Heirloom Mix – Review of 2014 MAC Holiday Collection

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Amazing New MAC Holiday Eyes

Heirloom Eyes Pressed Pigment Minis

Oh my gosh! These are amazing. I LOVE the pressed pigments in general, but these are not only different and interesting colors, they really seem to have a depth and interesting 3D effect with different colors of pigment and glitter mixed together.  Great for the holidays. I especially loved the dark purple, Victorian Plum, and brownish blue Modern Majesty – which looks like a pressed pigment version of blue brown, that is deeper and more pigmented.

Here are the new mini pressed pigments:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Here is a look using Victorian Plum on the lid, Damsen in the crease, blacktrack fluidline, and the NEW matte lipstick Fashion Revival and Prolongwear Lipliner Bespoken For, with the Rihanna 2 Viva Glam Lipglass – All 3 amazing lip colors.

Victorian Plum

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The lip colors are Fashion Revival, Bespoken For, and Rihanna 2 Viva Glam Lipglass

Heirloom Mix Keepsake Eye Bag

These eye bags are glittery and beautiful! They are also only $39.50, which is a great deal! I already love the In Extreme Dimension mascara, but the bag, the beautiful plum eye shadows and Permaplum eyeliner are great!

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Here is a look using these eye shadows on the lid, Quarry in the crease, Shadowy Lady in the outer crease, and the Permaplum liner from the collection under the lower lashes.

Holiday Eye Bag

Review of MAC Osbourne Collection – Eyeshadow

Sharon Osborne Eyes

Last week in MAC stores, the Osbourne Collection launched, with a Sharon Osbourne and a Kelly Osbourne line.  Both are Ah-mazing! I, unfortunately, was not in time to get all the Kelly lipsticks, which I desperately wanted.  But I did get both eyeshadow palettes! This post is about the Sharon Osbourne eyeshadow quad.

Sharon Osbourne: Duchess Eyeshadow Palette

The colors in this palette are:

Sweet Eyes – A light golden nude (upper left of the palette)
Sexy Eyes – A soft warm bronze (upper right of the palette) I think it’s a great rose gold!!
Femme Fatale – Golden brown (lower left of the palette)
Embark – Dark reddish brown (lower right of the palette) A MAC standard color

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On this day, I put Sweet Eyes on the lid, on the inner corner of the eye, and on the highlight. I used Sexy Eyes on the lid on the outer corners of each lid, taking it from about 3/4 of the way out to meet the crease. Then, I used Femme Fatale in the upper part of the crease and under the bottom lashes. Last, I used Embark on the outer part of the crease.

 

 

I love the colors in this palette.  I think they work great together, and can be used totally on their own if you don’t want to grab anything else that day or add any other colors. Can be used for a great rosy-gold spring eye, or can be darkened up a bit when fall and winter roll around, or for a smoky eye at night.  This is a great versatile palette that will look great on everyone!!  Great job MAC and Sharon! LOVE. It. You can get the palette online here.

Review of Maleficent Collection by MAC

Maleficent EyesLast week the Maleficent Collection by MAC came out in stores on Thursday. Here’s a look I did with the eyeshadow 4 pack, with Goldmine, Ground Brown, Concrete, and Carbon in it. I used the Prolongwear eyeshadow Carefree in the highlight.

 

Maleficent EyeThe collection has a great pro sculpting powder, a highlight powder/beauty powder, lipglass, lipstick, nail polish, eye liner, brown liner, lashes, and a prep and prime highlighter. They made the collection using products they used to do makeup for the actual movie, which is AWESOME!!

 

 

This eyeshadow 4 pack is amazing. I love all the colors and have owned them all separately before, but such a great quad to own. They are great in a collection together!!

You should check it out ASAP!!