MAC Antonio Lopez is a new collection that features quite possibly my favorite MAC packaging yet!
This collection includes three eye palettes, three lip palettes, two eyeshadow palettes, a blush brush and a mirror. All of them include gorgeous artwork from the fashion illustrator himself. The tops are smooth, glossy and just so beautiful.
These really remind me of the 80’s and the famous Duran Duran Rio artwork, which I love. And what’s inside ain’t too shabby either!
Face palettes in Coral and Pink ($46.00)
Face in Coral
Smooth Harmony, Star!, Passion For Colour
The Face palettes are two layered featuring a blush and highlighter on the top layer and then if you slide it over to the right, it reveals a Beauty Powder.
Smooth Harmony Beauty Powder is a medium golden bronze.
Star! Iridescent Powder is a golden peach with pink and yellow pearl.
Passion For Colour Powder Blush is a medium coral with a satin finish.
Face in Pink
Peaceful, Belightful, Pure Femininity
Peaceful Beauty Powder is a very light peach.
Belightful Iridescent Powder is a pale bronze with gold shimmer.
Pure Femininity Powder Blush is a medium cool-toned pink satin.
Lips in Nude ($27.50)
Lips in Nude
Vivid Image, Antonio’s Girls, Art Directed
Vivid Image is a pale light pink (amplified).
Antonio’s Girls is a light peach (satin).
Art Directed is a sheer champagne gloss (glaze).
Eyes Creative Copper ($43.50)
Eyes Creative Copper
Easy Gesture, Artistic License, Dear Cupcake, Creative Copper, Golden Touch, Carbonized (over primer)
Easy Gesture is a pale beige/pink (frost).
Artistic License is a pink gold (veluxe pearl).
Dear Cupcake is a medium coral/pink (satin).
Creative Copper is a sparkly warm gold (lustre).
Golden Touch is a pale taupe with gold (veluxe pearl).
Carbonized is a warm brown (veluxe pearl).
Overall: Obviously I think the packaging is really pretty and awesome. I also really liked pretty much everything else here in terms of color combos and payoff. The Face palettes are nice but I think the Coral one was a bit better with color intensity. The Lips in Nude is nice but I rarely use these kinds of lip palettes (I prefer a tube of gloss or lipstick). The Face palette in Creative Copper has some really nice soft shades and they all play together rather nicely.
What do you think about this collection? Is there anything here you want specifically for the packaging rather than what’s inside?
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