Friday, 6 April 2018

Jeremy Scott x MAC



We have had this in the office for a few weeks now but if you follow us on Instagram/Twitter you will know we have had office moves, house moves all in horrific snow conditions. This wonderful collaboration between MAC and Jeremy Scott has been on my desk, moved in a box and is now back on my desk. Anyway I’m now finally getting around to reviewing it.


 The collection is still currently available although the eye shadow kit is currently unavailable online. We haven’t really felt too inspired by a lot of the recent MAC launches, however this one is right up our street.



Jeremy Scott is an American Fashion designer and currently the creative director at Moschino. His style is pretty out there, using vibrant colours and clashing prints.



The collection is within possibly the coolest packaging. It’s a nod to the 80’s and is housed within a boom box and CD Mix tape. Even the eye shadows are set out as a volume bar.


The eye shadow palette within the boombox contains 29 shades in a vibrant kaleidoscope of matte, satin, lustre and veluxe pearl finish. As far as I can see, every shade is a new one with no re-promotes.



Standard excellent pigment payoff and finish we all know and love from MAC which will allow you to create multiple looks for days when you feel like going all out or even when you just want an accent colour at the lash line for a bit of fun.



This palette is £75.00



The cheek palette is presented on a mix tape and holds a blush, bronze and highlight.



The cheek palete is £35.00.

Check out the collection and also the brushes which are grouped with the collection here.
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2 comments

  1. What a great idea for a collaboration! I love the packaging and the shade selection is wonderful.
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  2. This collection is just so stunning, but they seem so expensive!

    Danielle xx
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