August 21, 2014

Take a Walk on the Wild Side with MAC Artificially Wild

MAC Artificially Wild

Calling all wild ones! Take a walk on the wild side with the MAC Artificially Wild Makeup Collection for Fall 2014 that pairs up a selection of golden beige browns with soft mauves and greys to make a chic, seductive statement!

MAC Artificially Wild Collection

MAC Artificially Wild Lipstick $15

  • Siss muted golden beige (satin)
  • Yash deep neutral (matte)
  • Icon frosted neutral beige ( frost)
  • Shitake deep brown glaze (glaze)
  • Photo golden brown (satin)

MAC Artificially Wild Lipstick

mac siss lipstick

MAC Artificially Wild Lipglass $15

  • Obviously Bare light cream grey nude
  • De-Nude dirty golden beige
  • Spite muted plum taupe brown
  • Explicit golden bronze with icy silver shimmer

MAC Artificially Wild Lipglass

MAC Artificially Wild Lip Pencil $16

  • Oak soft beige brown
  • Stone muted grey-ish taupe brown
  • Cork muted golden brown


MAC Artificially Wild makeup

MAC Artificially Wild Eyeshadow $16

  • Artificial Earth soft mauve nude (satin)
  • Stony soft grey concrete (satin)
  • Marsh soft dirty olive green (satin)
  • Natural Wilderness dirty mustard golden nude (satin)

mac shadow stonewash

MAC Blush You Eyeshadow

MAC Camonude Eyeshadow

mac taupe blush

MAC Grey Mode eyeshadow

MAC Artificially Wild Cream Colour Base $21

  • Shell soft pink beige with shimmer
  • Breaking Ground light iridescent mauve
  • Au Nature dirty mustard olive

MAC Cream Colour Base Base Shell

MAC Cream Colour Base Mauve Helix

MAC Cream Colour Base Tan

MAC Artificially Wild Blush $22

  • Taupe soft beige brown (matte)
  • Next to Skin soft beige (matte)
  • Pink Cult mid-tone dirty neutral pink (matte)

mac biscuit blush

mac pink cult blush

The MAC Artificially Wild Collection launches September 4th at all MAC counters and online!

Any takers?

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 or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Angel

    Anyone know if that color cream base works well on oily skin? I’ve never tried this product as I fear it will slide off my face. But I’m really intrigued by that Breaking Ground color. But what do I do with it?? Contour cheeks? I dunno, but I love that color.

    I’m also dying to see swatches of the Next to Skin blush. I’m not big on blush. I’ve been hoarding my backups of Strada for years, it’s all I wear (*whispers “my precious”). So this next to nothing color might be right up my alley. Strada would have been a perfect re-promote for this collection. Damn you MAC, bring it back! Why the discontinue a color that sold like hot cakes is beyond me. I’m ready to just throw my money at them but they don’t want it 🙁

    • Isabella Muse

      it’s very emollient, tacky, almost like bobbi brown pot rouge. It should be ok on oily skin! The tackiness allows it to wear long. Yeah, I think a majority of these shades are for contouring! I know 🙁 all the best shades always disappear wtf?!

  • Paola

    omg Muse you made me a very happy lady…this is my kind of collection!! i want all the stone and cork liner and all the lipsticks lol

  • MakeupTray

    I read that one of the blushes is already permanent, is that true? This is a beautiful collection and the blushes are more geared for fair skin I was reading.