With the upcoming Disney Cinderella movie, M·A·C Cosmetics brings us the MAC Cinderella Collection, a gorgeous selection of neutrals for the eyes, lips and cheeks. Keep an eye out for it at select M·A·C locations starting March 5, 2015 and February 26, 2015 at maccosmetics.com.
Yves Saint Laurent really seems to have gotten everything right this Spring. Besides the Volupte Tint-in-Oil which has already gotten quite some buzz, we now have Couture Variation 10-Color Expert Eye Palette. Inspired by fabrics from YSL’s creative studio in Paris, the limited edition palette comes with two sets of shadows that cover all finishes from matte to metallic, satin to iridescent and in light to dark tones, so you can create infinite looks. The long, sleek couture case also features a dual-ended expert applicator for optimal flexibility and color payoff. And while the palettes don’t come cheap at a hefty $95 price tag, they are a great deal versus the regular Couture palette which retails $60 a pop. Better snatch one up before they are gone (Nordstrom is already out of these!)
New from the NARS Eye-Opening Act Collection for Spring 2015, NARS Velvet Shadow Stick is a cream shadow that claims to deliver unscripted drama with potent matte pigments that define, intensify and shade eyelids for crease-proof wear.
With “a sense of fluidity, clarity and appeasement” in mind, Dior Creative and Image Director Peter Philips created a soft and angelic look to balance the graphic elements in the Dior Spring 2015 Couture collection.
At Atelier Versace Spring 2015 Couture, makeup artist Pat Mcgrath took the classic Versace eye and kicked it up a notch. Eyes were rimmed in shades of black and cobalt blue and winged out with matching overdrawn creases. The end result? A bold yet strikingly beautiful look that popped against the clean skin and peachy nude lips.