MAC Launches New Veluxe Pearlfusion Shadow Palettes

I have always loved Asian eyeshadow compacts for their awesome color arrangement and gorgeous shimmer. Could the upcoming Veluxe Pearlfusion Shadow by M·A·C Cosmetics be a dupe?

MAC Veluxe Pearlfusion Eyeshadow Palette for Summer 2013

Housed in a black compact with a clear lid, the Veluxe Pearlfusion Shadow comes in six sets of colors – Pinkluxe, Bleuluxe, Pastelluxe, Greenluxe, Smokeluxe and Brownluxe. Each palette contains five complementary shades that can be used wet for a super saturation of color that glistens with metallic brilliance or dry for sheer coverage with a soft, sparkling finish. Can’t wait to check these out!

Veluxe Pearlfusion Shadow Palettes will be available June 20, 2013 at all M·A·C locations for $40 each.






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2 COMMENTS

  1. I’m an idiot, had no idea this was common in Asian shadow palettes.

    I saw this and immediately thought, Those are like Bobbi Brown’s shadow bricks but with dividers, which was always my issue with them. How do you expect someone to use a line of shadow without getting the one beside it eventually? Oh we’ll, she’s still a respectable woman, and these look fantastic.

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