For a brand that created cult favorites like the Shadestick and Greasepaint Sticks one has to question what the hell happened when MAC created their new MAC Shade & Smoke Shadow/Liner Pencils.
This formula ventures so out the norm of stick pencils I’ve tried from them in the past I really had to question whether it was from MAC at all.
This is another example of how MAC has been going downhill with their quality lately…!
I dunno about you but I definitely have a certain affection for pretty powders. But I have grown up a little and my makeup life has matured to a point where I’ll analyze said pretty powder and ask myself a few questions prior to a purchase.
- Do I really need this powder?
- Am I just buying it because it’s pretty?
- Will I actually use it or will it sit in my stash unused merely brought out on special occasions to stare at?
Somethings you have to be a little grown up about these things but sadly, this technique doesn’t always work and I become overwhelmed by cute powders like the new MAC Beth Ditto Powder to the People, polka dots, ahhhhh!
Sometimes it’s tough resisting but in this case, you probably won’t need to dish out $38.
The new MAC Beth Ditto Collection will be launching June 7th on counter and online at maccosmetics.com. Anything you’re wanting from it?
This whimsically polka dotted collection features brand new MAC Shade & Smoke Shadow/Liner as well as essential fan favs like Pro Longwear Lipcremes, Nail Lacquers, and more!
To celebrate the launch here’s a little Q&A with Beth Ditto, some behind the scene photos of her shoot with MAC, and she shares her favorite MAC pick, obvious one right? Can you guess?
Take a look!
The MAC Casual Colour Collection is quite an exciting release from the brand this Summer as it not only brings us a brand new product from MAC, Cheek Colour Pots, but also something we can really make use of as the warmer approaches as hey, who doesn’t love lightweight cream blushes in the Summer?
Cheek Colour Pots most definitely look like the new Korres Cheek Butters I recently featured on Musings but with a far nicer price tag of $20 versus $25. I’m curious if they’ll prove bigger…!
Without further commentary for me, here’s Casual Colour for Summer 2012.