MAC Cosmetics created an amazing collection called Make-Up Art Cosmetics in collaboration with three talented makeup maestros – Diane Kendal, James Kaliardos and Kabuki. Today I will show you three of the many fabulous pieces of this collection which were especially created for fashion weeks.
In collaboration with Diane Kendal MAC created the Enhance Me Casual Colour Lip & Cheek x 6 Palette. As the name already says it you can use these six cream colours not only for the lips but also as blush. The formula is extremely lightweight and feels like you’re wearing nothing at all. The texture is creamy, comfortable and it hydrates the lips and cheeks. When applying you’ll notice it’s super blendable and not sticky or tacky at all. The six shades include from top left to bottom right a light pinky nude, a deep pinky beige, a bright mid tone bluish pink, a bright red orange, a deep scarlet red and a deep reddish brown.
From the collaboration with Kabuki resulted among others the Paints from which I got to try the shade Cracked Emerald. Besides this matte bright green paint Kabuki also created the white pearl shade Holy Holy, the matte indigo blue Win and the bright royal purple with pearl shade Overnight Sensation. This high-performance eye shadow goes on creamy and dries to a powdery finish. The cream colour formula is long-wearing and allows for easy application, blendability and coverage from sheer to full. The result is a smooth, smudge- and crease-free, slightly shiny look. Also from the collaboration with Kabuki stem four stunning Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolours. The shades are Fallen Angel (deep berry), Sweet Thing (neutral pinky-nude), The Modern Age (mid-tone stone grey) and Flamingo Road (purplish magenta). In the image above you can see me wearing Flamingo Road. As with all Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolours that I’ve tried from MAC so far I love that they aren’t as drying as most liquid lipsticks and that the texture is so creamy and hydrating.
Have you already gotten a chance to check out MAC’s Make-Up Art Cosmetics collection?