MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy Collection

Wednesday, April 26th 2017 0

A tropical explosion of colour and flowers

Tomorrow, MAC are going to unveil one of their most colourful and floral collections to date - Juicy Fruity.

If a pina colada was a MAC collection, it would pretty much look like this. From the floral, fruity packaging with glossy black casing to the vivid colours in the collection itself, this is one of my favourite ever MAC collections.

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

Here’s a look at some of the pieces from Fruity Juicy. I’ve only got a few photos so far, but if you check out some of the Instagram pages of the MAC team you’ll find so many more. I love keeping up with my friend @Dominic_MUA in particular because he posts every single picture plus swatches!

You’ll find Juicy Fruity everywhere from tomorrow.

Pearlmatte Face Powder in Oh My, Passion! £24.50 

An iridescent setting powder, sweep all of the shades in this up in one and use over the face to add a dewy, light reflecting finish. This isn’t quite rich enough to use as a stand alone highlighter, but equally it might be a bit much for a full face of powder. Use a soft brush like a fan brush to find the happy medium and gently brush this over finished make-up to give it luminosity.

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

Lipstick in Love at First Bite, £16.50

Other shades: Calm Heat, Shy Girl, Si, Si, Me!

I love the glossy black bullet and flowery packaging of these lipsticks. My shade, Love at First Bite, is a creamy bright fuchsia that gives a summer pop to even the simplest of make-up looks.

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

Cremesheen Glass in Cha-Cha-Cha, £18 

Other shades: Shake, Shake, Shake!, La Salsa and Summer Succulence

The MAC Cremesheen Glass shades are ideal for anyone who likes the texture of a gloss but still likes to see some colour on their lips. My shade, Cha-Cha-Cha, works well to brighten the 90’s brown nudes that are still circulating every beauty hall and give them a modern lift.

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

Love in the Glades Eyeshadow x 6, £25 

Other shades: Fruit a La La, Oh My Banana

Rejoice for a whirlwind of colour. What I love about these palettes is that they’re anything but safe, the anti-christ of the neutral palette movement that has saturated the beauty market in recent years. Despite being a total rainbow in each palette, there are a couple of neutral shades that will enable you to work them into a classic make-up look and frame the eyes.

MAC Cosmetics Fruity Juicy

Also in the collection are the following pieces…

Prep+Prime Fix+ in a Coconut scent, £18 

This is a limited edition scent and I can not tell you how lovely it is. The addition of coconut makes this make-up setting classic really cooling and soothing, plus it smells like holiday in a bottle. This is one of the pieces not to be missed!

Lustre Drops in Bronze Hero and Sun Rush, £18 each 

Lustre Drops, once a staple in the MAC Cosmetics collection, are now something of folklore legend emerging only every so often in a limited collection. Stockpile these and use them sparingly because who knows when they’ll be coming back again.

Bronzing Powders in Refined Golden and Baiana Bronze, £23 each 

MAC Studio Sculpt Bronzing Powders in Delicates and Delphic, £23.50 each 

Brushes in 125, £28, and 126, £34.50 

Make-up bag, £25 

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