The new and limited edition Mineralize Blush Duo ($23) from the latest MAC Too Fabulous Collection combines 2 complementary colors that swirl into an abstract pattern to deliver “sheer colour and a soft, dimensional pearl finish”.
Two Virtues is a cool-based light pink paired with a light violet, which are both really pretty. The pink is identical to that in the Love Rock Mineralize Blush Duo.
Featuring 5 new and limited edition colors and a repromote from the permanent line, the Lip Pencils ($13) from MAC’s Too Fabulous Collection are a great complement to the Cremesheen Glass.
Cremesheen Glass ($18) have always been my favorite lip gloss formula from MAC and I am *so* glad they are made permanent! Unlike MAC’s Tinted Lipglass, the Cremesheen Glass never dry out my lips or leave behind that nasty white ring. Plus the texture is super creamy, totally non-tacky and gives loads of shine. All I can say is L-O-V-E!
Deelight, Just Superb, Richer, Lusher and Loud & Lovely
Lips and cheeks get the pretty young thing treatment… Cremesheen Glass makes a comeback for Spring 2010. Introducing six new très jolie shades and three bring-back essentials, because the world wants more of this creamy, high-flying gloss formula that provides sheer, Just Superb colour with a touch of sex-o-shine!
At the Peter Pilotto A/W 2010 show, Lisa Houghton from MAC used an interesting combo of orange and blue was to give models a “chic, polished” look with “a bit of quirky attitude”.
At the Dsquared² A/W 2010 show, Gordon Espinet from MAC kept created a dramatic, elongated smoky eye with bright red lips. Are we liking this over the dark smoky eyes with nude lips from the Fall 2009 show?