Wednesday, 26 March 2014

MAC's Maleficent Collection 2014

MAC Maleficent Collection for Summer 2014

It's very rare that I will blog about new makeup collections prior to their release, however with the announcement that MAC were teaming up with Disney for their Maleficent 2014 Summer collection I had to know more!

To tie in with the release of Disney's Maleficent MAC will be releasing a 14 item collection inspired by the evil queen herself, and I will honestly say I was surprised by this range (in a good way of course). Following the bright and bold Disney Villains range I was expecting something along the line of those. However, gone are the iconic faces and instead Maleficent's wings decorate many of the range's packaging. The range has a lot of emphasis on neutral shades from their natural beauty powder to neutral eyeshadow quad. Lip wise MAC have opted for a classic red, which I was quite surprised at, due to the fact MAC's Villains collection was predominately purple for Maleficent. 

Included in the range will be: Prep + Prime Highlighter in Bright Forecast, Nail Lacquers in Nocturnelle, Flaming Rose and Uninvited, Eyelashes in 30 and 36, Sculpting Powder in Sculpt, Beauty Powder in Natural, Eyeshadow Quad which includes: Ground Brown, Concrete, Carbon and Goldmine, Lipstick in True Love's Kiss (Amazing name!), Lipglass in Anthurium, Lip Pencil in Kiss Me Quick, Eyeliner in Rapid Black and lastly Eyebrow Pencil in Fling.

There are quite a lot of items within this range that are permanent items such as the four shades in the MAC quad and the Eyebrow Pencil in Fling. 

The Maleficent range I believe is due to be released in June, and I honestly cannot wait for this arrival. Not only am I looking forward to the film, but want to get my hands on a few beauties from this range. Whilst it may not be quite what everyone was expecting I do feel that there are some gems to be had.

Are you looking forward to MAC's Maleficent collection?

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