Monday, April 6, 2015

Birthday Post Series: MAC Is Beauty

Its finally starting to feel like Spring! To be honest, its been warm here weather-wise for quite awhile, but I always feel like the passing of Easter is the official kick-off of this wonderfully floral, soft, and welcomed season.  And of course, MAC has created a collection to compliment this season perfectly.

MAC is Beauty features warm peaches, sophisticated pastels, and a variety of feminine pinks.  I love that the collection also has a bit of a retro beauty shop feel.  We all love that winged eyeliner this era inspired, right?

The eye shadow in "Yogurt" is a very feminine, pale pink.  This matte color can applied lightly and used to soften a more bold shade, or applied alone for a very classic look. Think Blair Waldorf at the first blooms of Spring.

"To dye for" is a peachy neutral nail lacquer with warm tones and a very smooth, creamy finish.  This color goes with everything and will have any lady looking effortlessly put together.

Ready for that eyeliner?  The "Midnight Snack" fluidline is a smooth deep metal gray color.  Perfect for those who love a darker, classic liner but feel black is a bit too harsh for their look.

"Call the Hairdresser" has taken its place as my favorite shade of MAC lipsticks.  With a little bit of shimmer, this rosy color is the perfect blend of "my lip color but better" neutral and ladylike pink.  A neutral with a touch of "wow,"  this color can be worn for a variety of looks - from just the basics to the full on girls night out.

Looking for a little more shine with your lip color?  No worries here. "One the Scene" Cremesheen Glass is the perfect compliment to "Call the Hairdresser."  It even looks great worn alone giving a  peachy, refined yet down-to-earth look.

MAC is Beauty is now available at your local MAC counter, boutique, and online at

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