darkest out of the four. The color is a pink-based berry with a frosty finish.

Lipglass ($14)

From left to right:
* Kumquat is a sheer tangerine color.
* Cha Cha is golden pink color with tiny gold glitter.
* Ember Glow is a creamy orange color.

Eyeshadow ($14.50)
These are all nicely pigmented and go very well with one another.

From left to right:
* Nanogold is a repromote from N Collection. The color is a shimmery light white gold with a pink sheen.
* Straw Harvest is a shimmery pale orange with gold undertones.
* Perky is a light salmon pink.
* Hot Hot Hot is a warmer mid-tone coral.

Crush Metal Pigment: Stacked 2! ($32.50) – This stack contains a pale gold, light beige, light coppery gold and a light olive. Again, the colors are beautiful and the texture is on the chunky side. I will only recommend getting it if you do not own similar colors.

Blush Ombre in Ripe Peach ($25) – This is my favorite blush out of the whole Spring Colour Forecast Collection! It is a gorgeous light orange that turns into a coral and the colors remind me of a beautiful sunset. On my NC30 skin, this creates a really pretty peachy glow. I am definitely going to be reaching for this a lot.

Reviews and swatches on MAC Spring Colour 1 Forecast Collection.


  • Reply Julie February 12, 2010 at 6:38 am

    Colour Me Coral and Victorian lipstick is really pretty =]

  • Reply Ashley February 14, 2010 at 4:24 pm

    I just got the lipstick in Victorian and the blushes and I love them. Phyllis are all the products limited edition?

  • Reply Phyllis February 14, 2010 at 4:49 pm


    Most of them are limited edition. Please refer to this for more details:

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