March 10, 2010

MAC Art Supplies Collection Photos

More great photos from the new MAC Art Supplies Collection coming atcha in April.

Check it!

  • MAC Pro Longwear Lipstain Marker ($16)

A lightweight lip stain featuring the look and delivery of a color marker. With its felt-tip nib, it goes on with precision to deliver a sheer, instantly absorbed flush of color that can last all night. Fills, defines and layers for more color when wanted. No need for lip liner. All limited edition.

  • Full of Flare (yellow coral)
  • Stylesetter (hot pink)
  • A Classic (rose red)
  • Purposefully Red (red coral)
  • Modern Mocha (light brown)
  • Point of View (light neutral)
  • Tomorrow’s Coral (mid-tone blue red)
  • Runway (plum red)
  • Sunset (coral brown)

  • MAC Greasepaint Stick ($17.50)
  • Greengrease (forest green)
  • Zinc Zone (gunmetal)
  • Slick Black (carbon black)
  • Dirty (taupe with pearl)
  • Brown, Now (burgundy)
  • Below Ground (bronze)
  • Uniformly Blue (navy)
  • Charred Mauve (violet)

  • MAC Pearlglide Intense Eyeliner ($14.50)

An eye pencil that provides rich, luxurious color with a touch of shimmer and sparkle. Soft, smooth, creamy formula glides on for a perfectly intense line, yet its soft texture allows you to blend. Long-wearing, smudge-proof.

  • Almost Noir (plum)
  • Designer Purple (violet)
  • Petrol Blue (navy)
  • Undercurrent (teal)
  • Industrial (periwinkle grey)
  • Black Line (black)

Looking good right?

I’m loving the new grease paint shades!



About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment.

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  • Kelsey

    Oooh, I’m really interested in those eyeliners and greasesticks! Ugh, my wallet doesn’t know how much more of this awesomely awesome makeup it can take..

    • the Muse

      not sure haven’t tried yet anita although I hated them the first time around b/c I couldn’t use on my waterline, they aren’t safe πŸ™ but people LOVED them the first time around and really felt they were HG, I never explored fully b/c of the waterline prob πŸ˜›

  • Brandon

    I call first dibs on the green and burgundy GPS’s!!!! I’m glad I haven’t bought any makeup in a while, i wont feel too bad splurging on these xD

  • Robyn

    i needs either the purple eyeliner or greasepaint stick hmm if you were only getting one would you go for eyeliner or greasepaint stick?

    i also have a massive urge to draw on my face like the ones on the promo pic lol

    • the Muse

      greasepaint robyn! all the way! πŸ˜€ LOL me too or on a wall πŸ˜€ the fat chubby sticks seem like they are made for doodling!

      • Robyn

        omg yes i feel i can justify a few greasepaint sticks if i can devise “a project idea” for art course work

        • the Muse

          LOL Robyn get cracking and start making up reasons why you need them πŸ˜€


    hey muse πŸ™‚ I’m kinda new to makeup is a greasepaintstick like a shadestick? πŸ™‚ they look amazing but a bit pricey…. :'[

    • the Muse

      hey linda what’s up doll

      sure is…just a little more emollient and thicker in size, formula is diff but about the same thing as a shadestick πŸ˜€


        Ohhh sounds fantastic I think I will have to buy dirty or greengrease or the brown one πŸ™‚

        thanks for the help