Every year MAC join forces with a person or brand and collaborate for a collection. They have teamed with Disney a few times now but this year Cinderella finally gets to go to the ball.
Regardless if you like the collection colours, if you are a Disney fan then you'll love this I'm sure.
The packaging is the classic MAC packaging but in a baby blue opalescent and lilac. The packaging reflects the collection theme however it does make it more appealing to the younger market.
The colours are very safe but they are definitely shades which Cinderella would have worn!
We have five key pieces from the limited edition collection.
The eyeshadow palette is safe but none the less beautiful. Totally wearable, suitable for all and a good mix of light and dark shades for day or evening.
The shades look quite taupe and brown in the palette however they translate much more of a heather tone onto the skin.
There is actually only one new shade in this palette. The shades are Vapour, Phloof, Omega, Quarry and Satin Taupe which are all regular colours from MAC which you can always buy. The only new shade is the darkest shade called Stroke of Midnight. It's a black infused with plum, gold and silver fine sparkle. Unlike some of the MAC shades (Black Tied, I'm looking at you) the glitter in this shade does actually show up on the eye.
A really good combination of colours (Omega and Quarry are two of our favourite colours from MAC) but if you already have most of these shades then you might not want to splash out £38.50 just to get the new darkest shade.
Something a little different though is the Studio Eye Gloss. We have the shade in Lightly Tauped.
A thick, heavy gloss tinted in a taupe infused with tons of super fine glitter sparkles in bright pink, baby blue, gold and green.
On the skin the taupe isn't apparent. It looks like an ultra glossy transparent sheen with highly reflective 3D glitter.
Would look great on a nude lid. Feels really sticky though and your hair will definitely stick to it!
Studio Eye Gloss is £18.50.
The Iridescent Powder creates a delicate pink cheek with golden glitter. Use as a highlighter or dust a little on the apples of the cheeks.
The Iridescent powder in Coipe d' chic is £23.00.
For the lips we have the limited edition lipstick called Royal Ball. It is a nude flesh pink in a lustre finish. It goes nicely with the Lipglass in Happily Ever After. This is a similar nude flesh but has an interesting blue pearl running through it. The blue is really natural and compliments the pink nicely.
The lipstick is £17.00 and the lipglass is £16.00.
The collection comprises some limited edition pigments and reflects glitter also.
The collection is available from 6th March in Harrods and from 13th March at all other MAC locations.